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Money Monday: Accounting Aid Society's tax assistance program

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(WJBK) -- If you're in need of tax help this year, this may be the program for you.

Eligible taxpayers for the Accounting Aid Society's Tax Assistance Program are individuals (who earn up to $35,000) and families (who earn up to $52,000).

There are more than 20 sites throughout metro Detroit where people can go to get the free tax preparation.

More information can be found at the AAS web site or call (313) 556-1920 for the locations.

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