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FORT WAYNE—The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is providing free in-person tax assistance and preparation January 29 through April 15 at select Allen County Public Library (ACPL) locations as part of the nation’s largest free, volunteer-based tax assistance and preparation program. The program is led by trained volunteers and is open to all taxpayers, regardless of age. AARP membership is not required. Assistance is provided by appointment only.

“The Library strives to connect our community to the services and resources that people need,” said ACPL Programs and Partnerships Specialist Melissa Martinez. “We understand the very real impact of tax returns on people’s lives and we also recognize how confusing the tax system can be. We couldn’t be happier to continue to host this critical program that overcomes barriers and fills in gaps year after year.”

AARP Tax-Aide is available at the following ACPL and community locations:

​​​Community members should call their preferred location to make an appointment. Additional details and a checklist of necessary documentation is available at

About the Allen County Public Library

The Allen County Public Library (ACPL) has fostered lifelong learning and discovery in northeast Indiana for more than 125 years. The ACPL consists of fourteen branches throughout Allen County, serving more than one million visitors per year. The ACPL’s collection includes more than 2.7 million items, with a circulation total of 3.6 million items borrowed annually. It also houses The Genealogy Center, the nation’s largest public genealogy research center, and The Rolland Center for Lincoln Research, consisting of more than 20,000 artifacts related to President Abraham Lincoln.

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