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PUC Offers Winter Storm Safety Tips

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission reminds households of the steps they can take to prepare for, and recover safely from, storm-related power outages. (12/14/2020)

Tax Time Guide: Check Out These Free Tax Return Preparation Options

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that free tax help is available in-person at nearly 11,000 volunteer sites nationwide and online through IRS Free File.

IRS Launches Identity Theft Central

The Internal Revenue Service has launched Identity Theft Central, designed to improve online access to information on identity theft and data security protection for taxpayers, tax professionals and businesses.

IRS Announces New Form 1040-SR - Alternative Filing Option For Seniors

The Internal Revenue Service wants seniors to know about the availability of a new tax form, Form 1040-SR, featuring larger print and a standard deduction chart with a goal of making it easier for older Americans to read and use.

New Online Tool Helps Immigrants "Make a Plan"

The Immigration Advocates Network has a new online tool to help people who are worried about aggressive immigration enforcement actions "Make a Plan" to prepare for potential detention or deportation.

New FTC Spanish-Language Video Tells How to Spot and Report Imposter Scams

The Federal Trade Commission has introduced a new Spanish-language video about impostor scams. The video is a first-person account from a Latina who was harassed by scammers impersonating court officials and lawyers, who tried to coerce her into paying hundreds of dollars for a debt she didn’t owe.

How do I Change or Correct my Name on My Social Security number Card?

If you legally change your name because of marriage, divorce, court order or any other reason, you must tell Social Security so you can get a corrected card. Learn how to do so from the Social Security Administration.

Benefit Fact Sheets

This is a listing of Veterans Benefits Administration Fact Sheets from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs on numerous issues which are of interest to veterans, servicepersons (including Reserve and National Guard members), and their dependents and survivors.

Justice at Work Available to Assist Migrant Farmworkers

Justice at Work legal services is available to assist farmworkers, mushroom workers and food processing workers in PA and migrant farmworkers who have been employed in PA and have claims arising out of their employment in PA.

Legal Assistance for Military Personnel Available in Pennsylvania

Summary of programs providing legal assistance to military personnel, veterans and their families in Pennsylvania from Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, Inc.

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