United Way of Central Jersey continues free VITA tax preparation using online platform


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United Way of Central Jersey continues its free VITA tax preparation using a new online platform for households and individuals with an income of $65,000 and less.


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This platform requires patrons to give consent, and to upload their documents to a secured portal site with United Way.

Taxpayers can expect a 7-10 day turnaround.


Taxpayers/patrons from all VITA host locations can have their returns prepared remotely: Alexander F. Jankowski Community Center, Anshe EmethCarteret Public LibraryEdison Township Library (Main)Elijah’s Promise,  Highland Park Senior CenterJamesburg Public LibraryJewish Renaissance FoundationMiddlesex County CollegeNorth Brunswick LibraryPerth Amboy LibraryPiscataway Senior CenterPuerto Rican Action BoardThe New Brunswick Public LibraryThe South Amboy LibrarySayreville Senior CenterSilverlineUnited Way of Central JerseyWestergard Library.


This free program is open to all, regardless of county or state.


For more information, visit or call United Way of Central Jersey at 732-247-3730 and leave a voicemail for a callback, or send an email to for any issues scheduling an appointment.

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