that's a great idea, Andrea.
In past years, our Business Education students helped other students
complete their tax return *with the assistance of a local accountant*.
They charged a nominal fee which was used to attend a state conference.
On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 2:29 PM, Andrea Terry <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello all!
> I had a Thought the other day - thought I'd tap the Collective Brain for
> Lots of my high school students are filing their first tax returns this
> year. I can remember how scary that was to me as a high school kid with a
> few thousand dollars in income, even though the 1040 EZ is pretty
> straightforward. I know public libraries sometimes have trained
> volunteers come in to help those with lower income file their returns. I
> have asked a few of my working students and they seem very enthusiastic
> about having help. Has anyone ever hosted one of those volunteers in
> their high school library? Does anyone know how I might contact whomever
> provides help? Can you all think of a roadblock I'm not thinking of (I'm
> new at this)? By all means, please give me your input, positive or
> Andrea Terry
> Richmond Middle/High School
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