We invite you to come out to Ridgewood High School on 2/24 3:00 – 7:00 pm — Ridgewood guidance counselor Cindy Damato and Career specialist Mary Anders will be on hand to answer all questions about FAFSA.
Please contact Andrea Morrow at firstname.lastname@example.org 0r 727-774-3727 to register. Registration ends on 2/20
What to bring to your tax appointment:
Identification: Valid picture ID for all taxpayers* Copy of your 2012 or most recent tax return filed ( if you have it)* Social Security cards or ITIN letters for you, your spouse and all dependents. (Note: Medicare card does not qualify even though it has your social security number on it) * Birth Dates for you , your spouse, your children and all dependents.
Please know that even if we did your taxes last year and the preparer remembers you, the volunteer still has to see your identification or we risk being shut down by the IRS! It’s for your protection and your tax sites will be strictly enforcing this policy.
Income documentation *W-2, W-2g, 1099-SSA and 1099-G Forms from all employers and income sources sun as unemployment or Social Security * Proof of income from jury duty, gambling, cash to keys – anything reported to you on form 1099-MISC * Documentation of any other income such as prizes, awards, scholarships, fellowships, lottery or gambling winnings.
If you itemize your deduction, bring all related expense documents!
*Child or pendant care expenses including the providers address and Federal ID# * Mortgage Company statement / Mortgage Interest* Adoption Expenses* Alimony paid and received * documentation from home purchase* Any notices received from IRS * Property tax bills* College tuition and student loan interest statements * Medical Expenses * Real Estate Tax Statements * Sales Tax Statements* Real Estate Tax Statements * Sales Tax Statements* Charitable Contribution Receipts* Unreimbursed Business expense related to both you and your job.
REMEMBER – if you are married filing jointly BOTH SPOUSES MUST BE PRESENT to sign the return.