YEADON, March 5, 2013 — Constituents who need assistance with tax return preparation, rent rebate preparation or other state or local issues are invited to an upcoming mobile constituent service and tax preparation event hosted by state Sen. Anthony H. Williams.
Constituents are welcome to speak directly with Williams’ staff, as well as PathWays PA volunteers, on Monday, March 11 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Yeadon Library, 809 Longacre Blvd. in Yeadon.
“My staff and I are proud to offer assistance and solve problems for constituents, but we realize that not everyone can get to our offices, so this is a convenient opportunity to speak with my staff about issues,” Williams said. “Additionally, PathWays PA volunteers will gladly help folks with their tax returns and rent rebates.”
Staffers will be available to assist constituents with driver’s license and automobile registration issues, senior SEPTA transit pass information, unemployment and public assistance issues, PECO or AQUA issues and more.
PathWays PA volunteers will help constituents prepare their income tax returns (1040EZ, Form 1040A, or basic Form 1040 federal tax returns). Individuals should bring their ID and Social Security card; copies of their 2012 receipts or receipts showing all property, county and school taxes are paid for 2012 (year-end mortgage statements are acceptable if individuals’ taxes are paid through their mortgage); and statements of income, including Social Security, pensions and employment. For direct deposit, individuals should bring their checking or savings account number and bank routing number.
Space is limited so RSVP by calling the Yeadon Library at 610-623-4090.