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Links you to state comptroller';s office web sites where you can see if they are holding any unclaimed funds that belong to you. There is also a multi-state search tool.
Onondaga County Health Department’s website provides this on–line service for scheduling a flu shot appointment. A calendar/list of public flu clinics gives locations, dates, times and directions.
A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, this nonpartisan,
nonprofit website monitors the "factual accuracy of what is said by
major U.S. political players."
A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, this nonpartisan, nonprofit web site monitors the "factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players."
This link takes you to a current list of jobs within 20 miles of Syracuse. Click "Modify Search" to change the search parameters --for example if you want to look for jobs up to 50 miles away.
This site offers a map view of local gas prices. Click to get the date of the report and information on the price of various gas grades.
Current Hot Topics PLUS links that used to be featured on the front page of the website may be found at the link below.
The State of New York is currently holding billions of dollars in unclaimed funds.
Does any of it belong to you?
Links to forms from all 50 states (and Puerto Rico) plus links to official online filing sites for the states that offer this service.
Download your federal tax forms and instructions here.
Eagle Newspapers' official Internet site includes local news, sports, calendar of events, classifieds and links to Central New York resources.
Tracks the performance records of over 42,000 public office holders and candidates. Special feature: search by zip code to retrieve information about state and federal representatives.
Whether you are new to the computer, returning for review or just want to gain more 21st century skills, free computer tutorials from GCF LearnFree can help. From computer basics and online safety to social media and using the cloud, you'll find a wide range of free technology tutorials.
If you earned $60,000 or less in 2014, you're eligible to prepare and e-file both your federal and state returns at no cost. Use the approved e-file software providers in this link to get started. Once you're on the company's Web site, review the information to ensure it meets your needs.
Starting January 2015, if your income is below $60,000, you can visit one of the New York FSA sites to e-file your federal and state returns for free. Staff will be on hand to answer questions and help guide you through the filing process as needed.
This portal is a fast, easy and secure way for working families and individuals who made $58,000 or less in 2014 to file their federal and state taxes online for free--and it will ensure they get their refunds quickly.
Search by address, zip code or county to find a Tax-Aide location near you.
Online courses presented by educators from top UK and International universities. Free courses in a range of topics; from Science & Technology to Arts & Humanities, from Body & Mind to Business & Management
Quick reference guide for Microsoft PowerPoint for Mac, from CustomGuide
Quick reference card for Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, 2 sided pdf from CustomGuide