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Westminster Tax Clinic

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A community member looking to get free tax preparation through VITA services.

A community member looking to get help from the Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITC).



VITA Services Through the Westminster Tax Clinic

The IRS-certified volunteers in Westminster’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offer free tax preparation, electronic filing, and financial advocacy and stability services to:

    • low- to moderate-income individuals and families
    • persons with disabilities
    • the elderly
    • members of military services
    • veterans
    • members of Native American tribes
    • limited English proficiency taxpayers

VITA Services

Prepare and Submit Tax Returns

    • Federal and multi-state tax returns
    • Applications to the Department of Workforce Services for food stamps, medical, and childcare
    • Applications to Salt Lake County Treasurer’s Office for property tax abatements and tax delinquencies
    • Applications to Utah Community Action for housing, heat, and weatherization
    • Applications to Salt Lake City Corporation for the handyman grant, home rehab loan program, and home buyer program (services for SLC residents only)

Coordinate Appointments with Financial Assistance Organizations

    • The AAA Fair Credit Foundation for Individual Development Accounts set-up and education, Debt Management, Debt Settlement, Financial Coaching, and Credit and Budget Counseling
    • The Community Development Corporation of Utah for foreclosure prevention services, the Home Repair Program, the HomeFit Mortgage Program, the Down Payment Assistance Program, and more (to be eligible for CDCU programs you must first complete a class)


At this time, the Westminster Tax Clinic does not anticipate allowing any walk-ins, given the current COVID-19 situation. However, this may change, so please contact the clinic directly if you have any questions at 801.210.8291.

The Tax Clinic can no longer accommodate drop-off packets on the Westminster campus. Do not visit the campus for your tax needs. The SLCO Government Center, SLCC West Valley Center, and Summit County Park City locations are the only sites where you can get help with your taxes during this tax season.

SLCO Government Center

This location is open for appointments and virtual meetings beginning January 23, 2023

Salt Lake County Government Center
2001 South State Street—North Building
Salt Lake City, Utah 84190

Monday–Thursday: 4:30–9:30 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

The clinic remains open until the last client is served.

SLCC West Valley Center

This location is open for appointments beginning January 26, 2023.

Salt Lake Community College
3460 South 5600 West
West Valley City, Utah 84128

Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. 

The clinic remains open until the last client is served.

Summit County Park City Center

This location is open for appointments beginning January 24, 2023.

Summit County Library
1885 West Ute Boulevard
Park City, Utah 84098

Tuesday: 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

The clinic remains open until the last client is served.

Appointment Checklist

  • Download and print your IRS intake form. To protect your privacy, do not email forms that include your personal information, especially your social security number, to anyone.
  • Schedule an appointment during business hours.
    • All government-issued photo IDs and SSN/ITIN cards/letters for all family members you are claiming on your tax return.
    • All W2's, 1099's, and any other income-related documents
    • Previous years' tax returns if available
    • Form 1095-A if you or anyone on your return had Marketplace insurance at any point during the tax year
    • Childcare expenses paid and provider's tax I.D., name, and address
    • Form 1098 showing proof of mortgage interest and property taxes
    • Charitable donations (cash and in-kind)
    • Out-of-pocket medical expenses
    • Casualty and theft loses
    • Form 1098-T showing college expenses
    • Record of expenses paid for tuition, fees, and books
    • Bank account and routing numbers to have your refund directly deposited into your bank account
  • Arrive at your appointment on time with all your documents. 

Financial Assistance Resources

Promote the Clinic

Partner organization can print the Tax Clinic flyer to promote it to community members. 

LITC Services Through the Westminster Tax Clinic

Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITC) are independent from the IRS and the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS). LITCs help ensure fairness and integrity in the tax system for taxpayers who are low-income or speak English as a second Language (ESL).

LITC Services

Services are offered for free or for a small fee.

    • Represent taxpayers in audits, appeals, and tax collection disputes before the IRS and in court.
    • Help taxpayers respond to IRS notices and correct account problems.
    • Provide information about taxpayer rights and responsibilities in different languages for individuals who speak English as a second language.
    • Identify and advocate for issues that impact low-income and ESL taxpayers.


  • Jovana Sisovic

    Jovana Sisovic

    • Full-Time Staff and ADJ
    • Director, Tax Clinic

    M.A.C.C. Westminster University
    B.S. Westminster University
    A.A. Feather River College

    Phone: 801.832.2635


    Office Location: Gore School of Business 119

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