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January 3, 2013

AARP tax help nears

Services to begin February 1 and last through April 15

Athens — The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) will begin hosting free tax assistance beginning Feb. 1. The free tax service will be available through April 15, 2013.

The service is free and the person does not have to be elderly or a member AARP. Married couples must both be available at the tax site unless one person is incapacitated.

All taxpayers should bring:

Photo IDs for all taxpayers.

A copy of any return for 2011.

All tax-related income documents for 2012 such as: W-2s 1099s. SSA-1999s.

Social Security cards for all taxpayers and all dependents.

Date of birth for all dependents and taxpayers.

Detail for any itemized deductions.

Assistance will  be available at the following locations:

Seven Points – Mondays 8am till noon. The Library at Cedar Creek Lake, 410 E. Cedar Creek Pkwy.

Malakoff – Wednesdays 8am till noon. Senior Citizens Center, 503 N. Terry Street.

Athens — Fridays 8:30 am till 12:30 pm, TVCC Liberal Arts Building, Lakeside Drive.

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