Library helps out by tackling tax
March 25, 2014 by Lisa
This year, the Wilsonville Public Library has organized an event to assist people in completing their tax forms and getting them into the Internal Revenue Service on or before the tax deadline. This is a great opportunity for people who are confused by what is required to complete the forms.
The library may have used flyer printing to share information about this event with the residents of this community, and those living in the outlying regions who may be puzzled by what is required of them.
At this workshop, people will have the opportunity to ask questions about their taxes, what documentation they require, and how to complete the necessary forms. There will be a certified public accountant (CPA) in attendance who has graciously volunteered their time to assist members of the public in getting their taxes filed on time. All people attending will have their concerns and questions addressed and the CPA will work through the tax form, as needed. All guests are required to bring in their 2012 tax records as well as their 2013 documents.
This is a free class for anyone needing tax assistance, and it is being offered on Saturdays from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm up until Saturday, April 12, at the Wilsonville Public Library. To find out additional information, please visit the library’s website or call during regular hours.