Unfortunately, the United Way and AARP Foundation Tax Aide program has been canceled in this geographical area as the rate of the virus remains high enough that AARP Foundation Tax-Aide national headquarters is not comfortable reopening sites in Olmsted and Dodge Counties.
We regret not being able to serve you this year. The following are options for you.
- You could wait until next year. MN Property and Renters tax refund form for 2019 can be filed as late as August 15, 2021. Also, IRS form 1040 and MN Form M1 can be filed within 3 years of the normal due date without penalty as long as there is no tax owing.
- You could seek a paid preparer if you need to file your tax return and cannot wait. If you think you might owe taxes, a return or extension should be filed by July 15, 2020.
- If you are interested in self-filing, you could check out online filing options on the internet site by doing an internet search for AARP FOUNDATION TAX AIDE ONLINE Tax Assistance or have a friend or family member who is comfortable online help you.
We are so sorry that we could not help you this year. We are planning to reopen for the 2020 tax year and look forward to seeing you then.
Low- and moderate-income households have two free tax filing options!
Thousands of low-income households access this necessary service for free, improving access to tax credits and bringing dollars back into our community in the form of tax refunds.
A partnership between United Way of Olmsted County and The AARP Foundation provide free tax preparation services for taxpayers in Olmsted and Dodge Counties (participating sites listed below).