Award-winning environmental journalist Andrew Reeves discusses his book, Overrun: Dispatches from the Asian Carp Crisis. In his book, Reeves traces the carp’s explosive spread throughout North America from an unknown import meant to tackle invasive water weeds to a continental scourge that bulldozes through everything in its path and now threatens to reach the Great Lakes.
Tax season for the 2018 year will begin in early January 2019. The filing deadline will be April 15, 2019.
There will be a limited number of Federal tax forms sent to the Hudson Library & Historical Society (and all other libraries nationwide) this year.
You can obtain copies of additional forms through:
Visit the IRS website for information on filing federal taxes: https://www.irs.gov/Filing
In recent years the Ohio Department of Taxation has found that only 10% of printed personal income tax returns end up being filed with the state of Ohio. To eliminate this waste of paper, they are ending bulk distributions of paper forms. Income Tax Instruction booklets, however, will continue to be sent to libraries.
Paper forms can still be obtained by:
Deliveries of Income Tax Instruction booklets will begin in January 2019. Since we do not know exactly when they will be delivered, you may want to call the reference desk at 330.653.6658 x1010 to find out if we have received them.
R.I.T.A. forms are no longer available at the library. Please visit the websites below or ask for assistance at the reference desk in printing these forms.
Contact Adult Reference by calling 330-653-6658 x1010, or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.