Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on April 11, 1966 · Page 20
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A - PCCHESUri I'L.MwCPAT AND tnnUNivJLt Monday. April 11. 136o liuiiiiiiimHiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniin fNAflfJir rlhlt furtri The Gals Led Women Control Money EARLY BIRD mm MONDAY AND TUESDAY APRIL 11 and 12 In Tax Line fflXBi Parked by I lie par ken of Muu Hoy MONROE 2609 W. HENRIETTJt BO. iit crittiioii a TOWN LINE RDS. . . . A OUT! ft Mb. can Another common question of womra visitors rnnt-rrni college students at dependents. Hofmann dears up the Issue this way: As long as the student Is in an accredited school for five months of the year, he can be claimed as a dependent of the parents, provided the parents provide more than one-half of his support no matter how much he makes. If the college student earns over $600, he must file also. It is not required by law for him to file if he makes under $600; however, he must file to receive a refund of his witheld taxes. 5 ii 5 THE CASUALTY LOSS DEDUCTION IS another problem area. Ordinarily one can deduct a casualty loss which was not Insured no recovery was received from it. However, the first $100 cannot be claimed and that applies for each casualty. Under deductions associated with one's car, Hofmann points out that a deduction at the rate of five cents a mile can be made for charitable driving. The five cents a mile rate also holds if one uses his car to go for medical treatment for himself or a dependent. Hofmann reminds filers that license plate "fees" and drivers' license "fees" are no longer deductible. Nor are excise taxes or tobacco By LYNN CAKLSOV Women are outnumbering men In one of the few remaining male tanctuariei the office of the Internal Revenue Bureau. Joseph M. Hofmann, district director'! representative In Rochester, reports that substantially more women call or come into the State Street office than men, The reaioni, tayi Hofmann, are that nirn work and womrn can find more time to stop in and that In many households it's the woman who controls the purne strings. The majority of questions the women have on their minds concern itemizing deductions. )fS JjS jfc MOST PERPLEXING IS THE NEW YORK State sales tax deduction. The three per cent Monroe county sales tax was in effect for the entire year of 1965. The two per cent State sales tax went into effect last August, so there was a five per cent sales tax for five months. However, in the New York State instruction book a sales tax table is given only for the two per cent sales tax. Both sales taxes are deductible and the Internal Revenue office has a tax table incorporating the Monroe county tax and the state tax, commensurate with income and exemptions. lates. The gasoline tat, real estate tax and the New York Mate income lax are deductible. The amount of New York State tax deductible on the Federal return consists of the total amount of New York State tax witheld in 1965 plus any payment made to New York State in 1965, either as balance on a l'.64 return or as payment on an estimated lax to New York State. A refund received from a 1964 return is included as taxable income in 1165, if deductions were itemized in 1964. t',t sj: A CIIANKK IN REPORTING DIVIDENDS confuses .some of the women. Previously, tax payers were able to exclude the first $50 of dividends, per tax payer. Now $100 can be excluded, per tax payer. However, the dividend received credit of four per cent has been eliminated. In the same category of reporting dividends and interest Hofmann stresses that all interest is taxable, under or over f 10, althuogh some banks send out notices of amounts only over $10. Technical advice is also frequently required by women in the sticky areas of retirement income credit, sick pay exclusion and moving expenses. COMSTOCEC FAMOUS Brand SLDCEE) BACOEVI PIE FILLING J 5)Sc lb. pkf. 9-QZ. cans jiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim asfiiiifiaataftiiittiiititiffiiiiifiitittiiiaiiiitsiiiaitiiiaiiiaiissiiiiifisfiiiiiifiiiifiiifiitiaisiiiciiiiaiitisiii Freh Ground From Mayronp Savory-Aged HreJ HAMBURG PILLSBURY Pie Crust Sticks Wedding Bells in Their Futures n r sv lb. 