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The tax center, operated entirely by volunteers, prepared 1,411 federal and state tax returns last year, saving clients roughly $136,000 in preparation and filing costs.  The volunteers received five days of volunteer income tax assistance training and have varying degrees of experience with tax filing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Chandler Baker) Kirtland Tax Center provides tax help to Airmen, families
Service members at Kirtland Air Force Base have an alternative way to do their taxes this year.The Kirtland Legal office will open a tax center on February 1 and will be catering their services to military members, their families, and retirees. The priority is E-6s and below, O-3s and below, and retirees with a gross income of $60,000 and below.
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