The Marne Tax Center will open 5 February 2021

Due to COVID it will be by Appointment ONLY.

NO WALK-IN SERVICES

The Fort Stewart Tax Center will open its doors on 5 February 2021 to provide free tax assistance to active duty Soldiers, retirees and their families.   

The Hunter Army Airfield will open its doors on 4 February 2021 to provide free tax assistance to active duty Soldiers, retirees and their families.

In 2019, the Tax Centers assisted over 3,000 clients with nearly $4 million in refunds, saving about $1.2 million in preparation fees.

NO WALK-INS 

Due to COVID-19, we are unable to have walk-in services. To make an appointment for either one-on-one tax preparation, or, to drop off your taxes for us to prepare them for you, please call:

Fort Stewart – 912-767-1513

Hunter Army Airfield – 912-315-3675

In order to maximize both the experience and the amount of returns, prospective clients are strongly encouraged to review the list of documents and tasks below to make sure they come to the Tax Center prepared.

1LT Cassidy Fitzgerald is the Tax Center’s Officer-in-Charge this year.  She can be reached at cassidy.t.fitzgerald.mil@mail.mil for any inquiries about tax center operations and volunteering opportunities.

 

Be Prepared!

In order to maximize both the experience and the amount of returns, prospective clients are strongly encouraged to review the list of documents and tasks below to make sure they come to the tax center prepared:

What to bring to file your taxes:

  • Social Security Card for self & all family members you're claiming on your return

  • 1095 (Proof of medical Insurance Coverage)

  • W2/1099misc/1099SSA

  • Mortgage Interest Statement (1098)

  • Power of Attorney (if necessary)

  • Prior year tax return

  • Proof of dependent care expenses

  • Interest Income Statement (e.g. 1099INT)

  • Identity Theft PIN

  • Dividened Income Statement (e.g. 1099DIV)

  • 1099B (for stocks/bonds)

  • Statements reflecting Capital Gains/Loss

  • Photo ID

  • Student Loan Interest Statments

  • Divorce Decree (if applicable)

  • Proof of educational expenses

  • HUD 1 Statement (if home purchased during the tax year)

  • IRA/TSP Contribution Statements

  • Educator Expenses

  • Account & Routing Numbers for Direct Deposit/Debit (Cancelled Check)