The Windsor Community Recreation Center will be a site for free tax service.
The Greeley AARP Tax-Aide is offering the free tax service, with special emphasis being given to taxpayers with low to moderate incomes and those 60 and older.
AARP Tax-Aide is a free, volunteer-run assistance and preparation service that transmits a tax return directly to the IRS.
According to a news release from the Greeley AARP Tax-Aide, taxpayers can call Trinity Lutheran Church, 3000 35th Ave., Greeley, at (970) 584-0144, or the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 205 N. 11th St., Windsor, at (970) 674-3500 for an appointment. Returns are done by appointments in the morning at 9, 10, 11 and in the afternoon at 1, 2 and 3 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Appointments will begin Feb. 5 and end April 11.
The news release states that all volunteers are certified by the IRS, and that each return is verified by a second person to ensure quality returns. AARP Tax-Aide can also complete the Colorado Oil and Gas severance tax form.
When visiting the two locations, taxpayers should bring their social security cards or other official documentation for everyone on the return, a tax return from a year ago, all income forms such as W2s and 1099s, all forms indicating federal and or state income tax paid, child care provider information and receipts or canceled checks if itemizing deductions.
AARP Tax-Aide does not do returns for farm, rental and business (except minor) income.
For more information, call Greeley site coordinator Cindy Haugen at (970) 353-6636, or contact the Colorado Information Line at 211.