BENTONVILLE, Ark. — The Wal-Mart Foundation here said yesterday it will make a $3.6 million grant to fund a program to provide free tax preparation and filing services to individuals who earn less than $56,000 per year. The program will be carried out in conjunction with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance campaign, sponsored by the United Way and with online tools supplied by One Economy Corp., a nonprofit organization that seeks to help low-income Americans enter the economic mainstream. ...

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