Washington (May 9, 2002) -- Organizations providing low-cost or no-cost representation to people involved in tax disputes can apply for grants worth up to $100,000 for the 2003 grant cycle, the Internal Revenue Service announced.  Grants are also available for programs that inform taxpayers for whom English is a second language of their tax rights and responsibilities.

 

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