Current Events

Upcoming 2021 Tax Season

(Based on status of COVID-19)

You will need to set up your ZOOM account.  Click on the following link:

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Citizens or Resident Aliens

Picture Identifications (ex. Driver’s License)

Selfie holding your Picture Identification

Social Security Card

completed Intake/Interview form

completed TaxPayer Consent form

ITIN Card or letter (if applicable)



If applicable




Other Income documents

Other Expense documents

Day care expense

Other documents


Last year’s tax return (if available)


Bank Account number

Routing number


Are you able to complete your own tax return?

· You must NOT have already submitted your tax return for the current tax year.

· Can someone else claim you as a dependent?

· If you are a college student, and your parent or someone else can claim you, do NOT claim yourself.




H&R Block has removed the income cap for MyFreeTaxes. It's now free to anyone  with a simple return





Beyond Careers Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program has benefitted from the generosity of the Comerica Charitable Foundation with a $10,000 contribution in October 2021.  We thank @ComericaBank for their partnership with Beyond Careers to help our communities!



Beyond Careers receives $6,000 competitive matching grant

Beyond Careers receives a competitive matching grant for a total of $6,000 submitted by Hancock Whitney and Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB) 

Hancock Whitney and Beyond Careers representatives

(left to right:)  

Hancock Whitney representatives:  Randall Rojas, Antonio Mojica, Brandon Perry and LaCarsha Babers.             

Beyond Careers representatives:  Barbara Davis, Alexander Obregon and Joan Wills.



Beginning in the 2021 tax season, East Early College High School and Beyond Careers Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) have formed a partnership to establish a VITA Club at the school.  VITA is under the Internal Revenue Service-Stakeholder Partnerships, Education and Communication department.  Students will take training to become IRS-Certified volunteers.  They will gain tax skills and community service hours while being on a team to help taxpayers receive free tax preparation services.


Students will be able to add this milestone of their resume, job, school, scholarship and grant applications.  Their instructor will also be able to provide extra credit on their grade.

Community Partner





Beyond Careers 8th Annual Education Symposium

at Westbury High School

Thursday, November 7, 2019


Theme:  Environmental/Conservation




Westbury High School

Brays Oaks Management District

Westbury Civic Club, Inc./Westbury Area Improvement Corp.

Bayou Preservation Association

Keep Houston Beautiful

Trees for Houston





Silver Sponsor

Community Partner

Community Sponsor

7th Annual Education Symposium

Beyond Careers Symposium attendees November 10, 2018

Cadet Ronald Arce,

AFJROTC Westbury High School



Panelist Ali Enes Cek, Houston CPA Society Student Auxiliary, Vice-President

6th Annual Education Symposium






5th Annual Education Symposium

Westbury JROTC, HCC Trustee, Dr. Carolyn Evans-Shabazz and Barbara Davis at Beyond Careers 5th Annual Education Symposium

Partner Innovation Recognition Certificate


IRS-SPEC/VITA/TCE Program recognized the University of Houston-Downtown and Beyond Careers for Remarkable Relationships.  The certificate was signed by the National Director of SPEC for "support, dedication and commitment to building strong communities through the Volunteer Return Preparation Program."




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