How do you use the AARP tax assistance locator?


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You can use the AARP tax assistance locator through the months of late January through April of each year, explains AARP. At that time you are able to visit the page and find tax assistance centers near you.

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The organization formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons has a tax assistance center located on its official website. AARP members can utilize many of the available services, including volunteering to work with the taxpayer assistance program. The website shows you a list of tax paperwork you need when you decide to use the taxpayer assistance program. If you are using the tax locator after April, you can still submit questions via a link located on the tax locator page. You may also contact the IRS for additional assistance and information, explains AARP.

Other programs and services offered by the AARP include estate planning, information on how you can go back to work when you are over the age of 50, learning about housing solutions, and finding information about any low-income benefits that may be available for you to take advantage of, says AARP. You can also take advantage of legal services offered to AARP members, including employment benefits and employment discrimination.

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