Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) is a free service sponsored by the Taxpayer Advocate Service. The purpose of this clinic two fold. We educate and serve members of the community about their tax rights and responsibilities as well as advocates for low-income taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in audits, appeals, collection issues, and tax revenue cases that are in controversy or un-filed tax returns.
The LITC staff has over a decade of tax preparation experienced and are represented by an enrolled agent authorized to represent clients in front of the IRS. We can work with those who do not live close to the clinic. We have clinics open twice a month in Washington County and Salt Lake County. We can also work with you by phone, fax, email or through the mail. This service is ongoing throughout the year and open to the entire community.
We are open Monday -Thursday 9am-3pm and Fridays from 9am-12pm. Later appointments are available upon request. We are available for group classes and seminars on topics such as Taxes for newcomers, protecting yourself from identity theft, filing taxes as an international student, small business tax tips, and selecting reputable tax practitioners. Call us to schedule an appointment to come to your group or to find out where we will be teaching!
Although Centro Hispano LITC receives funding from the IRS, the clinic, its employees, and volunteers are not affiliated with the IRS.”
A taxpayer’s decision to utilize services from an LITC will not affect the taxpayer’s rights before the IRS.
Under no circumstances will the Internal Revenue Service tolerate discriminatory treatment of taxpayers by its employees, or individuals who volunteer or work at Low-Income Tax Clinics (LITC), Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) sites. No taxpayer shall be subject to discrimination based on sex in educational programs or activities, or race, color, national origin, reprisal, disability or age in programs or activities supported by the Department of the Treasury – Internal Revenue Service. Taxpayers with a disability may require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate or receive the benefits of a program or activity supported by the Department of the Treasury – Internal Revenue Service. Our employees, and LITC, VITA, and TCE Site Coordinators and Managers, are responsible for ensuring that requests for reasonable accommodation are granted when the request is made by a qualified individual with a disability. If a qualified individual with a disability does not receive a reasonable accommodation upon request, or if an individual believes that he or she has been discriminated on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, reprisal or age, he or she may file a written complaint with an employee, a Site Coordinator or Manager, or the Department of the Treasury – Internal Revenue Service. All written complaints should be sent to: