Detroit Public Schools parents can get taxes done for free

Parents who make less than $57K can file through Parent Resource Centers

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DETROIT - Beginning this week, Detroit Public Schools parents who made less than $57,000 last year can file their Federal and State taxes online for free using a special service provided by United Way for Southeastern Michigan and the Wal-Mart Foundation.

Parents must bring the following:

  • W2s, 1099s, and other tax forms.
  • Social Security or Individual Tax Information Numbers (ITIN) for everyone in home.
  • Bank routing and account numbers (for direct deposit)
  • Childcare provider name, address and Tax ID
  • Name, address and phone number of landlord (for renter's credit)

The Centers are located at:

  • Bennett. 2111 Mullane, Detroit, MI 48209, 313.216.5865

  • Marcus Garvey, 2301 Van Dyke, Detroit, MI 48214, 313.245.3934

  • Osborn, 11600 E. 7 Mile, Detroit, MI 48205, 313.245.3356

  • Drew Transition Center, 9600 Wyoming, Detroit, MI 48206, 313.852.6995

  • Ludington, 19501 Berg, Detroit, MI 48219, 313.494.7674

  • Cody High School, 18445 Cathedral, Detroit, MI 48228, 313.866.9497

  • Priest, 7840 Wagner, Detroit, MI 48210, 313.216.5675

  • Detroit International Academy (DIA), 9026 Woodward Avenue

  • Detroit, MI 48202, 313.873.3578


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