'll-Jl SAVE 11c Mb. 3-oz. pkg. ing for a master's degree in accounting. Miss Martin is a music education major. They plan to marry Aug. 28 in Benkelman Methodist Church. announced by the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Martin of Benkelman, Neb. Mr. Lowe is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Wesley G. Lowe of Grassmere Park. He is study Miss Merritt is a graduate of Skidmore College and is at present with the Poloroid Corp. in Cambridge , Mass. She is the granddaughter of the late Prof. Ernest Merritt, first dean of the graduate school at Cornell University, and the late Mrs. Merritt of SAVE 14c LUX LIQUID BLUEBIRD FROZEN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 a 25 Announcement has been made of the engagement of Mrs. Jane Preston Grimes of Jacksonville, Fla., to Neil Kirk MacLennan of Toronto, Canada. He is the son of Rev. David A. MacLennan and Mrs. MacLennan of Harper Drive, Pittsford. Mrs. Grimes, widow of Lt. Cdr. William Elmer Grimes, USN, is the daughter of Arthur George Preston of Rushford Lake, Rushford, and the late Mrs. Preston. She attended the University of Buffalo. Mr. MacLennan is a graduate of Yale nUiversity, Yale School of Architecture, University of Toronto School of Architecture. He did further post-graduate work at Cambridge University , England, and Helsinki, Finland. They will be married April 23 in Brick Presbyterian Church where the prospective bridegroom's father is senior minister. Prof, and Mrs. Howard S. Merritt of Bellevue Drive announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jessica Hansom Merritt, to Ronald B. Moskovitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Moskovitz of Memphis, Tenn. PSUEDE & LEATHERS 1-pt. 6-oz. Btl. GARMENTS-CLEANED REFINISHED in Rochester! 10 Da ServIce All Apptrtl with Sutd or Laathar Trim should b clnd by SpeeUliit! Rerws Florida Ruby Red m a B LAUI M Ithaca. She also is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Holway Hill of Wellesley, Mass. Mr. Moskovitz was graduated cum laude from Williams College where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He is a student at Harvard Law School and the grandson of Mrs. Joseph Bloomfield of Memphis and the late Mr. Bloomfield, and of Mrs. Morris Hanover also of Memphis and the late Herman Moskovitz. A July 2 wedding is planned. The engagement of two For Regular or Teflon Pan$ SCOUR FLOWER SCOURING PADS COATS, DRESSES t SUITS DYED, and PRESSED TO ORIGINAL SIZE RorheMer'$ Kxrlutire SLR A C.leaneri GRAPEFRUIT FOODS FASHIONS jet and so for K5 U JIV. 10 SENECA DYERS, INC. 1227 Maple St. ' ', FA 8-1734 1' Ml. I til 12 m Only SlftA Cltnrt r tpprovtd by National Trtntn Council Lb nen University of Nebraska students. Miss Janet Kay Martin and Douglas Sandin Lowe, is WEDDINGS ACTIVITIES Why buy a low-priced car when you can get a high-priced car for th esame money outside mirror for safer passing. Come In and look over our Catalina. Drive It. Price It. And then you'll know what we mean when we say If you're spending about $3000 for a new car and not getting a Pontiac, something's wrong. like the bold, split-grille styling, Wide-Track ride and handling, and a resale value the record books show is consistently up there with the leaders. And, of course, a package of seven standard safety items like padded visors and dash and an Especially when you can get that big Catalina there. With a wheelbasa that's a good two inches longer, Interior! a lot roomier and a 389 cu. in. V-8 out front that gives you at least 50 mora standard horsepower. Along with typically Pontiac virtues Wide -Track Pontiac Catalina (A big, powerful Pontiac for less than $3000 ) M.oulc(ur.r' .ugg.it.d rtttll orlee. for C.talln. J- tnd 4-doer hirdlop. nd tni i-toar 4.r tr. tM Im. (ti.n W000. ThM. irl... Inalud Im lu " uggu'.d in'v d.livary ind handling .htrg... Transocrtttion narg, il.tt nd loul ttuM, mMtOflM nd eptiansl .quipm.nl tddition.1. I 1 , v J ntwiEE!! iXDi II II J,-- : R; 't ;B $ J f : f , . fyfr?. !TT J m r -L " I naturally, it's ROUX fanci-full rinse Our colorists pamper your hair even when you're in a hurry provide Instant hair color make-up that colors while your hair is set. Just dry then brush and gol The wonderful hair saver? 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