BOZEMAN – Jake Jabs School of business and entrepreneurship at Montana State will be hosting free tax filing help to clients.
Tax guidance will be offered to people living in households with a gross income of under $58,000.
Graduated and undergraduate accounting students at the University will be the ones giving the assistance.
The opportunity not only gives the community an easy and non-expensive way to file their taxes, but also a valuable, “hands-on” experience for students.
“It’s a fantastic and free opportunity not only for tax guidance to the community, but chance for his students for hands-on experience, over a couple days schedule blocks of time where we can help our clients file their income tax returns, as it stands now we’re working on Mondays there’s a list of couple days, no appointments necessary, it doesn’t cost the clients anything,” said Assistant Professor of Accounting Dr. Edward Gamble.
The university says that this program will be offered most Mondays, starting February 12th through tax day April 17th.
Reporting by Carson Vickroy for MTN News