The Internal Revenue Service’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Program Office has issued its second annual program report on how LITCs help thousands of low-income taxpayers across the country with pro bono representation, education and advocacy services.

The LITCs provide free or low-cost assistance to low income taxpayers who have a tax dispute with the IRS, such as an audit or collection matter, and conduct education and outreach to taxpayers who speak English as a second language. The LITCs also advocate for low-income taxpayers and highlight the need to change administrative practices and procedures that cause their clients economic hardship.

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