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  Subject:   Tax Seminar for Grad students

  Sponsor:   GSPB

  Date:   Wednesday, March 3, 1999

  Time:   3pm - 4pm

  Location:   Geology-Corner (Lecture Room 320-105) [look for it in a campus map][new]

  Sponsor URL:   http://www.stanford.edu/group/gspb

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            FREE TAX ADVICE SEMINAR FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS

Over the last few years, Congress has made changes to the tax code
WHICH CAN SAVE GRADUATE STUDENTS MONEY!  In order to benefit from
these changes, you need to understand how they work.  Therefore, the
Graduate Student Programming Board and the Graduate Student Council
have invited a tax expert to give a talk to Grad Students about
general tax issues for graduate students.  The tax expert is Ms.
Julie Gee from KPMG LLP in San Francisco.

A little time spent on understanding tax laws might save you several
hundred dollars in each of the next few years.  It is worth your time
to attend this seminar!

We have scheduled two sessions, each of which will cover the same
material, in order to accommodate the most peoples' schedules.

When:   WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd, at two different times. The seminar will
        also be taped and later screened on SCBN for your convenience.

                      Mark your calendars now!

        12 noon - 1:00 pm: Jordan Hall (Lecture Room 420-040)

        3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Geology-Corner (Lecture Room 320-105)

        Both lecture halls are in the Main Quad.  For a campus map
        showing these locations use the links at the GSPB home page:
                   http://www.stanford.edu/group/gspb

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SEND US YOUR TAX QUESTIONS:

To allow Ms. Gee to best prepare her talk to meet graduate student
needs, please feel free to send general and specific questions
about taxes to:

          tax@drizzle.stanford.edu

We will collect your questions via email and forward them to
Ms. Gee to help her prepare her seminar.

Let us know, for example:
*    What confuses you most about completing tax forms?
*    Do you have any questions about estimated taxes? Tuition
     deductions? Fellowships?  Stipends?
*    What do you want to know about tax credits for education
     related expenses?  Interest deductions for student loan repayment?
     Tax free withdrawals from IRAs for education related expenses?
     Other changes in the tax code?

Brought to you by the Graduate Student Programming Board and the
Graduate Student Council

           http://www.stanford.edu/group/gspb
         http://www.stanford.edu/group/assu/grad

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OTHER TAX RESOURCES AVAILABLE FROM THE GRADUATE STUDENT COUNCIL

 Event history: Submitted by jfan on 28-Feb-1999;


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