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Getting your money back IRS program seeks to help low-income households get higher tax returns

 
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Getting your money back IRS program seeks to help low-income households get higher tax returns
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By Matt Lindberg
Daily Press Writer
Published/Last Modified on Saturday, January 9, 2010 4:10 AM MST

MONTROSE �� Low-income Montrose County residents may be eligible for thousands of dollars more than they expect in 2009 tax returns.

With 11 percent of Montrose County households receiving food stamps and a 7.8 percent unemployment rate here in November �� both very high numbers for Colorado �� struggling locals could reap great benefits from the Earned Income Tax Credit program of the Internal Revenue Service.

The IRS created the program in 1975 to encourage low-income workers and offset the burden of payroll taxes.
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"It's very important because if your income falls in the limits, this program can feasibly help a family for some time to get caught up on bills, buy food or make house payments. Whatever you need," said Mary BanMeter, accountant for Bea Froehde Accounting Service Inc., 419 N. Second St.


I wrote a comment...doubt they will publish it ..It was something like
This is to funny! If they were low wage workers they probably barely paid tax to begin with and the thousands they get back will come right out of my pocket! This accountant must be a lefty lol
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Re: Getting your money back IRS program seeks to help low-income households get higher tax returns
Montrose is nothing but cheap housing for all the mexicans that work in Telluride.

No construction is going on so they are suckling at the tit of government.
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Re: Getting your money back IRS program seeks to help low-income households get higher tax returns
Most of the mexicans headed back over the border last year. There for a while parts of town looked like little mexico.





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