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Here’s where troops and military retirees can go for free tax help | Military Times

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Military taxpayers can save money in a variety of ways when it comes to tax preparation and filing thanks to expert guidance and free services provided by the Defense Department.

Active-duty members, retirees and their dependents are eligible for free, in-person tax preparation services at 139 military Volunteer Income Tax Assistance locations around the world. VITA tax preparers save their clients an average of $250 compared to what they’d pay for a private-sector tax-prep service, said Army Lt. Col. David Dulaney, the executive director of the Armed Forces Tax Council.

They’re also well-trained by the Internal Revenue Service and the military to address the often-complicated tax situations military members face.

Source: Here’s where troops and military retirees can go for free tax help | Military Times

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