AARP Foundation Tax-Aide provides in-person and virtual tax preparation services to anyone, free of charge, with a special focus on taxpayers who are over 50 and have low-to-moderate income. If you need it, help is available.
The IRS announced that Tax Season will open a little late this year, and Kansas Tax-Aide sites will begin opening after February 12, 2021. Are you ready? AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is. Their IRS-certified volunteers provide tax preparation help to anyone — and it’s completely free. You don’t have to be an AARP member.
Safety and peace of mind are top priorities. This year AARP Foundation Tax-Aide has several low-contact and contactless options. These include:
• Low-Contact: Taxpayers interact with IRS-certified Tax-Aide volunteers in one or two short,
in-person meetings to exchange documents.
• Contact-Free: Taxpayers interact with Tax-Aide’s IRS-certified tax counselors online or by
phone and exchange documents electronically.
• Self-preparation: Tax-Aide provides taxpayers with free access to software so they can prepare
their own taxes. Taxpayers can also request help from an IRS-certified counselor to coach
them through the process.
This year you can get help with your tax prep free of charge, in a format that works for you. Visit aarp.org/taxaide for more details.
Learn about our services, make an appointment and know what to bring to your appointment.
Are you looking for a way that YOU can help people in YOUR community? After you complete the application, someone will be in touch with you. Please note that due to COVID-19, there may be some limits in the acceptance of volunteers.
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