DW – Witness to the Holocaust

Dalton-Whitfield Library will be hosting “Witness to the Holocaust”: Thursday, February 13th – Thursday, February 27th

This event is free and open to the public.

Come see the display at the library and learn about William Alexander “W.A” Scott III and his time as a photographer in a segregated battalion during World War II. W.A. was a Georgia resident and a civil rights activist. The exhibit is sponsored by The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust with the Georgia Public Library Service and also looks at the similarities between racial laws in the United States and in Germany.

The panels that will be on display are a part of a larger, permanent exhibit called Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945 in Sandy Springs, Georgia.

Witness to the Holocaust Flyer

For more information, visit Witness to the Holocaust 2014 Library Tour.

DW – AARP Tax Aide

AARP Tax-Aide will be at Dalton-Whitfield Library starting February 4th and ending April 15th

The AARP Foundation will be here, providing free tax aide to people with low or moderate incomes, focusing especially on those over 60. There is no cost for the tax aide and it will be available Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting February 4th and ending April 15th. For more information, visit the AARP website.

Schedule:
Tuesday: 10:00AM – 3:30PM
Friday: 10:00AM – 3:30PM
Saturday: 10:00AM – 1:00PM
* Please note, the schedule is subject to any library closings.

AARP Tax Aide Brochure

AARP’s list of things to bring:

  • Social Security Cards or other official documentation for yourself and all dependents
  • Copy of last year’s income tax returns
  • W-2 Forms from each employer
  • Unemployment compensation statements
  • SSA-1099 form if you were payed Social Security benefits
  • All 1099 forms (1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-MISC, etc.) showing interest and/or dividents, as well as documentation showing the the original purchase price of your sold assets
  • 1099 forms if you received a pension or annuity
  • All forms indicating federal income tax paid
  • Child care provider information (name, employer ID, Social Security number)
  • Receipts or canceled checks if itemizing deductions
  • Social Security numbers for all dependents

FreeFile Eligibility!

Can you FreeFile your 2013 Georgia Taxes this year? The maximum income limit has been raised, so check it out!

FreeFile Information
FreeFileFlyer
The text of the flyer:

Georgia individual taxpayers who earned $58,000 or less in 2013 may qualify for free filing of their income tax returns.

THREE EASY STEPS

  1. Go to: http://etax.dor.ga.gov.
  2. Click on: “File My Return for Free” or the FreeFile Banner.
  3. Select a Vendor and click the appropriate link. IT’S THAT EASY!

REMEMBER

  • TO ENSURE THAT YOU CAN FILE YOUR STATE AND FEDERAL INCOME TAX RETURNS FOR FREE, CLICK ON A VENDOR’S INFORMATION LINK ON THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE WEBSITE.*
  • IF YOU HAVE ALREADY FILED YOUR FEDERAL RETURN, YOU MAY STILL BE ABLE TO FILE YOUR STATE RETURN FOR FREE.

*The Georgia Department of Revenue neither endorses nor recommends any of the software vendors.