Form SE-6, SEP IRM 51.23(c) — Wage and Tax Statement or SEP 1099-INT, IRS Form 1099-INT), and can receive wages by mail and have the form reviewed by the IRS. This program is offered, free of charge, for U.S. residents living in Amarillo, Fort Worth, and Austin for tax years ending October 31, 2017. This public service may be offered by or. (See link to sample form) The City of Arlington has launched a pilot program to help low-income individuals and families pay state and local housing tax. As part of the City's Vision Zero commitment to eliminating traffic fatalities, the City has established a pilot program to help ensure that taxpayers are not left out of the City's housing tax program. The City is offering a special low-income tax ID to qualified homeowners in residential rental units located in the City. This program is open to low-wage job holders that are working or pursuing career training and is an effort to address residents' needs by helping meet the state affordable housing requirements. Qualifying residents must present an applicant's income and a current photo identification, such as a driver's license or passport. The City of Arlington is offering qualified low-income residents free copies of their tax returns. The City of Arlington will provide free copies of tax returns for a maximum of 1,000 low-income individuals and families. Eligibility: Must be a resident of the City and working or pursuing career training. Household income up to 12,000 per year. Free copies of all tax returns are available for a maximum of 1000 beneficiaries per year The City of Arlington is accepting applications for an income-based rental assistance program that provides low-income families with reduced rents. The Housing Opportunity for Low Income (HOLE) program provides discounted rent payments for qualified households during the course of a year. Eligibility: The household must have an annual gross income in excess of 12,000 and a household gross income cannot change from year to year.