Income tax preparation assistance provided for low-moderate income households

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The Kenosha County VITA Coalition is working in partnership with the United Way of Kenosha County, Carthage College, the Kenosha County Job Center, Gateway Technical College and other community organizations to provide the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program, which provides basic income tax preparation services for low-moderate income households who earn $51,000 or under. IRS-certified volunteers are ready to assist tax payers to complete VITA is offered throughout Kenosha County. The main location is at the Kenosha County Job Center, Saturday mornings, 8 a.m. to noon and Tuesday evenings, 5 to 9 p.m. through April 8. This is first come, first served basis during the month of February with appointments available in March by calling United Way of Kenosha County at 262-960-9178. Other locations include the ELCA Outreach Center, Salem Community Library and Twin Lakes Community Library. Appointments for these locations can be made by calling the United Way of Kenosha County at 262-960-9178. New this year, households earning less than $58,000 annually can visit www.kenoshaunitedway.org/VITA and prepare and file their own taxes independently For more information about the Kenosha County VITA program or to find required information to bring to the site, please visit www.kenoshaunitedway.org/VITA. This program is brought to you by the Kenosha County VITA Coalition.

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