|Workers' Compensation||This page has information about workers' compensation for if you are hurt on the job.|
Fair housing laws protect against discrimination in housing in Vermont. Fair housing means not being discriminated against when you rent or buy a home. It also means that everyone has a right to live in a neighborhood or community where all kinds of people are welcome.
|Fill out Form 813A - Financial Affidavit: Income and Expenses||
Use this CourtFormPrep program to fill out form 813A, the income and expenses financial affidavit for when you are going through a divorce.
A list of forms you may need when dealing with a legal issue or problem in Vermont.
|Penalties for Filing and Paying Taxes Late||
If you are getting a refund, there is no penalty if you file a late tax return. But if you owe taxes and you don’t file and pay on time, you’ll usually owe interest and penalties on the taxes you pay late.
A guardian is a person appointed by a court who is given specific powers and responsibilities to make decisions for the person under guardianship. The purpose is to provide protection while a person cannot manage personal care or financial matters. This page explains different types of guardianships in Vermont.
|Supplemental Plans – Medicare||
Medicare typically covers about 80% of the cost for its covered services. Many people purchase a “supplemental plan” (also known as Medigap plan) to help cover the remaining costs.
|Vermont Long-Term Care Ombudsman Project||
The Vermont Long-Term Care Ombudsman Project promotes the rights of people getting long-term care services. We have staff members and trained volunteers who work in every part of Vermont. We are a free service for Vermonters. Long-term care is a range of services and support for your personal care needs. Most long-term care isn't medical care – it is help with basic activities of daily living.
|Other Resources||You may find these resources about health care to be helpful.|
|Contact Information for Help with Debt Collection||
This page provides contact information for various agencies and organizations that can help you with debt collection.
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