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Delton District Library
Delton District Library
330 North Grove Street
PO Box 155
Delton, MI 49046-0155
269-623-8040
269-623-6740 Fax

9AM to 5PM Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10AM to 7PM Tuesday, Thursday
9AM to 1PM Saturday
CLOSED Sunday
 
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April 2015 Newsletter

Jan 15 2015 by Linda

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Jan 20 2015 by Linda


Digital Library

Delton District Library's Digital Library is open 24/7!  Our Digital Library offers eBooks, audiobooks, research databases, articles and music.

 

We are excited to share that many more eBooks and audiobooks are now available to download for Delton Library cardholders.  In addition to our own collection of Books, Delton is now part of the Woodlands Downloadable Library.  Simply click on the OverDrive link here and use your library card to get started.  Need help figuring it out?  Give us a call or stop in.  We are always happy to help.

Woodlands Downloadable Library

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Jan 20 2015 by Linda


Tax Time

Note that the IRS plans to open the 2015 filing season and begin processing individual income tax returns on January 20th, 2015. 

The IRS has announced that individual and business taxpayers will no longer receive paper income tax packages in the mail from the IRS. The IRS is taking this step because of the continued growth in electronic filing and the availability of free options to taxpayers, as well as to help reduce costs.

There are numerous free options available for taxpayers to obtain tax products, tax preparation and assistance in filing their tax returns:

  • Forms and instructions are available online (see links below).
(Note that some printed forms may not be available until late February, and the City of Grand Rapids will not be providing printed tax forms to libraries)
  • Delton library will have a limited number of popular forms available for free. Many libraries also have a master book of current Federal forms available for reproduction. Library staff can assist you in finding and printing tax forms, although legal and ethical codes prohibit staff from giving income tax advice or opinions. Normal printing and copy fees will apply to all tax forms printed from the internet or photocopied.

Jan 20 2015 by Linda


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