The William P. Gordon Institute for Enterprise Development and United Way of Kosciusko Provide Tax Assistance Program for Local Community

The William P. Gordon Institute and United Way of Kosciusko County have partnered to bring the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) to Kosciusko County.

Tim Ziebarth, director of the William P. Gordon Institute, says “Bringing VITA to Kosciusko County is important because we can help low-income, elderly, and disabled families get their income tax returns prepared at no cost.”

Several Grace College students and alumni, as well as local community members, have been specifically trained to provide tax assistance through VITA. To learn more about eligibility for tax assistance, as well as when and where appointments can be scheduled, or to set up an appointment, individuals may call #221.

3 Responses to “The William P. Gordon Institute for Enterprise Development and United Way of Kosciusko Provide Tax Assistance Program for Local Community”

  1. Clemencia Summers Says:

    This is beneficial in two ways: first, for the families in need of assistance; and second, for the volunteer students who still need experience in matters of taxation. This is a good way to hit two birds with one stone. Surely other schools and institutes can also take up the idea.

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