Kiplinger’s Sure Ways to Cut Your Taxes
We take a break from our National Library Week to remind everyone that it is April 15. For those outside of the USA, it is tax day. Don’t forget to file. As of this writing, this book was still on file in a public library business/finance collection. I am sure it is super helpful, especially for people e-filing! If anyone says “historical value” to me I will clobber them with an 1991 10-key adding machine. Better yet, how about you work a ref desk in a public library on April 15 for people who just started to realize they need forms. Can you say Form 4868?
I’m not (that) bitter, I am one of the dorkier librarians that actually likes tax season. I like to test my customer service skills/tax knowledge and of course mention that monetary gifts to the library are usually tax deductible.
Happy tax day and take deep breaths when you have had to explain, for the thousandth time, why there aren’t instructions.
For the record, I can give you contact info for the White House, but President Obama doesn’t check with me about tax forms.