IRS Programs And Regulations That Can Benefit Individuals With Disabilities

first_imgYou need a computer with speakers or a headset, Internet connection and a browser with the Flash Player plug-in (free software). If you do not have speakers or a headset, please contact us for other arrangements. You will need to verify your version of Flash and download the latest update by visiting the Adobe websiteTo enter the session, follow these steps:1. Open the session room in your web browser. You will use the following link: http://breeze.iu.edu/assetdevelopmentandfinancialliteracy/2. Choose Enter as a Guest.3. Type your name and click Enter Room.4. If you have any questions or comments, type them in the chat area. The host will read them off to the presenter.Please contact Susan Henning-Harris at [email protected]indiana.edu or at (812) 855-6508 if you have questions or need assistance.Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedATFAQ036 – Q1. Dual-Channel Headset for phone and pc access Q2. IFTTT control of electrical outlets Q3. Magnification options for computer’s with small monitors. Q4. Accessible creative writing software (Scrivener) Q5. wearables, smart watches and accessibilityAugust 22, 2016In “Assistive Technology FAQ (ATFAQ) Podcast”More IRS Aid for People with DisabilitiesMarch 8, 2011In “Organizations”ATFAQ056 – Q1 Why Todoist Q2 Voice commands on phone Q3 List of AT for college library students Q4 Durable headphones Q5 Intellikeys replacement Q6 Small grips for smart phone Q7 Dragon NaturallySpeaking Medical Q8 Roomba and Internet of thingsJune 26, 2017In “Assistive Technology FAQ (ATFAQ) Podcast” Attendees who have never used Adobe Connect or who are using Adobe Connect on a new computer or from a new location should test their connection well in advance of the scheduled meeting to be sure they are able to enter the meeting room.center_img Webinar graphicOn December 15 at 10:00am-11:30am the Asset Development and Financial Literacy Initiative will host a Webinar featuring presenter Kate McKnight, Senior Tax Specialist for the Internal Revenue Service. Ms. McKnight will discuss helpful IRS programs and regulations for individuals with disabilities. In addition, Ms. McKnight will offer recommendations on where to find useful resources.  Registration is not required.  Anyone who connects via the URL below may view and participate in the event.The following are instructions to connect to the live webinar on December 15, 2010 10-11:30am:Connect to this live presentation using your computer.last_img

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