LASO’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic provides low income taxpayers free federal income tax help.
| No Legal Fees:
LITC never charges a fee for our services.
You may have to pay court costs and filing fees.
Legal Aid's low income taxpayer clinic may be able to help you!
- Is the IRS holding your tax refund?
- Are you getting letters from the IRS?
- Is the IRS making you pay ALL the back taxes owed by both you and your spouse?
- Is your tax return being audited (examined) by the IRS?
- Have you not filed one or more tax returns?
- Has the IRS denied you the right to take a credit or deduction?
- Do you have a case in Tax Court, or do you want to take a case to Tax Court?
- Do you owe the IRS a debt that you are having trouble paying, or cannot pay?
What We Do
How We Help
- Liens and Levies
Do you have an IRS notice that a lien will be filed on your property or for a levy against your property? Offset your social security benefits or garnish your wages?
- Negotiations / Settlements of Tax Debt
Help getting a payment agreement, making a settlement offer or asking for a Taxpayer Assistance Order.
- Employee/Independent Contractor Disputes
If you owe self-employment taxes, we can help you ask the IRS to change your employment status.
- File Appeals
We can help you file an appeal of the IRS Collection or Audit decision.
- Other types of tax problems?
Call to see if you qualify for help.
Who We Help
LASO LITC serves low income taxpayers who have problems or disputes with the IRS, including those for whom English is a second language.
We can handle tax cases if the yearly amount in dispute is $50,000 or less.
Other Things We Do
- Speak to groups, like social services agencies about tax issues
- Distribute pamphlets about taxpayer rights and responsibilities
- Work with volunteers and law students who provide tax help to clients
Do you need help?
Or someone you know?
Call us! 1-888-534-5243
More info about Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma at our website http://www.legalaidok.org
Not the IRS:
LASO’s LITC is not the IRS.
What you tell us is confidential and protected by the attorney-client privilege.
Even if you don’t qualify for help, the information you give us is confidential .