The Community Tax Law Project (CTLP) provides free legal help to Virginia’s low wage families and individuals experiencing economic harm because of a tax problem. Our services directly strengthen the financial stability of working families and ensure that all Virginians receive fair and equal treatment in tax disputes.
“It brought comfort to know someone profes-sional was on my side. The natural feeling connected with the IRS is FEAR. You put my mind and heart at ease.”
The Community Tax Law Project is seeking applications for the position of executive director to succeed its current executive director, Elaine Javonovich, who announced her upcoming retirement after 13 years in that position.
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson has released her 2016 Annual Report to Congress. In the three volume report, released on January 10, 2017, Olson examined the IRS “Future State” plan and made recommendations for a more taxpayer-centric approach.
The following generous law and accounting firms have signed on to support CTLP’s work.
HUNTON & WILLIAMS
DIXON HUGHES GOODMAN
CTLP has long recognized that the backbone of our program to protect the rights of Virginia’s low- and moderate-income taxpayers is the strong and continuous support we receive from the tax professionals – attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents – who comprise our Pro Bono Panel. Their generosity enables us to provide assistance to approximately 1,000 taxpayers annually. The following tax professionals, advisers, law student interns, and administrative volunteers who have assisted CTLP clients during the past year are representative of the commitment and generosity shared by all of CTLP’s volunteers.
The LITC Program Report provides an overview and history of the LITC program, describes the work of clinics nationwide on behalf of low income taxpayers, and explains how this work helps to ensure the fairness and integrity of the tax system. Read about CTLP on page 5 in the history section of the report.