New Iowa law allows for volunteer income tax credit
The law allows for a $50 income tax credit for their work
By Sam Hoyle
BUFFALO, Iowa — Volunteer fire fighters risk their lives to keep people safe.
In the small Iowa town of Buffalo, the fire chief has served more than four decades. He even lives next door to the fire station. Now, a new law gives him a small reward for that service.
A new year at the Buffalo Fire Department means 43 years of volunteered service for Chief Terry Adams, 28 of those as chief.
Full story: TAX CREDIT: Volunteer Firefighter Law
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