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Books and taxes

Once again, you can get your taxes done at the library.

Oshawa Public Libraries is teaming up with the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program and the Canada Revenue Agency to offer appointments to have their taxes prepared free of charge.

The sessions, which will take place in March and April, will take place at the McLaughlin and Jess Hann branches.

“The library recognizes that this valuable service provides equal access to those who need support and may be missing out on important tax credits and benefits,” states Frances Newman, Oshawa Public Libraries’ CEO in a news release.

For more information, call (905) 579-6111, ext. 5200 or visit oshawalibrary.on.ca.