ForsythFreeTax Provides an Alternative for Long Lines
Since the February launch, ForsythFreeTax.org services has received great response from the public. According to Takia Miller, ESR’s EITC Program Manager, on-site locations are getting booked quickly as individuals, eager to file their returns, reserve appointments hours in advance.
But, if long lines or the possibility of on-site locations being booked have you pondering the thought to pay big-box tax servicers to file your taxes – think again. There are other options available for filing tax returns through ForsythFreeTax.org.
First, you can visit one of the friendly tax assistance locations at Forsyth Tech Mazie Woodruff Center, Goodwill Industries (University Pkwy) or Prosperity Center (North). While using a facility computer, or your own laptop, you can file your taxes and receive assistance from a trained professional whenever you have a question. Cool, right?
If you have wifi and feel confident enough to file your taxes in the comfort of your home, then simply use the online site, ForsythFreeTax.com/ForsythFree. The online software is easy to use, as it guides you through the process, and it doesn’t have any lines. Bring your social security cards, W2s and 1099s, checkbook and laptop to the kitchen table or living room couch and file for free.
Don’t miss the opportunity to get your full refund – file before April 15, 2014.
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Individuals wanting to file for free with FosythFreeTax.org can beat the lines and file online. Tax returns must be filed before the April 15th deadline.
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