The IRS offers this page to assist unemployed taxpayers.
This is information from the IRS on two new tax benefits available to employers hiring workers who were previously employed or only working part-time.
“The 2010 Census is the 23rd headcount of the population in our nation’s history. To highlight the grand tradition of the decennial census, we [U. S. Census Bureau] present a profile of each census starting with the first one in 1790.”–From the Website.
“Search the NCDC Storm Event database to find various types of storms recorded in your county or use other selection criteria as desired”–From the Web site.
Thanks to Kay Due in Administration for telling about this website from the American Public Health Association (APHA.)
The following information is from the site:
“When it’s time to change your clocks because of daylight saving time, remember to check your preparedness kit to make sure your emergency stockpile isn’t missing any items and that the food hasn’t expired. APHA’s Get Ready: Set Your Clocks, Check Your Stocks campaign is reminding people to refresh their emergency supplies before a disaster occurs.”
The University of Arizona Center For Creative Photography offers this collection of 2665 items relating to Ansel Adams, which include many of his photographs, correspondence, memorabilia, interviews, and more.
USA Today offers these salaries databases for NFL football player, MLB baseball players, NBA basketball players, and NHL hockey players.
“The collections described in this Directory database provide research, reference, and interlibrary loan services to scholars interested in the history of the health sciences. Some of the subjects include: dentistry, veterinary medicine, nursing, military medicine, and pharmacy. While the Directory is by no means exhaustive, it serves to draw attention to the depth and variety of history of medicine collections available to researchers.”–From the Web site.