Tax help open for low- and middle-income citizensLow- and middle-income taxpayers in North Dakota are being offered free help with their taxes.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Low- and middle-income taxpayers in North Dakota are being offered free help with their taxes.
Eleven AARP Tax-Aide sites are opening in February across the state, where 120 volunteers are expected to assist people with federal and state tax returns.
The service is open to people of all ages. AARP officials say special attention will be paid to those 60 and older.
The program will have three sites in Fargo, two in Bismarck, and one each in Dickinson, Grand Forks, Mandan, Minot, Wahpeton and West Fargo.
Officials say the service helped 4,500 people last year.