|Arizona AARP Foundation Tax-Aide|
|Providing Free Tax Return Assistance in Arizona|
Like working with numbers?
AARP Tax Preparers interact with clients by filling out tax returns. Even if you don’t have accounting or tax preparation experience, becoming a Tax Volunteer may be right for you. AARP provides training in tax law procedures, preparing tax forms, and using tax preparation software.
Like working with people better than working with numbers?
An AARP Tax-Aide Greeter is the first person clients meet when they enter a tax site. Greeters make sure the client has all the necessary paperwork before meeting with a counselor, and they manage the flow of clients being served.
Have a knack for computers and technology?
Technology coordinators manage computer equipment, work to ensure taxpayer data security or provide technical assistance to volunteers at multiple sites on technology issues.
Love getting out the word about community services?
Communications coordinators promote AARP Tax-Aide to potential clients from February to April and recruit volunteers in the fall for the following tax season.
Have Administrative Skills?
Supervisory positions at the local and district levels manage volunteers, make sure program operations run smoothly, track volunteer assignments and site activities along with ensuring adherence to the program's processes.
Get the joy and satisfaction of helping out by joining the AARP Tax-Aide volunteer team today! Your expertise will be appreciated more than you can imagine. More than 35,000 volunteers across the country get the satisfaction of helping others in many ways.
|Volunteers with management skills are needed to fill local supervisory positions.|
|Bilingual volunteers needed at many sites throughout Arizona.
Translators are also needed with no tax experience necessary.
This web site was created and is maintained by Arizona volunteers of AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. It is not supported nor endorsed by the state of Arizona nor the AARP Foundation.
While accuracy is a key value of this web site, official IRS, Arizona Department of Revenue or AARP Foundation Tax-Aide documents take precedence.