Posted On: Oct 9, 2017 In: Teens Featured
Are you a teen or new adult navigating a world of new responsibility? We’re here to help.
Starting Tuesday, OCT 24 from 7-8 PM in Meeting Room B, our How to Adult 4-part series will show you how to pay your taxes, manage money, rent an apartment, and buy a car!
BONUS: We’re offering sweet door prizes at each event — everyone who attends all four sessions will get a prize. Offered in partnership with Housing and Credit Counseling Inc. and Kansas Legal Aid.
Totally free, just register: 785-843-3833.
SCHEDULE (Click links for details)
10/24 | Taxes 101
Learn the ins and outs of filing your taxes for the first time with help from Kansas Legal Aid.
11/14 | 15 Things to Know Before You Leave Home: A Student Survival Guide
High school and college students learn what they need to know to live independently. This class covers how to develop a budget, track spending and keep personal finances healthy and safe.
11/28 | On My Own: Finding and Renting Your First Apartment
Need an apartment, but don’t know the first thing about renting? Thinking about having a roommate? Signing a rental lease can be scary and confusing. What exactly are you responsible for? Find out details you should know before moving into your first apartment. You’ll be glad you did.
12/12 | Try It, Drive It: Buying Your First Car
Time for new wheels? Learn how to: accurately calculate the amount you can comfortably spend on a vehicle, plan ahead for which periodic vehicle-related expenses are important, and determine if your next vehicle should be new, used, or leased.
Posted On: Feb 12, 2017 In: What's Happening
Volunteers from Catholic Charities will be providing free basic income tax return preparation at the Lawrence Public Library for eligible individuals through April 12th, 2017.
NOTE: An appointment is required for this service. To schedule, contact Leslie Butsch at 785-856-2694. Looking for more tax info? It’s all here in one spot: Tax Information and Resources
Posted On: Jan 24, 2017 In: Uncategorized
April 15 will be here before you know it. LPL is ready to help you get the ball rolling.
Get started here.
(Starting from our webpage? Here’s the scenic route: Click Research Resources and then Tax Information.)
Available tax forms are located in the checkout lobby on the bookshelves facing the elevator. Someone at our Welcome Desk can also point you in the right direction.
Volunteer Tax Assistance (VITA)
MONS, WEDS | Jan 30–Apr 12, 2017
Catholic Charities volunteers will provide free, basic income tax return prep for eligible individuals. Set up a time with Leslie Butsch at 785-856-2694 — an appointment is required to participate.
Posted On: Jan 22, 2017 In: Uncategorized
How does cutting taxes affect the wellbeing of our state’s budget?
On Thursday, Jan 26, Kansas Public Radio’s Statehouse Bureau Chief Stephen Koranda will moderate a panel discussion from 7-8:30 PM in the Auditorium on the pros, cons, and philosophy behind the Kansas tax experiment.
Posted On: Feb 20, 2016 In: What's Happening
Lawrence Public Library is receiving fewer tax forms from the IRS every year. This tax season, we have three forms available in the library’s checkout lobby: the 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ.
But what about the rest? You can download forms from the IRS and print them at home. If you don’t have a computer or printer, come use one of ours!
Need help doing your taxes? There are several services available right here in town. Our Information Services staff has organized what you need to know right here.