Free Service Helps Taxpayers Access Earned Income Tax Credit - Saturday, February 4, 2012

KeyBank is once again offering its free Super Refund Saturday tax preparation service on February 4, in partnership with the City of Dayton and the Dayton EITC Coalition.  The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Montgomery County Job Center, 1111 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd, Dayton.

Super Refund Saturday includes free one-on-one confidential help in filing personal income tax returns and helps qualifying individuals and families obtain the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), an income-preserving measure for low- and moderate-income workers.

“Filing an income tax return can be challenging  and intimidating,” said Ed Reilly, president of KeyBank’s Southwest Ohio District, pointing out that the IRS estimated the average taxpayer spent 23 hours on last year’s tax return, more for businesses and those owning rental property. “Super Refund Saturday is KeyBank’s way to help taxpayers file their returns for free and qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit, rather than leaving this money on the table. It’s part of KeyBank’s commitment to local communities.”

KeyBank is offering Super Refund Saturday services for the seventh year, in partnership with community non-profits, to ensure these activities are convenient and accessible. In addition to Dayton, Super Refund Saturday takes place in 15 other cities across the U.S. where KeyBank has a presence.  

The EITC was originally enacted in 1975 and has been enhanced several times, most recently through the 2010 Tax Relief and Job Creation Act. Getting the EITC does not reduce any other government

assistance, but people must file an income tax return to get it, even if they don’t earn enough to pay taxes. The IRS calculates the EITC by comparing the number of qualifying children a taxpayer has to “earned income” – earnings from work and some disability payments. Qualifying children must be under 18 (24 for dependent college students, regardless of age; or if disabled) and must be related by blood, marriage or official decree such as adoption. Children must live with the taxpayer claiming the EITC, within the U.S., for at least half the year.

To qualify, earned income must be less than:

The maximum Earned Income Tax Credit correlates with the above parameters:

To take advantage of Super Refund Saturday, income tax return filers should bring these documents:

“We look forward to Super Refund Saturday every year because we know it creates savings for local residents,” said Reilly. “This community has so many hard-working families, and we are proud to help them.”

To take advantage of KeyBank’s Super Refund Saturday, phone 937-913-2000 to make an appointment. 

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