Free Tax Help Starts at Frankfort Neighborhood Center

Tax assistance is available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursdays beginning February 21 and continuing through April 11 at the Frankfort Neighborhood Center, 259 S Third Street in Frankfort.

The AARP Tax Aide program offers free assistance for low to moderate income and elderly taxpayers.  Most returns are e-filed.  All volunteers assisting with taxes must pass a test to be certified preparers.  Appointment are not needed at the Neighborhood Center.

Tax assistance continues in Harmony Hall at Wesley Manor each Wednesday through April 10 by appointment. Call 656-2111 to schedule an appointment between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Wesley Manor.  Wesley Manor is located at 1555 N Main Street in Frankfort. Taxpayers should use the Health Care Pavilion Entrance on the Northeast part of the building.

Taxpayers should bring a picture ID, social security card or information verifying the social security number for each person on their tax return.  Also, bring wage earnings (W-2’s), interest statements from banks, pension statements, last year’s tax returns, property tax statement, record of rent paid, and any other information on expenses and income.  Information to verify Health Insurance coverage should also be brought.  Those who purchased health insurance through the Marketplace must bring their form 1095A.

  1 comment for “Free Tax Help Starts at Frankfort Neighborhood Center

  1. Gary Wharry
    February 13, 2019 at 10:53 pm

    what is low to moderate Income ? and what age is the elderly ??

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