LIU Brooklyn offers free multilingual tax services

Long Island University Brooklyn is again offering free, multilingual tax services to qualified borough residents -- a decades long tradition in the neighborhood. Students volunteer

Long Island University Brooklyn is again offering free, multilingual tax services to qualified borough residents -- a decades long tradition in the neighborhood.

Long Island University Brooklyn is again offering free, multilingual tax services to qualified borough residents -- a decades long tradition in the neighborhood. (4/1/16)

BROOKLYN - Long Island University Brooklyn is again offering free, multilingual tax services to qualified borough residents -- a decades long tradition in the neighborhood.

Students volunteer their time to help people prepare and file their tax returns. 

The service is for anyone who makes $51,000 a year or less.

The volunteers can assist in a variety of languages including Vietnamese, Mandarin, Hindi, Russian and Bengali.

The service runs on each of the next two Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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