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United Way free tax campaign needs volunteers in Auburn, elsewhere

By volunteer once per week during the 2012 tax season, you can help meet United Way of King County’s goal of putting more than $20 million back into the pockets of low-and moderate-income individuals and families. - Courtesy photo
By volunteer once per week during the 2012 tax season, you can help meet United Way of King County’s goal of putting more than $20 million back into the pockets of low-and moderate-income individuals and families.
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The United Way free tax campaign helps low- and medium-income residents of King County access tax credits they are eligible for and save money on tax preparation fees.

Volunteer positions are open at its Auburn City Hall tax site, 25 W. Main St., at these time slots – 5-9 p.m., Mondays (January-February only), Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

No experience necessary. All volunteers receive tax preparation training and are certified by the IRS.

Go online to choose from 15 other tax sites in King County. To learn more, visit: www.uwkc.org/taxvolunteer or contact EITC@uwkc.org.

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