Upcoming VTPA Meeting

first_imgThe Vermont Tax Practitioners Association (VTPA) will hold its next regular meeting on Tuesday, December 10th from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Best Western Hotel (formerly the Holiday Inn) just off Exit 10 of I-89 in Waterbury, Vt.The morning session will be presented by a representative of the Internal Revenue Service and will examine new tax changes for the upcoming tax season.The afternoon session will be by the Vermont Department of Taxes and will also preview the 2002 tax year, with a special emphasis on the new tax forms and changes to the Act 60 process.The meeting is free for VTPA members who have paid their 2002 dues. Annual VTPA membership dues are $50 payable in advance or at the meeting. Prospective members or other interested persons may attend one introductory meeting without charge. Lunch is an additional $10 charge for all attending. For more membership information call Rick Kane at (802) 463-1503.The Vermont Tax Practitioners Association is a professional organization formed in 1975 to advance the education of all those interested in the field of taxation. Members meet five times a year for workshops and networking.last_img read more


One killed in 3-car crash in Chenango County

first_imgThe crash is under investigation. The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office says Kathryn Frear of Greene, N.Y. was killed when a box truck struck her car from behind and caused her vehicle to strike the back of a tractor-trailer in front of her. She was pronounced dead at the scene, they say. Authorities say the tractor-trailer slowed down to attempt to make a turn but the box truck failed stop for the slowing vehicles, striking Frear’s vehicle. (WBNG) — Authorities say one person was killed in a three-vehicle crash on State Route 12 in Chenango County Wednesday morning.center_img The sheriff’s office says the driver of the box truck sustained minor injuries and the driver of the tractor-trailer was unharmed. The Oxford Fire Department, Brisben Fire Department, Greene EMS, Norwich Fire Department and New York State Department of Transportation also responded.last_img read more