Guide to VITA Site Development in Native Communities
With funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, First Nations is conducting research on successful Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites serving reservation communities, and we have published a practitioner’s guide and are providing assistance with VITA site implementation. VITA sites are critical to helping Native communities because they provide a safe alternative to high-fee tax preparation and predatory lending. Research is also being conducted to help policy makers looking to legally limit the impact of predatory lenders.
Access the Tax Time Savings for Native Communities: Ten Best Practices for Effective Native VITA Programs practitioner’s guide here.
Note: Many of our publications were produced with the support of grant funding that requires us to collect basic information for reporting purposes. This requires users to create an account to download many publications in the Knowledge Center.