Last year, the United Way's free income tax filing service was for households that had an annual salary of $50,000 or less.
This year, that salary cap is increasing to $51,000 but that's not the only change.
They say change is inevitable.
And that's the case with some parts of this year's United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.
Last year, the program was held in the former Jerry's Scoreboard building.
This year, it is returning to Sikes Senter Mall.
And for folks who want to take advantage of this free service from the comfort of their own home, coordinators say that will now be available.
"You can go on-line. Prepare your own taxes and file them electronically. There's a great software system set up to prompt you as you prepare your return. You go to myfreetaxes.com/texoma," says Devah Scholl, coordinator for the United Way VITA Program.
As in the past, United Way officials say volunteers will still prepare tax returns including nearly a dozen members with the National Civilian Community Corps.
"We have nine members coming in this year. They'll be here this weekend. They'll arrive to Texas this weekend and we'll start training right away... getting them ready to go. We have an orientation and plenty of activities scheduled for them," Scholl says.
The United Way's VITA Program kicks off Friday, January 25th at Sikes Senter Mall.
Then, the free tax preparing service will start at 9 a.m. the next day.
Although walk-ins will be accepted once the program starts coordinators say it's best to call 211 weekdays between 9 a.m and 4 p.m. to schedule an appointment.