A.M.P.T. Assistants was born out of need to serve the underserved. Upon a ruling issued by United States Court Judge, Phyllis J. Hamilton, incarcerated persons were deemed eligible for the Economic Impact Payments. After a relative of the owner was successfully assisted, a fellow incarcerated person requested assistance as well. The list began to grow. While tax preparation wasn’t initially the primary focus of A.M.P.T. Assistants, it certainly helped to foster a relationship of trust in the hopes that greater assistance can be provided in the future that are more effective in the long-term.
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