CASH Advisor Information
Notch is one of our longest-serving volunteers with 16 years of service under his belt. Notch has a seemingly quiet demeanor but that’s what makes our clients trust him. They know his face, and they can feel his patience. Read more on our sit-down with Notch and how volunteering with CASH has changed his life in more ways than one.
We Need You!
Are you interested in gaining new skills, giving back to your community, or connecting with new people? Volunteering with CASH allows you to confidently provide tax prep support or you can put other skills to work including administrative, customer service, and more. Visit our volunteer page to sign up and learn more!
Here’s the Latest In IRS News
Here is the link for information on how to file your taxes using IRS Free File https://www.irs.gov/filing/free-file-do-your-federal-taxes-for-free
For information on the new stimulus payments, please go to https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments
If you filed a return with CASH that had unemployment, we will be reaching out to you about amending your return as soon as we have more information from the IRS.
All of our programs are free and delivered through our team of highly-trained volunteers. Income eligibility requirements apply, so please check each program to see if you qualify.
Creating Assets Savings and Hope (CASH)
As a pioneer and national leader in the effort to provide financial services to low-income families, we help people in our community focus on planning for the future by offering free, high-quality tax prep that makes tax filing easy to do and understand. We also provide year round financial advice and access to education and other resources that fulfill basic needs to help people plan for their future.
Before CASH, more than a dozen organizations acted independently to produce approximately 1,000 tax returns in the Greater Rochester area. In 2002, the United Way of Greater Rochester brought these organizations together and CASH (Creating Assets, Savings, and Hope) was created. Since June 2007, CASH has been led by the Empire Justice Center.
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“The Department of Social Services told me I owed $42,000 when I sold my home. After getting help from CASH, we decreased the amount to $20,000. The volunteers at CASH were a huge help.”
—Laurie, mother and homeowner
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