Providing access

to justice for Virginia's

low-income taxpayers since 1992

30th Anniversary CLE

On November 15th, CTLP celebrated our 30th Anniversary by hosting a continuing legal education (CLE) event on domestic violence and financial abuse as they relate to tax law.  Attendees heard from three panels of experts ranging from attorneys to domestic violence case workers, including a primer on trauma informed advocacy.  


Overall, the CLE was a resounding success with many attendees mentioning how much they enjoyed the talks.  CTLP gives a very special "THANK YOU" to those who attended and our esteemed panelists who took time out of their busy schedules to speak on these important topics.  

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IRS sending letters to over 9 million potentially eligible families who did not claim stimulus payments, EITC, CTC and other benefits; Free File to stay open until Nov. 17

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