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IRS COVID Tax Tip 2020-44

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Questions About Economic Impact PaymentsThe IRS is issuing Economic Impact Payments. These payments are being issued automatically for most individuals. However, some people who don’t usually file a tax return will need to submit basic information to the IRS to receive their payment. Questions? The IRS is regularly updating the Economic Impact Payment and the Get My Payment tool frequently […]

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Live-brary

News You Can Use – at Your Fingertips

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Full text access to a wide variety of current newspapers in Live-brary.  To Access: Click on the “Search Digital Catalog “on the homepage of the Library website Click on “Research Databases”Scroll to search for the databases alphabetically or go to “Subject Filter”, then “Database Category”.  Click on “Newspapers” and click “Apply”.New York Times, 1980 – […]

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Corona

Corona Stimulus Package Information and Small Business Disaster Loans

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What You Need to Know and Where to Get Reliable Information.​Stay updated with information for seniors, retirees.Keep checking www.IRS.gov/coronavirus for additional updates F.A.Q. on Stimulus Checks, Unemployment and the Coronavirus Plan Coronavirus $1,200 stimulus check: Click here to find out if you’re eligible, how to get your IRS money. ​Economic Injury Disaster Loans – EIDLOnline loan […]

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Museums

Take a Seat and Explore these Museums from Home

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We want to share a terrific list of over 150 international, online museum resources – all free and with continual updates. Check out the link below to access portals, library collections, virtual tours, National Parks, e-learning and a kids section. Mcn.edu (Museum Computer Network) is a non-profit, connecting museums, focusing on their digital assets. Museum From […]

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2020 Census

About the 2020 Census

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The U.S. Constitution mandates a census of the population every 10 years. The 2020 Census will count everyone who lives in the U.S. as of April 1, 2020. Census statistics help determine the number of seats each state holds in the U.S. House of Representatives and how billions of dollars in federal funds will be […]

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