Volunteers sought for tax assistance program | TheUnion.com

Volunteers sought for tax assistance program

AUBURN — Placer County’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is currently seeking volunteers.

The program, operating in conjunction with United Way and the IRS, offers free tax assistance to low-income individuals and families at locations in Rocklin and Auburn. Volunteers receive four days of training starting in January, which can also be completed online. Then they can select dates to assist with tax preparation anytime between Jan. 28 and March 27, 2020. Volunteers are needed Tuesdays through Fridays depending on location.

Volunteers can work one-on-one with clients to help them file taxes and maximize refunds. Others serve as greeters or provide information. No prior experience is needed. Coordinators will be on-site at all times to assist volunteers with questions.

Last year, the program generated close to $650,000 in refunds for hundreds of Placer County residents – money that went back into the local economy.

To learn more or sign up, visit yourlocalunitedway.org/freetaxprep-volunteer. If you have more questions and would like to talk to someone in person, call 530-889-7654.

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