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CSUN Launches Clinics to Help Veterans with their Taxes in Collaboration with Citi Community Development   

  California State University, Northridge (CSUN) announced today the launch of new free tax preparation clinics for veterans in Los Angeles, an innovative effort in collaboration with Citi Community Development and the Los Angeles Veterans Administration. Read more about CSUN's income tax preparation assistance program.


Sen. Bob Hertzberg speaking at podium.Senator Hertzberg and Citi Community Development Help CSUN Expand Tax Assistance Program

Joined by community members on Feb. 21, 2017 Sen. Bob Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys) announced a new partnership with California State University, Northridge’s income tax preparation assistance program during a press conference at Morningside Elementary School, one of three new clinic locations in the City of San Fernando. Read more about CSUN's income tax preparation assistance program.


Student assists client with taxes.CSUN Students Provide Free Tax Preparation Assistance for Low-Income People

California State University, Northridge (CSUN) launches the 2019 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic, offering free assistance with state and federal tax preparation to low-income individuals and families, including non-English speakers, people with disabilities and veterans, from Jan. 28 through April 15 at CSUN and satellite locations throughout the San Fernando Valley. Read more about CSUN's income tax preparation assistance program.

Harvey and Harriet BooksteinHarvey and Harriet Bookstein Donate to Support the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

A $5 million gift from accounting industry leader Harvey Bookstein and his wife, Harriet — both California State University, Northridge alumni and lifelong supporters of the university — has pushed CSUN over the top in a two-year campaign to raise $25 million for its college of business. Read more about the Bookstein gift.


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