City of Albuquerque hosts free tax help

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – If you are feeling anxious over tax season, the city is coming to the rescue. The AARP Foundation is offering free tax-prep help to anyone who wants it at community centers and other sites around the city.

Low-income seniors can also get help from “Tax Help New Mexico” and the United Way at the John Marshall Health and Social Service Center near Cesar Chavez and I-25.

AARP Foundation will provide its services to anyone at no cost and with an appointment at:

  • Alamosa Community Center (6900 Gonzales Road SW, Meeting Room A)
  • Taylor Ranch Community Center (4900 Kachina Street NW)
  • New Mexico Veterans Memorial (1100 Louisiana Boulevard SE)
  • North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center (7521 Carmel Avenue NE)
  • South Valley Public Library (3904 Isleta Boulevard SW)
  • Los Volcanes Senior Center (6500 Los Volcanes Road NW)
  • North Valley Senior Center (3825 4th Street NW)
  • AARP Information Center (1930 Juan Tabo Boulevard NE, Suite J)
  • Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center (501 Elizabeth Street SE)
  • Bear Canyon Senior Center (4645 Pitt Street NE)
  • Palo Duro Senior Center (5221 Palo Duro Avenue NE)

For complete details and to create an appointment on the AARP Foundation’s tax preparation please visit:

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