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Form one line at Old Children's Door.  The Door opens at 10am    
Form one line at "Old Children's Door."  Line frequently starts forming half hour before door opens.  People in line receive a number when Door opens and are served in number order.  The Door opens at 10am on Saturdays.  On Saturdays approximately 40 – 50 people will be helped on a first come, first served basis, depending on the number of AAS volunteers present.  For tax assistance, bring driver’s license or state ID; Social Security numbers for yourself (and spouse and dependents if applicable); and income statements or forms such as W-2s, pension, Social Security, child support, unemployment, and miscellaneous Income.  To claim deductions or credits bring all supporting documents.  To have refunds deposited in your bank account, bring institution’s name, routing number, and your account number.  This free tax preparation is available to individuals who received $25,000 or less and families that received $50,000 or less in income for the tax year.  Old Children’s Room.  Adults


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