|Earned Income Credit||
This page tells you about the Earned Income Credit (EIC), which is also called the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), who can get it, and what the rules are. It also tells you where to find information about the Vermont Earned Income Credit and how it can help you get assistance buying food.
|Advokat za usluge u oblasti zdravstvene zaštite||Nazovite 1-800-917-7787 da biste mogli razgovarati s advokatom za usluge u oblasti zdravstvene zaštite. Ured Health Care Advocate nije osiguravajuće društvo i nije dio državne vlasti Vermonta. Radi se o specijalnom projektu u okviru pravne pomoći države Vermont, tj. o nezavisnom neprofitnom advokatskom uredu.|
|Making Counterclaims Against Your Landlord||
A counterclaim is a lawsuit brought by the defendant against a plaintiff in an existing lawsuit. These instructions and forms will help you decide whether you can or should file counterclaims against your landlord, and how to do that.
|Other Tax Links||Additional links to help you with your taxes.|
|Emergency Guardianship||This page provides information about emergency guardianship for adults. Emergency guardianship is when there is a need for a guardian right away, so the Judge appoints a temporary guardian.|
This page briefly describes the Medicare health insurance program.
|How To Be Involved in Vermont Health Care Reform||In Vermont, members of the public have several ways to get involved in health care reform. You can attend meetings to learn more about changes that are being considered. You can also speak or write comments to express your opinions about general or specific topics. This page tells you how to find out about health care reform topics that are being discussed. It also tells you how you can be a part of the conversation.|
Medicaid provides low-cost or free coverage for low-income children, young adults under age 21, parents, pregnant women, caretaker relatives, and those who are blind, disabled or age 65 or older. The income and resources of you and your spouse must be within Medicaid limits.
|Repossession Overview||Did you borrow money to buy or lease your car or truck? The business or bank that loaned you the money is called the "lender." You probably signed a contract about the loan with the lender. Most loan contracts for cars and trucks say that if the borrower "defaults" the lender can "repossess" the car or truck.|
|Tax Filing Help||If your family income is between $54,000 and $62,500, you may be able to get free help to file your income tax return and apply for a property tax adjustment or renter rebate.|
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