The Financial Workshops have been terrific so far. If you want some practical advice regarding personal financial decisions, you really should check these out. The next, and fifth, seminar in our monthly series is Options for Paying and Filing Taxes. The seminar is Wednesday, January 7th, 7-8:45 pm, in the Library’s Marvin Auditorium 101.
Understanding and mastering your taxes can be a daunting task, probably right behind public speaking as one of the most feared activities in the world. But, what if you genuinely cannot figure out your taxes, or are unable to pay them? There is hope! Listen to an informed tax expert walk you through the options available for handling such situations.
All workshop are on Wednesday evenings. Future topics are:
- Rent Your First Apartment February 4, 7-8:45 pm, in the Library’s Lingo Story Room 121
- Wish I’d Known That Before Entering the Real World March 4, 7-8:45 pm, in the Library’s Marvin Auditorium 101A
- Buy the Car, Lease the Car, or Junk the Car April 1, 7-8:45 pm, in the Library’s Marvin Auditorium 101A
- Back-To-School Solutions for Older Students May 6, 7-8:45 pm, in the Library’s Marvin Auditorium 101A
Partner organizations sponsoring Financial Workshops are the Community Resources Council, Housing and Credit Council Inc., Westar Energy, CoreFirst Bank & Trust, City of Topeka Weed & Seed, Kansas Gas Service, , Topeka Landlord Association, the Topeka Capital-Journal, and of course, the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.