It’s tax time again and with deadlines looming, consumers are looking for the best way to file their return — and credit unions are stepping up to the plate for their members.
A recent article by www.creditunionsonline.com lists a multitude of ways credit unions are helping consumers with the ins and outs of tax season — with services such as low-or-no-cost tax preparation and expert advice.
“Georgia United Credit Union in Athens is partnering for the 9th year in a row with the Internal Revenue Service and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences of the University of Georgia,” the article reads. “To provide the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program for the Athens community.
Read the full article HERE to see what else credit unions are doing to make tax time a little more endurable!