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High Country RSVP can electronically file federal and state tax returns free of charge for seniors, the disabled or those with household income less than $50,000 per year. Retired Senior Volunteer Program volunteers are certified by the IRS to prepare and e-file tax forms for both federal and state income taxes. This site does returns with credits, such as the Earned Income Credit, Child Tax Credit, Child and Dependent Care Credit, and the Elderly and Disabled Credit. Anyone with complex business issues, rental properties and other subjects outside the scope of this VITA/TCE site must seek a paid preparer. Call 970-384-8740 to schedule an appointment.

Hospice of the Valley will offer a five-week Grief Support Group March 1 – 29. The group will meet every Thursday from 12:30-2 p.m. in the community room at HomeCare & Hospice of the Valley in Basalt.Sean Jeung will facilitate a grief education and support group for individuals who have experienced a loss or for those in the process of experiencing a loss. The class explores ways to use the grief journey as an opportunity to experience personal growth and a renewed sense of hope during the healing process.To RSVP, or if you have questions, please call Sean Jeung at 927-6650 or e-mail at info@hchotv.org. To receive news or information, subscribe to their blog or newsletter, or to follow them on Facebook or Twitter, visit http://www.hchotv.org.


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