More than $10 million in tax refunds for local residents have been processed through United Way of Williamson County’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program since the program’s inception in 2010.
IRS-certified VITA volunteers have filed 6,700 returns for low-to-moderate income wage-earners since United Way of Williamson County expanded the program more than seven years ago.
We know that many individuals and families struggle to make ends meet every month. Increased cost of living, stagnant wages and heavy debt loads can make it difficult for many Williamson County residents quit the cycle of economic insecurity and work to achieve long-term financial stability. And we want to offer help to those that are ready to make a change for the better.
We are excited to announce that our financial stability coalition is now offering workshops to help hard-working families take the next step towards financial stability and independence.