United Way of Middlesex County President and CEO, Kevin Wilhelm, talks about ALICE Families; Asset Limited, Income, Constrained, Employed along with support programs VITA; Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and EARN, a starter Savings Account." />
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with Kevin Wilhelm on community services including tax preparation
Posted Apr 22, 2017
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United Way of Middlesex County President and CEO, Kevin Wilhelm, talks about ALICE Families; Asset Limited, Income, Constrained, Employed along with support programs VITA; Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and EARN, a starter Savings Account.
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