There are many things that veterans may need help with in their everyday lives, and during filing season, that may often include assistance filling out all their tax forms. Fortunately, these complicated and necessary documents can be completed with help from financial experts in Ohio, free of charge.
The Military Veterans Resource Center in Huber Heights recently announced that it had partnered with Ohio Benefit Bank to give most veterans help with their taxes this year, according to a report from Dayton television station WHIO. Through this effort, veterans who make less than $95,000 (for couples filing jointly) or $65,000 (for everyone else) will get the help at the MVRC's building through April 18.
To qualify, veterans will have to bring a photo ID, evidence of their military service, and their tax documents of course, the report said. Those looking to tap this resource, though, will need to make an appointment first.
This kind of service may provide an invaluable benefit to former servicemembers who may not have the best grasp on how to deal with their tax filings in and of themselves, or have the money to get them done professionally. Likewise, other services may exist to help them better deal with any potential issues they may face in the course of their everyday lives.
For this reason, the more that can be done to ensure veterans are getting complete access to the various services they may need, the better off they may end up being when it comes to getting any sort of assistance that may be helpful to them. Many organizations exist to help veterans with things from the mundane to the extremely important, and often all they have to do is reach out.