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United Way of Pasco seeks volunteers for tax preparation outreach

United Way of Pasco County is recruiting volunteers to provide free tax preparation for residents.

There are several different volunteer roles to choose from; no experience is necessary. Volunteers receive full, comprehensive IRS training and become certified to prepare simple returns. Other volunteer roles include greeters, site volunteer schedulers, and technology/computer set-up assistance at the various sites.

The time commitment is minimal, but the satisfaction and personal reward is great. In 2013, volunteers filed more than 7,700 returns bringing more than $8 million in refunds to Pasco residents. The average income of the taxpayers was just $24,694, which means that tax credits and the free tax return preparation service make a meaningful impact in these households. To learn more, please or call (727) 835-2023.

United Way of Pasco seeks volunteers for tax preparation outreach 11/05/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 10:11am]
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