Clackamas, Ore -- From Feb. 1 through April 17, AARP Foundation will use its Tax-Aide program in order to give free tax assistance and preparation.
This program has served over 50 million low to moderate-income taxpayers with the help of 35,000 volunteers. You do not need to have an AARP membership to participate in this program. There is also no fee or age requirement.
The work of the 1,180 AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Volunteers in Oregon brings substantial funds to our state," said AARP Oregon Tax-Aide Volunteer Coordinator Bob Bruce. Last year, more than 72,000 Oregonians that filed taxes brought back over $52 million in refunds thanks to Tax-Aide.
To find a Tax-Aide site near you and for more information, click here.
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