The Benefit Bank offers free counselor assistance in many states. Get help with voter registration, income tax filing, completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form and applications for many public benefits like food assistance and medical assistance.
To find a location offering free counselor assistance with The Benefit Bank online service, enter an address, select the services you are interested in and the distance you are willing to travel. Locate The Benefit Bank site nearest you!
A fast, easy way to see if households are likely to qualify for benefits and tax credits available through The Benefit Bank. QuickCheck has been updated for the Affordable Care Act to provide an assessment of the household’s most likely health coverage options, which include Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and the new Advanced Premium Tax Credit.
After selecting a state, QuickCheck asks a series of brief questions to assess potential eligibility. QuickCheck then uses a star-based system to communicate the results – the more stars displayed, the more likely the household is eligible for that particular benefit or credit.
Regardless of the QuickCheck result, it is best to visit a TBB site where a trained counselor can provide assistance with The Benefit Bank’s full eligibility assessment process. Get Started with QuickCheck!
In addition to filing taxes and assistance with the Free Application for Federal and Student Aid (FAFSA), in certain states you can also apply for benefits such as food assistance and medical insurance, get help lowering your prescription drug costs, and qualify for many other benefits. Some residents can also access veterans services.
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The Benefit Bank Secure Login
Counselors and Administrators can manage client accounts, check e-file status, as well as check the status of benefits applications.
Counselor and Administrator login is here.