(KCPW News) The Internal Revenue Service is looking for people to volunteer to provide free tax services to senior, low-income, and disabled Utahns, along with those who don’t speak English as their primary language. IRS spokesman Bill Brunson says they will take as many as they can find.
“You don’t have to have any experience. The IRS will train you and test you,” says Brunson. “You’ll learn how to do federal and state tax returns electronically, and it’s a great way to put something back into the community.”
Additional Spanish speaking volunteers are also needed. Training begins in December. Those who are interested can dial 2-1-1 or visit www.utahtaxhelp.org.
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