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After graduating from college I worked as a Digital Mapping Technician with a budget that plans for my $776 in SSDI to end.

Tabatha W.
Keene, NH

Tax Credits and Deductions


Federal Tax Credits

State Property Tax Relief



What to bring on tax day ...
Click here for a list of important documents to bring with you.


Taking advantage of tax credits and deductions you qualify for is one of several ways to make the most of your earnings. A variety of tax credits and deductions exist that often go unclaimed.

You can find lots of information and all forms regarding Tax Credits at the IRS site.  Click Here.

Living and Working with Disabilities (IRS Publication 3966, Rev. 9-2013) presents basic information about existing tax credits and benefits that may be available to qualifying taxpayers with disabilities, parents of children with disabilities, and businesses or other entities wishing to accommodate persons with disabilities.  Click Here to see what is available.


IRS YouTube Channel:  Videos for Taxpayers with Disabilities!

The IRS's YouTube Channel is filled with helpful videos which provide information about tax products and other IRS services offered to people with disabilities, including this short two-minute video with helpful advice on Choosing a Tax Preparer. (http://www.youtube.com/irsvideosasl).



IRS Newsletter: 

The IRS newsletter Outreach Corner has the most up-to-date information about key income tax topics including:  new tax law legislation, IRS events and other activities that affect you.

Are you a low to moderate income tax payer and owe the Federal Government under $50,000?  If so, do you need an advocate?  Click here to learn about the Low Income Tax Payer Project, where volunteer advocates may be able to assist you.