COLUMBIA, Mo. – Identity thieves thrive during tax filing season.
Take steps to prevent those electronic criminals from lining their pockets with your refund and personal information, says University of Missouri Extension personal finance specialist Andrew Zumwalt.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension personal finance specialist Andrew Zumwalt offers three reasons why you should file a tax return even if it is not required.
First, you might get a refund of taxes withheld from a paycheck or pension, Zumwalt says. Also, some tax credits generate a refund. Examples include the Child Tax Credit and American Opportunity Credit. You can learn more about these credits at www.irs.gov.
Several members of the New Melle Chamber of Commerce are looking to fill various positions. If interested, apply as directed.
The St. Charles County Council will meet Monday, February 12 at 7 p.m. in the Executive Building/Council Chambers, 100 N. Third Street in St. Charles. To view the agenda and associated documents, click the link below:
The Missouri Department of Transportation will close a section of Route T in St. Charles County next weekend to replace an underground culvert.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Most of Missouri remains in a drought, according to a map released Feb. 8 by the National Drought Mitigation Center.
The Easter Bunny is coming to the Youth Activity Park (YAP) in Dardenne Prairie, Saturday, March 24! To celebrate his arrival, the St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department is hosting several age-specific egg hunts and activities for children of all abilities. This fun-filled program is free, but space is limited and registration required.
St. Charles Community College will host the 21st annual High School Math Tournament in cooperation with mathleague.org on Saturday, March 3. Both teams and individuals from new and returning high schools, grades 9-12, are invited to participate. The tournament will be held in the SCC Student Center and Administration Building, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville.
Source: Andrew Zumwalt, 573-884-1690
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Now that the Internal Revenue Service is accepting 2017 tax returns, filing early is a good idea, says University of Missouri Extension personal finance specialist Andrew Zumwalt. It is especially recommended if filers expect to receive a tax refund.
State Rep. Bryan Spencer will hold a series of town hall meetings to give his constituents a chance to make their voices heard on the issues under consideration by the state legislature. Spencer is encouraging his constituents to make plans to attend one of three town halls that will take place Feb. 17 and Feb. 24 in New Melle, Wentzville, and Wright City.