The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program is scheduled to help residents file their taxes beginning Monday at the Havelock Senior Center.


The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program is scheduled to help residents file their taxes beginning Monday at the Havelock Senior Center.



The program is designed to help residents ages 60 and older as well as low- to moderate-income residents who canít afford professional tax preparation file their federal and state incomes taxes for 2014.



The program will be in place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Monday at the Havelock Senior Center, located at 103 Trader Ave., between Miller Boulevard and West Main Street. The program runs through April 13.



Those planning to file taxes must have form 1095-A or other documentation that shows proof of healthcare coverage for 2014 for each person listed on the tax return.



Also required is photo identification, Social Security cards for each person on the tax return, including dependent children, federal and state returns from 2013, income documentation such as W-2 forms, expense and deductible information such as receipts for medical, tax, business, childcare and charitable expenses as well as educational benefits and expenses. Any power of attorney or divorce decree documents are also needed.



A checkbook or other bank verification for direct deposit/pay is also needed.



For more information, call Traci Torrie, tax-aide program district coordinator, at 910-326-6239.