Virtual Tax & Unemployment Insurance Benefits Talk
Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2022
Time: 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
FREE Online Meeting
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The Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) has gone VIRTUAL! And they are not only helping with federal income tax issues, but they are also assisting with unemployment insurance benefits! The Law Library is proud to partner with the Legal Aid Society of San Diego to provide a Tax and Unemployment Insurance Benefits Talk. The practitioners at LITC will discuss tax issues like IRS wage garnishments, bank levies, audits, EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) denials, negotiated settlements, AND provide assistance and information on applying for unemployment insurance benefits with the Employment Development Department, assistance with benefit denials, and discuss how to appeal to California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (CUIAB).
And, the best thing about this clinic is that you can get your questions answered without having to make the trip Downtown and pay for parking!
The Low Income Taxpayer Clinic is using Microsoft Teams to host their virtual clinic, BUT do not fear, you don’t have to have a Microsoft Teams account.
Just follow the directions below to attend the clinic Wednesday between the hours of 12:30 pm and 3:00 pm. People will be seen on a first-come/first-served basis.
How to access the virtual clinic by video:
- From your computer: you do need a web browser to open the link. Examples of web browsers are: Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Safari
- From your tablet or cell phone: You do need to download the Microsoft Teams app from your devices App Store
How to call into the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic using a phone (audio only):
- Dial 619-614-6321
- At the prompt enter Phone Conference ID number 900 180 989#
And, if you can’t make the clinic, we still have resources for you! Check out our Tax Law Research Guide and our Tax-COVID-19 Legal Issues Page for more tax information! Or contact us by phone or email if you have questions about the clinic or more tax resources we have at the law library.