Income Tax Assistance

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Contact: Rita Fluharty                                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Health & Wellness Coordinator                                                  

(607) 778-2411


Income Tax Assistance Available


Free Income Tax assistance is available at several locations in Broome County on a first-come, first-served basis OR by appointment from February 2 to April 15.  The Program is designed for taxpayers with middle and low incomes, with special attention for people age 60 & older.


Taxpayers are asked to bring forms indicating Federal income tax paid, all W-2’s, 1099’s (i.e. bank interest) & any other statements reflecting 2014 income and tax-deductible expenses, including receipts of property tax, charity donations, medical expenses, mortgage payments and child-care expenses as well as Social Security numbers for all dependents. Also bring a copy of your 2013 Income Tax Returns.


Counselors are trained by the IRS.  Sponsors are AARP and the Broome County Office for Aging.  For more information, call J. Tassey at 625-2658. 


Walk-in Sites: No Appointment Required

George F. Johnson Library, Endicott:Tues & Thu, 10 am to 2 pm


Oakdale Mall, Johnson City: Tues, Wed, Thu, Fri, 10 am to 2 pm

(See sign at Mall office for AARP site location) CLOSED Fri starting March 14


Vestal United Methodist Church, 328 Main Street: Mon, Tues, Thu, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm


Appointments Only Sites: 10 am to 2 pm APPOINTMENT CALL      

Broome County Library, 185 Court Street: Mon - Sat         

Binghamton: Call 211 or 1-800-901-2180: Mon - Fri, 8:30 am to 4 pm 


Senior Center Sites: 10 am to 2 pm APPOINTMENT CALL

Binghamton First Ward, 226 Clinton Street: Tue, Wed, Fri 797-2307

Broome West, Endwell, 

2801 Wayne Street: 
Tue, Wed, Thu 785-1777

Whitney Point, 12 Strongs Place: Call for Days  692-3405

9:30 am to 1:30 pm

Johnson City, 30 Brocton Street: Tue, Wed & Thu 797-3145


What: “Income Tax Assistance”


When: February 2 – April 15


Where: Various Sites in Broome County


Who: People age 60 and over and people with low to middle income.




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