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]fiXP~U~~f AfH I~f Q) If IRS has mailed you estimated tax forms, does that m~ you are required to file one of these forms? A) You do not have to file an estimated tax declaration for 1970 unless you meet the require- ments as explained in the instruc- tions that came with the estimat. ed forms. Estimated tax forms have been sent to every taxpayer who filed an estimated return for 1969 as well as to those taxpayers who may have been liable for one because they had a balance due of $40 or more ~vhen they filed their 1968 return. The forms are tdentKied with the taxpayer's name, address and Social Secur- ity number just as they a~pear in IRS files. ,Read the instructions carefully and if you are required to file an estimated tax declaration, be sure to use the forms sent you. It will assure that your estimated tax ,payments are properly cred- ited to your account. Q) I just sent in my tax return. What records should I keep? A) Keep the records you need to substantiate the income and deduction reported on your re- turn. Cancelled checks, paid bills, Form.s W-2 (Wage and Tax Statement) and 1099 (U. S. In- formation Return for Calendar Year), bank books and similar records in addition to a copy of the return ~will be helpful. Q) Will the amou.rrt my daughter receives from college scholarship affect my depend- ency claim for her? A) No, amounts received from a scholarship for study at an ed- ucational institution do not *have to be included in total support in determining ~hether the sup- port test for dependents has been met. Q) My wife and I both received 1040 tax form pack~ges In the mail because we were single in 1968. We want to file joint return for 1969. Should we put both name labels on the return we file? A) No, use only your label since on joint returns the ac- count is primarily identified by the husband's Social Security number. You should insert your ~fe's first name and middle in- itial on your label and her Social Security m~mber in the space provided on the return. To make sure you are properly credited for a~l Fwithheld taxes and estimated tax paymev~ts, if any, enter the name your wife used when she ~iled her 1968 re- turn on the line under the ad- dress section of the form. Changes in address should be given here, too. Q) I still haven't received my W-2. Whet should I do? A) Ask your ~mployer about your W-2 statement. By law, employers ,are required .to pro- vide withholding statements to their employees by the end of January. Since January 31 is a Saturday, the deadline is Febru- ary 2, this year. Q) Does the fact that child is adopted make any difference for dependency purposes? A) legally adopted child is considered your child in apply- ing the dependency tests. Q) Last year I sent in my re- turn end W-2 end you figured my tax for me. Will you still do this with the new form? A) Yes, IRS will compute the tax just as it has in the past if your income in under $5,000 and consists of wages subject to wit'n- holding and not more than $200 of dividends, interest, and non- withheld ~vages. Ttds is explan- ed on the back of the Form 1040 you received in the mail. Q) Our community just put in some new sidewalks and assessed the property owners for the cost. Is this a deductivle expense? A) No, assessments for benvfits that tend to increase the value of property are not generally allow- ed as deductions. You may, how- ever, add the amount of your as- sessment to the cost basis of your property. Is Going on At New Bearcat Mixer Mill with Hydraulic Drive Used Bearcat Mixer Mill with Drop Feeder. COMPLETE SELECTION OF VET SUPPLIES TERRAMYCIN CRUMBLES - by the Bag or Ton Now's the Time to Figure Your IRRIGATION SYSTEM We have selectione of both new and used pumps and pipe on ha~l. The Pellet Mill is Running Daily IN DISTRICT COURT Sixth Judicial District STATE OF WYOMING ) )SS. County of Crook ) NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE IN THE ~A~ OF THE ESTATE OF E~CA H. EVANS, Deceased. All creditors and others inter- ested in .the estate af Eva H. Evans, deceased, take natice that the undersigned executor of said estate will, on or 'before the 6th day of March, 1970, file in the office of the Clerk o~ Court of Crook County his ~inal account and petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone inter- ested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing at any time before the 17th day of March, 1970, and if no obeotions are fil- ed ,thereto, he will make final settlement of said estate on the 18th day of March, 1970, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. /s/ Max Dana Evans, Executor Dated at Gillette, Wyoming this 5th day o~ February, 1970. Morgan & Brorby, law Offices 300 Gillette Avenue Gill~te, Wyoming Feb. 12, 19, 26, mar. 5, 1970. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT All creditors and others Inter- ested in ,the Estate of Gladys Rob- errs, Deceased, take notice that the undersigned executrix of said estate ~i~ll on or before the 27th day of FebruaLry, 1970 file in ,the office of the Clerk of Cour~ of Crook County, Wyoming, her final account and petition for distribution of said estate, where .anyone interested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in .writing on or before the 10th day of March, 1970, and if no objections are filed thereto, she witl make final satflement of said esta~ on the .1,1th day of ~arch, ~,970, or as soon thereafter as the matter ma~, ,be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyond~g, this 51fn da~, of February, 1970. Helen M. Ridinger, Executrix Reynolds & Hughes, Attorneys Feb. 5, 12, 19, 2(} NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the ~a,tter of .the Estate of Winston O. Larrabee, Deceased. Notice is hereby .given that letters Oesbamen.tary have been granted .to the undersigned ex- ecutor by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that M1 ,per- sons having claims against said estate are required ,to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court or to exhibit them wi,th the necessary vouch- ers on or before three months aoter February 5, 1970, the date of the first publication of this notice to .the undersigned execu- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundence, Wyo. Feb. 19, tor 'at the law offices of & H~ughes in Sund,ance, and .i~ suCh claims are not ed or exbhbited, they will ever barred. D~ted this 5th day of cry, 1970. Frederic O. Reynolds & Hughes, Feb. 5, 12, 19 Typewriter ribbons at The DR. T. H. PROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Ph. 578-1761, Deadwood Ground Floor, Franklin Hotel Buildin@ DR. OLIVER A. JEWETT OPTOMETRIST Ph. 892-4171 Belle 615 Fifth Avenuw Tuesday through Saturday DR. J. G. 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