If you earned $60,000 or less in 2014, you're eligible to prepare and e-file both your federal and state returns at no cost. Use the approved e-file software providers in this link to get started. Once you're on the company's Web site, review the information to ensure it meets your needs.
Starting January 2015, if your income is below $60,000, you can visit one of the New York FSA sites to e-file your federal and state returns for free. Staff will be on hand to answer questions and help guide you through the filing process as needed.
This portal is a fast, easy and secure way for working families and individuals who made $58,000 or less in 2014 to file their federal and state taxes online for free--and it will ensure they get their refunds quickly.
Search by address, zip code or county to find a Tax-Aide location near you.
New legislation requires all New York State homeowners currently receiving a Basic STAR exemption to register with the NYS Tax Department in order to receive the exemption in 2014 and subsequent years.
Provides low-income New Yorkers access to high-quality legal information and free legal assistance throughout New York.
New York's Open Data Portal, bringing together local, state and federal data in one place. Search the site's datasets by location or subject, or explore featured datasets and the full catalogue.
The New York Times covers the Presidential, Senate, House, and individual state results for the 2012 election.
Maps and charts from the Washington Post showing Presidential, Senate, House, and Governor election results from 2012