Saturday, January 24, 2015

Tax Scams

Phone Scams Continue to be a Serious Threat.  They remain on

the IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2015 Filing 

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Affordable Care Act Enrollment Help at the Library

http://getcoveredillinois.gov/

Online enrollment at GetCoveredIllinois.gov  runs from November 15, 2014  through February 15, 2015  for 2015 health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. 
Call ACA health insurance  Navigator Elizabeth Fahey at 847-644-5344, to book a 90-minute appointment at the Glenview Library on one of the following Saturdays: December 6 or 20; Janurary 10 or24 or February 10.
 Here's a list of what you need to bring with you.
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Friday, January 2, 2015

Glenview Senior Housing Assistance Program 2015


The Village's Senior Housing Assistance Program is designed to assist older Glenview residents with their property taxes or rent. Applications for the 2015 program are now available. The Village has approved up to $1,850 per year toward rent or property taxes for qualifying Glenview seniors.

Click here to download the application and instructions.
 
Completed applications and documentation will be accepted at Glenview Village Hall Senior Services, 1225 Waukegan Road (lower level), from February 2 through 6 -- one week only -- after which home visits will be scheduled. Applicants will be notified of their status by the end of March. Call (847) 904-4366 with questions.

Are You a Lazy Searcher?

When you search the internet, do you enjoy getting dozens of bad results and filtering through crazy web sites before finding the credible research you need?  Do you want internet research to be as easy as possible? Do you always go to Google first?  Do you want to search where you will only find articles written by credible authors from reliable sources? If so, you should go to the Glenview Public Library's electronic resources web page and use the library's web page. Library online research will save you time and give you better results with less effort.  It's easy and all you need is a library card.

Your library is more than books on the shelf. Today the public library web site provides access to eBooks, eJournals, newspapers, magazines and article indexes from any online device 24/7.  We can offer you access to thousands of online publications free for the asking, clickable, keyword searchable, and in full text. Download an article, print it or email it to yourself.  Log in with your library card bar code number to search Academic Search Premier, Gale Virtual Reference Center or one of dozens of online research databases we offer to library members.

If you like working harder at research keep using Google as your online search engine. If you are lazy and want to be more efficient with search results that are factual, reliable and up to date, use your library's research web pages.