AARP Tax-AIDE Officially Begins

February 7, 2024 – The AARP Tax-AIDE program officially saw their first clients of the 2023 tax season this week. This volunteer powered service is available to anyone regardless of age or residence. Volunteers from as far as Greenville traveled to the Sulphur Springs Public Library to help people file their Federal Income Tax.

They are not the only ones drawn to the Celebration City, clients are known to drive from as far as Paris, TX to get their paperwork in order.

The Covid pandemic forced several NE Texas Tax-AIDE centers to close. The Sulphur Springs location kept going through it all.

Library Director Hope Cain welcomes Tax-AIDE to the library each year. “It’s a good fit. While they get their return done, people can read a book or use the library’s other resources.”

AARP Tax-AIDE Volunteers get ready for the first appointments to arrive.

Public libraries have long been a source of tax information. Even if you dont take part in the free return service, you can still get forms and other information at 611 N. Davis St. in Sulphur Springs, TX.

There are some tax returns that Tax-AIDE can not help with. But those situations are rare. Be sure to fill out your Tax-AIDE information packet before you arrive for your appointment.

If you would like to set an appointment with Tax-AIDE, follow this link. No walk-ins will be accepted.

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