AARP Foundation offers local assistance with taxes
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD – The AARP Foundation is offering local assistance with filing 2018 taxes.
The AARP Tax-Aide program began in Marshfield in 2005 and is funded by the AARP Foundation and the IRS.
Through the program, income tax returns are prepared with software and the majority is e-filed, including: federal, Wisconsin, and Homestead Credit. Volunteer tax preparers are certified in tax law by the IRS.
Tax assistance is available for low and moderate income, and the elderly. There is no income limitation but certain restrictions apply.
In past years, returns have been prepared at the Marshfield Area United Way. This year, assistance will take place in the Drendel Room at the 2nd Street Community Center, 211 E. Second St., Marshfield.
Appointments may be made for mid-February to mid-April 2019, Monday afternoons and Wednesday mornings, by calling the United Way at 1-877-947-2211, after Jan. 2.