AARP, United Way of Gloucester County Offering Tax Filing Assistance for Low-Income Residents and Seniors

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Tax season is almost here, so the AARP and the United Way want to lend a helping hand to low-income residents and seniors with filing their taxes.

Beginning in early February, AARP volunteers will provide free assistance to taxpayers filing their annual federal and state income tax returns at seven locations throughout Gloucester County.

As a result of grants secured by the United Way of Gloucester County and the AARP Foundation Tax-Aid Program, each site will offer free online filing to reduce processing time and accelerate payment of refunds.

Local residents with low household incomes and senior citizens are invited to schedule tax assistance appointments at the tax assistance sites.

All sites have varying schedules and appointments are required.

For more information or to find a tax assistance location visit the United Way for Gloucester County's website.


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