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Tax Preparation

We are open for tax preparation all summer! 

It may be warm out now, but it’s not too late to get money BACK on what you paid in heat costs last year. NMCAA can help you file the Michigan Home Heating Credit Claim on your taxes!  

This low-moderate income credit is available to SO MANY Michigan residents: 

  • People WITH or WITHOUT tax filing requirements 
  • Residents with earned income OR unearned, fixed income (SSI, SSA, SSDI) 
  • It’s available to homeowners AND renters  
  • Renters with heat included in rent costs may qualify 
  • People with heat costs included in subsidizing or service-fee housing 
  • And it’s also available to those with deliverable heat sources like wood, pellets, or propane!  

We’re also available to file up to 4 years’ worth of back taxes for FREE. Homeowners and renters alike may also qualify for the Homestead Property Tax Credit on their state taxes -which can be worth up to $1,500 for some households.  

Check out our options below for getting started with us.

1. THE USUAL WAY 
To receive your required intake paperwork the usual way, you can download it yourself by clicking the link below!

2021 Tax Packet

2021 Tax Intake Form

You can also call our office to request a packet be sent. 

 
2. SKIP THE PAPERWORK, UPLOAD YOUR DOCUMENTS AND WE DO THE REST! 
Go to getyourrefund.org/NMCAA to upload your documents directly to our tax preparers. Through this platform you can receive step by step updates on where your tax return is at in the process!

3. OR DO IT ALL YOURSELF
An easy, fast, self-facilitated program backed by H&R Block, the IRS, and the United Way, https://myfreetaxes.com/ offers FREE file for simple returns and low-fee file for self-employed returns!

Questions? Contact us!

(800) 632-7334 #3taxes@nmcaa.net

This page last updated on 5/25/2022.

Become a Tax Volunteer for the 2023 season!

If you are interested in volunteering to help hard-working, low income families claim the tax refunds and credits they've earned.  Contact Meg Havenga at (231) 346-2188.

The tax season runs from the end of January through the end of April with flexible hours. 

Be a part of the movement for free tax preparation in 2022.  Your success is our success!

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