To keep everyone as safe as possible, the AARP Tax Aide preparers will work from home this year. The volunteer tax preparers will schedule 15 minute appointments to scan clients’ information starting Feb. 17. A second appointment will be needed for clients to review and sign their return.
For information about changes to the tax program this year, pick up a Tax Aide tax preparation packet at Gloucester Library, Main Street Center, or Mathews Memorial Library. Packets will be available starting Feb. 1. Clients will need one packet for each return.
AARP Tax Aide is administered through AARP Foundation in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service. Free tax preparation is provided for low- and moderate-income individuals with special attention to those aged 60 and older.
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