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Thomas More College helps with tax preparation

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Thomas More College accounting majors are stepping up to help people get their tax returns done.

This is the 29th year students have set up shop in Covington and Over-the-Rhine.  And organizers say some people have taken advantage of the program more than once.

"We have repeat customers every year. They really do appreciate it. And it's much better for them to make sure that they maintain and get all the money that they're entitled to," says Cassandra Barham of the Contact Center in Over-the-Rhine.

There will be accounting faculty on site to ensure the students are crossing every T and dotting every I.

The service will be available certain Sundays at the Contact Center at 1227 Vine Street, and the Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington at 1650 Russell Street.

To take advantage of the service, here are the dates and times it will be available:

  • Contact Center  (513) 381-4242
    • 1-3pm
    • Feb 7th
    • Feb 21st
    • Mar 7th
    • Mar 21st
  • Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington (859) 491-2220
    • Jan 31st
    • Feb 14th
    • Feb 28th
    • Mar 14th
    • Mar 28th

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