Free tax filing available for veterans

The Military Veteran Resource Center will provide free income tax filing assistance for military veterans until April 15.
The resource center, in partnership with the Ohio Benefit Bank, offers free electronic filing for federal, state and school district taxes. In addition, the program can help veterans apply for student financial aid, veteran’s education benefits, nutrition and child care assistance, health coverage and more.
The Findlay office is located at 423 Trenton Avenue and is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Veterans must first schedule an appointment by calling Career Specialist Bob Driftmyer at 419-516-0411.
Those who do not bring necessary documentation will not be able to file. Veterans will need to bring photo identification, their DD-214 form (or other evidence of military service) and their income tax records. A full list of required documents is available at
The Military Veteran Resource Center is a nonprofit that provides personalized career services for veterans who served honorably. For more information: 614-230-0662
The Ohio Benefit Bank is a program of the Ohio Association of Foodbanks. In addition to tax assistance, it provides Ohio families with access to food, healthcare, child care and home energy assistance.
For more information call 800-648-1176.



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