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Benjamin Kilham on Bears
Wed. March 11, 7:00 PM
Co-sponsored by the Bradford Public Library and the Bradford Conservation Commission.
Ben’s popular lecture is based on firsthand experience raising cubs and observing black bears. It is illustrated with Ben’s photos.
Donations requested. Two of Kilham’s books,”Out on a Limb”, will be given away as door prizes.
Tax help with preparation and filing for those who qualify will be available at the Bradford Public Library Thursday 5-7 through February and March. Help will also be available Saturday 2/7, 2/21, 3/7 and 3/21 at 10:30.
Please note: Vermont will not be sending tax books out this year. There are 3 ways you can access state tax forms:
1. Print online
* Click here to find all VT tax forms
* Click here for the Tax Booklet (cannot fill in online) 52 pages
* Click here for the Income Tax Return (IN-111) 2 pages
* Click here for Renter’s rebate (IN-141) 2 pages
* Click here for Household Income Schedule (HI-144) 2 pages
2. Order forms by email
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include full name, mailing address, quantity, and form numbers.
3. Order forms by phone
Call (855) 297-5600 and leave a message with your full name, mailing address, quantity, and form numbers.
Federal tax forms currently available in the Library include:
–1040 EZ FORM (no instructions)
–1040 FORM (no instructions)
–1040 A FORM AND INSTRUCTIONS
The Federal forms can be downloaded and printed from your own computer or from library computers (at $.10 per page).
Free File is now available, the IRS has stated that “Everyone is eligible to freefile!” This online service works for both your federal and state taxes. Vermont is strongly encouraging taxpayers to use e-file, so give it a try. It works on library computers,
If you need help preparing your taxes, try the free tax preparation services from AARP or VITA.