Thursday, January 31, 2008
Monday, January 28, 2008
UPDATE 2-4-08 Computer printing is now available again.
UPDATE 2-8-08 Computer printing is down again.
UPDATE 2-13-08 Computer printing is working again.
Thursday, January 24, 2008
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
With a constantly updated and growing database, more than 10 million images and 125 searchable categories and intuitive search functionality, Price It! Antiques & Collectibles is the ultimate identification, research and pricing tool for collectors, dealers, appraisers and anyone in between.
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
If you need a tax form that we do not have, check out the links below:
FEDERAL TAX FORMS
The website of the US Internal Revenue Service includes printable versions of all available 2007 Federal Tax Forms.
PENNSYLVANIA TAX FORMS
The website of the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue includes printable versions of all available 2007 Pennsylvania Tax Forms.
OUT-OF-STATE TAX FORMS
FTA State Tax Forms Page includes links to tax forms from all 50 states.
SCRANTON CITY TAX FORMS
The website for the Scranton Single Tax Office website incudes printable 2007 Scranton City Tax Forms.
OTHER TAX LINKS
These and other helpful websites about taxes are also available on the Online Resources page under the category "Tax Forms & Information."
Don’t forget the deadline to file your taxes this year
is Tuesday, April 15th!
Also new for 2008-2009 is a PDF version of the FAFSA that students can submit for processing. Students can access the PDF, complete the form on the computer or by hand, and mail it to the address provided for processing. Students can also access the PDF from www.FSAPubs.org
Thursday, January 17, 2008
January is National Poverty in America Awareness Month. Its purpose is to promote public awareness of the continuing existence of poverty and social injustice in America. Individuals are encouraged to support efforts to eradicate poverty by increasing their understanding of the causes and practical solutions and by active participation and support for antipoverty programs. Sponsored by the Catholic Campaign for Human development, the largest private funder of self-help programs for the poor and disenfranchised in the US regardless of religion, race or ethnic origin.