Each month, Vermont Legal Aid attorney Kelli Kazmarski is available in Newport to discuss your legal questions about housing, divorce, custody, debt collection and more. Kazmarski is also part of a rotating roster of volunteer lawyers who do free legal clinics in St. Johnsbury.
The deadline is approaching! December 15 will be the last day to sign up for or change your health insurance through Vermont Health Connect.
Patients who are Deaf or hard of hearing will get better interpretation services at the University of Vermont Medical Center because of recent settlements.
The State of Vermont’s Adult Protective Services program investigates allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation of vulnerable adults. The public is invited to comment on the Adult Protective Services program in person or in writing.
The Unclaimed Property Division of the Vermont State Treasurer Office reunites Vermont residents with their lost or abandoned money or assets.
A federal court preliminarily approved a settlement agreement in Ryan v. Hargan, 5:14-cv-269-gwc (D. Vt.). The case involves the Medicare agency.
The open enrollment period for buying (or changing) a 2018 Vermont Health Connect plan is November 1 to December 15, 2017. Despite recent news, Vermonters who qualify for cost-sharing reductions (CSRs) and premium tax credits will continue to get them.
Depending on your income, you may be eligible for a reduction in your property taxes or a rebate on the rent you paid. The original due date for these forms was in April. However, you can still file with a $15 late fee.
The Office of the Health Care Advocate (HCA) is a terrific resource for Vermonters. Recently we added more questions and answers about health care and health insurance to our online help tool. You can click through a few questions and then hit the button to “Get Results!”
The State of Vermont has sent 20,000 letters to Vermonters who may not be paying tax on their online purchases. If you do not pay Vermont sales tax when you make an online purchase, then the state wants you to pay it later when you file your Vermont taxes. This is called “use tax."
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