2024 Filing Season Roundup

This presentation will focus on tax filing season basics including a discussion of filing status, dependents, common credits, wage income versus self-employment, resources for tax preparation, and tips for identifying a reputable tax preparer.

February 22, 2024
10:00 am

Zoom Webinar

For more information, please contact:

Southwest Virginia Legal Aid Society
Director of Development
phone: 276.783.8300, ext. 2011

About Our Presenters

Bios are provided by the participating speakers below:

Nancy Rossner
Executive Director

Nancy has been an attorney with The Community Tax Law Project for over ten years and assumed the role of Executive Director in January 2023.  She zealously advocates for and represents low-income taxpayers in disputes with the Internal Revenue Service and the Virginia Department of Taxation at all levels of controversy including audits, collections, innocent spouse relief, and U.S. Tax Court. Nancy is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia and before the United States Tax Court. Nancy is the current Chair of the American Bar Association Pro Bono and Tax Clinics Committee. She previously served as a Vice-Chair of the committee from 2020-2022.  Nancy is also a member of the Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association, the Virginia Bar Association, and the Virginia State Bar’s Access to Justice Pro Bono Coordinating Consortium.

Kimberly Griffin
Staff Attorney

Kimberly Griffin is a public interest attorney who joined The Community Tax Law Project in February, 2023, and represents Virginia’s low-income taxpayers with their tax controversies at the state and federal level.  A North Carolina native, Kim is a graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law.  She lived in Roanoke, Virginia for many years before moving to Richmond, and she has embraced and revels in the vast natural beauty of the Commonwealth and its people.  Kim’s prior work includes assisting low-income farmers and landowners with legal issues arising from their property ownership at the Land Loss Prevention Project in Durham, NC.