Maine Program to Help Low-Income Families with Tax Preparation

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Vitelli said the assistance is especially important so families will know what programs they qualify for and how to access them.

Democratic Sen. Eloise Vitelli proposed a bill to make state funding available to CA$H Maine, a group that is made up of more than four dozen nonprofit and for-profit institutions. The group offers free tax preparations to Mainers who qualify for it. The Maine Legislature passed Vitelli’s proposal in mid-July and it became law without the signature of Democratic Gov. Janet Mills. Vitelli said the state assistance will allow CA$H Maine to “provide quality support to Maine families and to help them plan for the future.”

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