ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – United Way of Central New Mexico is expanding free tax services to make sure New Mexicans get the money they are eligible for. The Tax Help New Mexico program is available for those making less than $57,000 a year or people 65 and up.
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“The support provided by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation will mean that more New Mexicans who need to file their taxes and obtain a financial boost can do so,” says Rodney Prunty in a news release, president and CEO of United Way of Central New Mexico. “Those returns could be the difference between a family’s ability to pay their rent or not, or to provide for child-care expenses.”
Anyone eligible for child tax credits missed stimulus payments or the earned income tax credit can make a reservation. For more information or to make a reservation, visit uwcnm.org/tax-help-new-mexico.