Northeast Iowa Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (NEIVITA)

Welcome to the Northeast Iowa VITA (NEIVITA) tax website
Deadline to submit your tax information to Northeast Iowa Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (NEIVITA) is Friday, April 9.
We hope you are doing well.  As you know, both the AARP Tax-Aide sites (Cresco, Decorah, and Postville) as well as the Waukon VITA site had to close suddenly last March due to Covid-19.  This was done to ensure the safety of both clients and volunteers.  It appears that we will be facing the same challenge again this year.  A number of changes have been made to allow us to continue to provide this valuable service to the community. 
This year income tax preparation will be done virtually.  The AARP sites have transitioned to VITA for 2020 and all four sites will be working together to provide you with the same services you received when we meet with you onsite, but the volunteers will be preparing your returns remotely. 
To make a tax appointment, call 563-277-7246.

  • You have several options for getting the documents you need to complete prior to submitting your tax documents.  You can:

    • Click on the location that you traditionally have used for tax preparation OR
    • Click on the location nearest you OR
    • Click on Spanish – to get your forms in Spanish

To obtain the forms needed please visit the following VITA Form Pages

  • Read the VITA Intake letter to learn more about our 2021 procedures.
  • Form 13614-C

    • If you can use the fillable 13614-C form, complete all four pages.  Save the file and print it
    • If you do not use the fillable form, print form 13614-C and complete all four pages. 
  • Form 14446 – Print and  SIGN Form 14446 in the Part 3 section.  Your spouse must also sign it if filing a married and joint return.
  • Read Publications 4836, 4053 and 4454 online.  You do not need to print these publications

Email or call our Tax hotline at 563/277-7246  if you have any questions as you complete your forms.
To use “Where’s my refund” for either the IRS or your state refund, you need to know some or all of  the following

  •     1st Taxpayer’s SSN (Whichever taxpayer is listed first on the return)
  •     Filing status (single, joint, head of household)
  •     1st Taxpayer’s Date of Birth
  •     Exact amount of refund

We’ve listed some of the most commonly requested “Where’s my refund” sites:

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