Map: Free tax preparation service

UPDATED for 2019: Check out the map of Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) offices in San Antonio to see where you can get free help preparing your taxes.

More than twenty VITA sites opened in San Antonio and the Hill Country on Feb.4 2019. Individuals and households who earned up to $55,000 in total income last year are eligible for free income tax preparation and electronic filing through April 15. 

Type your location into the search field of this mobile-friendly map to find the VITA location nearest to you and see the hours and services offered. 

View Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) 2019 in a full screen map

Tax help is provided in three ways:

Virtual VITA: Drop-off your receipts and other documentation. You will get a phone call telling you when to come back to the site and sign.

Express: A line for those who have only a very simple return (1 or 2 W-2s, etc.).

My Free Taxes: Computers are available at this site for you to use to prepare your own taxes. VITA certified volunteers will be available to assist you in preparing your return.

What do I need to bring with me on my visit with VITA?

  • Valid photo identification
  • Social Security Card(s) or Individual Tax Identification Number(s) for all family members
  • All W-2 Forms
  • Copy of prior year tax return (if applicable)
  • 1099 Forms (if applicable)
  • If filing jointly, spouse must be present to review/sign completed return
  • Copy of prior year tax return (if applicable)
  • 1099 Forms (if applicable)

VITA sites experience peak customer volume throughout February and again in April near the tax deadline. All filers should arrive early and allow plenty of time when visiting a VITA site for tax preparation.

Call 2-1-1 for free assistance in English or Spanish.