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Once again, volunteers are available to help low- and moderate-income residents prepare their state and federal income tax returns, including the Kansas Homestead Claim for senior citizens who are homeowners.

Kathy Ahlvers, who is volunteering as a trained AARP tax-aide, said she and three other volunteers will work in Room 101 of the Barton County Courthouse on Wednesdays through April 6, but appointments are required and the month of February is already booked. Appointments must be made by calling the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program office, 620-792-1614.

All of the volunteers attended a tax school in January, Ahlvers said. They ...

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