Your health and well-being are our top priority. We're keeping an eye on changing state and federal policies to help Maine women and girls through this crisis. We work closely with CA$H Maine and want to be sure people have access to this relevant, timely information.


  • Tax Day has been moved from April 15 to July 15. All taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file for refunds and credits and make payments without interest or penalties.

  • Tax filers with simple federal and Maine returns and household incomes of $56,000 or less can call CA$H Maine at (207) 788-7954 to get a link to the CA$H Maine tax filing program and contact information for a tax preparer to answer questions. The taxpayer enters their own information.

  • Tax filers who file their taxes with CA$H Maine either in person or online also receive guidance about savings, classes, and other resources from a financial guide. Use CA$H Maine’s Money Guide for information to help you Set Up Your BudgetReduce Your Debt, and Build Your Savings.

  • All CA$H Maine tax sites have suspended in-person services until further notice. Many CA$H Maine tax sites will be reopening for tax preparation when able to.


You can use the IRS " Get My Payment " application to:

  • Check payment status;

  • Confirm payment type: direct deposit or check; and

  • Enter bank account information for direct deposit if the IRS doesn't have your direct deposit information and hasn't sent your payment yet.


Important Update. Self-employed workers and independent contractors will be able to apply for federally funded unemployment benefits starting on May 1. To learn more about COVID-19 related unemployment benefits and/or to apply for them, visit the State of Maine Department of Labor's Pandemic Unemployment Assistance page.

Please share the information in this email with other women throughout the state so they can benefit from these important resources and tools.

Let's take good care of ourselves.