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April 18, 2019
 

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Kirtland's Auto manager's special 2010 Ford Escape XLT

The new "manager's special" at Kirtland's Auto Sales, North Main Street, Bluffton, is a 2010 Ford Escape XLT priced at $17,495, according to Jim Kinn, Kirtland's manager.
The vehicle is loaded with options.

For a printer-friendly copy description of the vehicle open the attachment at the bottom of this story.

Drive Time starting next series of classes Jan. 13

Drive Time Driving Instruction, 4171 State Route 235, Ada, announced it's next series of classes.  The series starts on Sunday, Jan. 13., according to Sara Kisseberth of Drive Time. She added that the classes include:

  • 24 hours of required classroom instruction
  • Six sessions scheduled over a two-week period with your input
  • 8 hours of behind-the-wheel training
  • We'll pick you up and drop you off
  • No need to come to the office
  • Carefully chosen, highly qualified instructors

Click the ad above for information on enrolling.

IRS offers tax tips for "The Season of Giving"

December is traditionally a month for giving generously to charities, friends and family. But it’s also a time that can have a major impact on the tax return you’ll file in the New Year.

Here are some “Season of Giving” tips from the IRS covering everything from charity donations to refund planning:

Contribute to Qualified Charities

If you plan to take an itemized charitable deduction on your 2012 tax return, your donation must go to a qualified charity by Dec. 31. Ask the charity about its tax-exempt status.

Written thanks and other basic rules for tax-deductible donations

Thanksgiving to New Year’s is a time for holiday generosity and tax-minimizing thrift.  Last year, about 25 percent of the Ohioans who filed federal individual tax returns claimed tax deductions for charitable donations, to the tune of $4.7 billion. 

Individuals have some basic rules to follow to claim the tax savings, but they’re not alone.  Charitable organizations benefiting from the generosity and thrift of Ohio ’s tax-savvy donors also have some basic rules to follow to ensure that their donors’ contributions qualify as tax-deductible. 

By following Internal Revenue Service rules and through mutual support, taxpayers and charitable organizations both benefit.

IRS seeks volunteers for free tax prep programs in Ohio

Recruitment is underway throughout Ohio for volunteers and partner organizations for the Internal Revenue Service’s free tax preparation programs.  Volunteers must receive training and achieve certification over the next two months to be ready for the start of the 2013 tax filing season.

The IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs offer free tax help to seniors as well as to low-to-moderate income and disabled individuals.  Partner organizations set up free tax preparation sites in local communities, where volunteers meet with and assist qualifying taxpayers.

Support Veterans with Jerry Lewis’ McDonald’s Restaurants

Jerry Lewis’ McDonald’s Restaurants are celebrating and honoring  Veterans. On Monday, Nov. 12, Veterans Day, all customers can buy one Big Mac or Quarter Pounder with Cheese and get a second Big Mac or Quarter Pounder with Cheese for just 12 cents, at any of Jerry Lewis’ McDonald’s restaurants.

In addition, Jerry Lewis’ McDonald’s will honor veterans by making a donation to a local veteran’s organization for every Big Mac and Quarter Pounder with Cheese sold on Monday the 12th.

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