Bar News - February 17, 2012
Low-Income Taxpayer Project Gives You Opportunity to Help Those in Need
If youíre an attorney who practices in tax law and youíre looking for an opportunity to do great pro bono work, donít miss the chance to get involved with the Low-Income Taxpayer Project of the NH Bar Association Pro Bono Referral Program.
Dedicated to serving low- to moderate-income taxpayers who need assistance with tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service, the program is funded by a Low-Income Taxpayer grant provided by the US Internal Revenue Service and by grants from your local United Way organizations.
Common issues involving the Low-Income Taxpayer Project include:
Innocent Spouse ReliefThe Project office screens all potential clients for eligibility and, since the Project is part of the NH Pro Bono Referral Program, volunteers will benefit from case summaries, malpractice insurance, annual training sessions, a lending library on tax law, and Pro Bono staff support.
Injured Spouse Relief
Earned-Income Tax Credit
Levies and Liens
If youíre interseted in volunteering, contact email@example.com.