The best things in life are free, especially during tax season. Students in the Accounting Honor Society at Creighton University are offering free tax help.
Anyone who makes under $60,000 a year can get help with their taxes from a student volunteer and even leave with a free e-filing. The student volunteers have all passed several qualification exams with the Internal Revenue Service.
For the students, it's not just a way for them to gain experience, but also offer a service to the community. “This way, people can come in, they can file for free, they don't have to pay any extra fees, they can just walk in and we'll take care of them and then e-file everything for them, no charge,” says volunteer income tax assistant Kiley Eccker.
If you need help head over to the Harper Center on the Creighton campus between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. next Sunday, March 2nd. There's no need to make an appointment.
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