Iowans who claim English as their second language will soon be able to getfree help with their federal taxes and advice about a type of tax credit.The Legal Services Corporation of Iowa has won a 76-thousand dollar grantfrom the Internal Revenue Service to launch a series of Iowa clinics. VickiPlace is deputy director of the L-S-C of Iowa. (As said above) TheLow-Income Taxpayer Clinics will be held across Iowa to target immigrantsfrom afar, including Vietnamese, Bosnians, Sudanese, Hispanics, Chinese andothers. Place says the Earned Income Tax Credit is an important break.The outreach programs will begin in January. Place explains some of thebenefits of the Earned Income Tax Credit for low-income Iowans. The L-S-C ofIowa has offices in the following ten cities: Sioux City, Mason City,Waterloo, Des Moines, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Council Bluffs, IowaCity and Ottumwa. For information about the upcoming clinics and specificdates and locations, call 800 532-1275.
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