Free Tax Preparation

The John Boner Neighborhood Centers is part of Indy Free Tax Prep, Central Indiana’s Network for Free Tax Preparation.  As part of the IRS’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, we offer free tax preparation and other services to eligible residents.

What happens at the tax site? You will see a greeter, a tax preparer and quality reviewer.

Do you qualify?

If you made $66,000 or less last year, you may qualify to have your taxes prepared for free. Free tax preparation service is not available if, last year, you owned or sold rental property; sold a business; had more than $25,000 in business expenses; or bought/sold stocks, bonds, or mutual funds.

Tax Site Details

Location: Note the tax site is at a new location within the Center this year. Line up single file along the building at door 6 off of Beville Ave. Please do not block the doors, street or parking lot.

Door 6 on N. Beville Ave.
John Boner Neighborhood Centers
2236 E. 10th St., Indianapolis, IN 46201
Google Maps Link 


Please see the map to identify parking options. Do not park in the Burger King parking lot as they may tow you.

Tax Site Phone: (317) 808-2393
Unstaffed, automated phone line with tax site information. Messages are periodically checked.





Opening Day: Saturday, Feb. 1,  9 am – 2 pm

Monday & Tuesday

10 am – 6 pm

Current year taxes, DIY taxes, Walk-Ins only (no appointments)


10 am – 8 pm

Current year taxes, DIY taxes, Walk-Ins only (no appointments)






  9 am – 2 pm

Current year taxes, DIY taxes with assistance available, Walk-Ins only (no appointments)



Last Day: Wednesday, April 15, 10 am – 8 pm

**Our ability to assist you is based on volunteer capacity. Priority goes to seniors aged 85 and up.**

Do It Yourself Taxes

DIY taxpayers have two options this season, TaxSlayer FSA and MyFreeTaxes. With both you can file your federal and state tax returns free of charge. You should be comfortable using a computer and have an email account.


TaxSlayer FSA



No Income Limit!

No Income Limit!

Type of Returns

Can handle more complex returns

Simple Returns Only (no Sch C, D or E)


You must start your return at JBNC with our URL (but can finish at home)

Can start your return anywhere


Must come to JBNC to access for the first time

Bank Accounts

Want direct deposit but don’t have an account? Subject to availability and eligibility, our financial institution partners can open an account for you on site.

Save to Win

Save Your Refund is here! 100 Prizes. $100 each. Sponsored by AARP Foundation, SaveYourRefund gives you big incentives to save part of your tax refund using IRS form 8888. Go to to enter.

Other Services

The tax site offers guest speakers, access to other health and legal services, credit reports, financial workshops and more.

What to bring?

o Valid (unexpired), government-issued picture ID
o Social security cards or ITIN cards for all persons on return
o W2 forms for all employment for previous year
o Interest and dividend statements
o Form 1095-A if you purchased health insurance through
o All 1099 forms received, including 1099 SSA from the Social Security Administration and unemployment statements
o Education expense receipts and 1098 form
o Child care receipts, along with provider’s address and social security number/employer identification number
o Real estate property tax receipts
o Landlord name and address
o Bank routing number and account number for direct deposit
o Copy of last year’s tax return (if available)

Want to save time?

Download and fill out the federal and state intake forms prior to your arrival:
Intake/Interview & Quality Review Sheet
State Intake Form
Consents to Use/Disclose
Title VI Disclaimer