Graduate Student Gabrielle Lubisich, left, has her taxes done by CU student Kate Fruth as part of an annual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at the Leeds School of Business for low income families.
The University of Colorado's Leeds School of Business will begin free tax preparation for low income families on Wednesday as part of an annual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
A group of Leeds students and local tax experts will offer free tax assistance to people making less than $51,000 per year.
The program will run through March 20, according to Leeds' program organizer Susan Morley.
For more information about VITA, including documents to bring, visit www.irs.gov.