Financial Stability

Dallas Tax Preparation

Community Tax Centers Now Open!

The Dallas Community Tax Centers provide free tax preparation for low-income families and individuals.

2016 Locations:

Habitat for Humanity (2800 N. Hampton Rd, 75212)

North Dallas Shared Ministries (2875 Merrell Rd Dallas, 75229)

St. Luke “Community” UMC (5710 E. RL Thornton Blvd., 75223)

Concord Church Dallas (6808 Pastor Bailey Dr., 75237)

White Rock Church of Christ (2615 Hibiscus, 75228)

Catholic Charities (9451 LBJ Freeway, 75243)

University of North Texas at Dallas (7300 University Hill Blvd., 75241)



Contact the Dallas Community Tax Centers:


Phone: 1-844-DTC-1040


We prepare taxes for free for individuals and families who make $53,000 or less annually.


What to Bring

Download this easy checklist to make sure you bring everything
you need to have your taxes prepared at one of our Community Tax Centers.


Frequently Asked Questions

Question about taxes you filed with us?

Email or call 1-844-DTC-1040.
We will return your phone call as soon as possible.


Where’s my refund?

If you haven’t received your refund yet, go to and use their “Where’s my refund?” tool on the right hand side of the page.
You’ll need your tax return handy.


Where can I get a copy of my tax return transcript or tax account transcript?

Click here for an easy-to-use guide on tax transcripts.


Are you experiencing issues with the IRS?

The Taxpayer Advocacy Panel (TAP) may be able to help. TAP is a Federal Advisory Committee made up of volunteers. Based on feedback from the public, TAP members are dedicated to helping taxpayers improve IRS customer service and responsiveness to taxpayer needs.

Click here for more information or call 1-888-912-1227.


Do you only prepare taxes in Dallas?

No. For information about our free tax preparation in the Austin area, click here. For Tarrant County click here. For all other parts of the country click here.


Interested in volunteering at the Community Tax Centers?

Click here for more information on volunteering.



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