AARP Offers Area Seniors Free Tax Help

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AARP Offers Area Seniors Free Tax Help


Events that specify they are for those who are over age 50, including trips, classes, support programs, fitness and lectures. Deadline is two weeks before event date.

BACOA Income Tax Assistance: Barrington Area Council on Aging is offering the AARP Tax Assistance Program. Trained AARP volunteers will assist seniors with their taxes at the BACOA office in the Prairieview Building at The Garlands of Barrington, 6000 Garlands Lane, Suite 200. Appointments are offered Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays through April 13. Assistance is by appointment only and is limited to seniors older than 55 with income below $60,000 and to disabled persons of any age. For appointments, call (847) 381-5030.

Free Senior Tax assistance: By appointment only from 9 a.m.-noon Tuesdays or noon-3 p.m. Fridays, Palatine Township Senior Center, 505 S. Quentin Road. Income tax assistance for Palatine Township seniors ages 60 and older. Call (847) 991-1112 to meet with an AARP tax volunteer counselor or for information.

Memory screenings: As-needed basis, Prairieview Building at The Garlands of Barrington, 6000 Garlands Lane, Suite 100, Barrington. The Barrington Area Council on Aging is offering free memory screenings designed to promote early detection and intervention for those concerned about memory loss. Each screening takes about 10-15 minutes. To schedule an appointment, call (847) 852-3890.

Northern Illinois Men's Senior Baseball League: The Northern Illinois Men's Senior Baseball League is seeking players who will be 45 or older in 2010 interested in possibly playing baseball next year. Play is on Sundays, May-August. For details, (847) 772-0554 or lawdrl990@yahoo.com.

Walking Club for Seniors: Join the Palatine Township Senior Citizens Council's Winter Walking Club. Interested participants should pick up a walking form at the Palatine Township Senior Center office, 505 S. Quentin Road. Forms should be returned before April 10. …

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