PHOENIX - The clock is ticking to file your taxes.
You have until midnight to get it done or file for an extension.
To make the process a little easier, four Phoenix libraries will be staffed with certified tax preparers from 6 p.m. until midnight.
They'll be on hand to file your taxes and answer any questions.
The libraries will also have tax forms available for you to print and fill out.
But if you do that, be sure to get them in the mail on time. Otherwise you can use their computers to file online.
If you have kids and can't find a sitter, no worries. They will also watch your children from six to nine while you file.
The free tax help will be available at Burton Barr Library, Juniper Library, Palo Verde Library and Yucca Library.
There are some income restrictions so check out the Phoenix Public Library website first.
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