Free Tax Help Offered through VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) centers
Volunteers help people with basic tax returns, particularly those with low and limited income, individuals with disabilities, non-English speaking and elderly taxpayers.
Santa Barbara County Family Opportunity Center
526 W. Montecito Street, Santa Barbara
Monday-Thursdays, 5-8pm & Saturdays 9am-3pm
Call 730-1188 during these hours
309 S. Voluntario Street, Santa Barbara
Monday-Thursdays, 5-8pm & Saturdays 9am-3pm
Call 966-6581 during these hours
Los Adobes de Maria
290 Parkview South, Santa Maria
By appointment only, 938-9802
El Concilio del Condado de Ventura
305 South C Street, Oxnard
Oxnard College Job & Career
4000 S. Rose Avenue, Oxnard
By appointment only, 986-7331
Ventura Job & Career Center
4601 Telephone Rd, Ste. 109, Ventura
By appointment only, 648-9303
What to bring:
This year’s tax package and/or label
All forms, W-2 and 1099’s
Information for other income
Information for all deductions/credits
A copy of last year’s tax return
Bank routing numbers and account numbers for Direct Deposit
For Schedule C assistance in Santa Barbara, please call in advance and set up an appointment with WEV’s Loan Fund Officer, Andria Martinez, at 965-6073 x108. She volunteers most Thursdays 5-8pm and Saturdays 12-3pm at the Family Opportunity Center site.
WEV Got Business Membership
Take advantage of all the benefits!
Listing in WEV’s online business directory
Monthly updates through WEV’s e-newsletter, WEV Got News
Complimentary “Meet Your Coach” session plus 10 coaching sessions
Member rates for:
Business counseling ($40 or 3 sessions for $100)
Personal coaching (after first 10 sessions, sessions may be added in sets of 3 for $100)
Think BIG conferences ($120, if purchased at least 2 weeks in advance)
Think BIG expo tables ($50)
Don’t wait – join now to receive the Charter Membership rate of $100 to begin accessing these benefits today!
Performance Measures – You Get What You Measure
Presented by Institute of Management Accountants. Speaker: C.S. “Bud” Kulesza, CMA, CFM.
This presentation focuses on the need to link performance measures to
the strategies of a company in choosing the right measurements for success. Some of the more common measurements used by businesses will be presented as well as the “Balanced Scorecard” approach to performance measurement.
DATE: Wednesday, April 9
TIME: 6 pm
LOCATION: Stateside Restaurant (1114 State St – by the turtles)
RSVP: Tom Maraszek Thomas.Maraszek@atk.com
(805) 963-8761 ext 233
Experience the Women’s Festival!
March 7-9, 2008
Celebrate at the Premiere InternationalGatherings of Women in 2008!
Explore the most important areas of your life at the 2008 Women’s Festivals, to be held March 7-9 in Santa Barbara and March 14-16 in Sedona, Arizona. Created to celebrate the accomplishments of women and inspire others to realize their dreams,” the Festivals are a unique opportunity to be up close and personal with any of the most influential thinkers making a positive difference in the world today.
The Women’s Festivals focus on the five key areas of women’s lives: Personal, Professional, Philanthropic, Political and Planet. Among the highlights of the Festivals will be a program of celebrated speakers, including Linda Gray, LeVar Burton, Martha De Laurentiis and Ed Begley, Jr. Inspirational leaders from business, the arts, social causes and politics will lead seminars guaranteed to ignite passion and provide practical solutions for your life ambitions. Also on hand will be many of today’s most prominent health and wellness experts providing valuable insights to achieving maximum fitness and longevity. Interested in “Going Green?” Visit the Green Pavilion where ecofriendly technologies and ethical, green companies will be showcased.
Proceeds benefit the National Association of Women Business Owners, Women’s Economic Ventures, SCORE and Girls Inc.
As a beneficiary of the Women’s Festival, WEV and its clients can register for $75!
*Enter WEV308 for code on registration page.
Thank you to 2008 Women’s Festivals and DeDominic & Associates
NAWBO Ventura County Bravo Awards “Celebrating 10 Years of Outstanding Women”
Here is your chance to help recognize outstanding women of Ventura County! All nominations must be received or postmarked by Friday, March 7th. Please open this PDF for more information.
First Thursday destination: Michele Wilder Nail Lounge & Boutique, 1A West Canon Perdido Street, Santa Barbara, 966-6848. Featuring Roz Knight (painter), live music by DJ Frido, refreshments and wine served
Please join WEV graduate Mellonie Irvine and friends as they celebrate her birthday and the one year anniversary of the launch of her debut CD “You’ve Changed.” SoHo Restaurant & Music Club, 1221 State Street, SB, 962-7776. March 31, 7:30pm, $13 or $10 with dinner reservations
Weekly Shabbat Minyan (worship group) seeks early childhood educator as lead teacher. Job includes weekly Saturday commitment (3-4x/month) 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. + preparation time. Salary DOE. We are a friendly, self-lead group with multiple-aged children. Early-childhood experience required. Jewish background is helpful, but not required. For details, contact Nina, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Santa Barbara Exclusives” incontestible U.S.Trademark, www.sbexclusives.com, logo, some inventory for sale, owner retired. Additional information available: Jean Faught,email@example.com, 912-748-7303
Under the Sun Art Gallery is having an exhibition from March 2-April 11. Opening Reception on March 7 from 6-9 pm. Live music provided by Moraza family and friends. 432 N. Ventura Ave, Studio 30 in Ventura, contact Veronica Valadez at (805) 804-6433.
Are you interested in displaying your products at the Santa Barbara WEV office? Contact Shana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have an announcement for inclusion in the next WEV newsletter, contact email@example.com or 965-6073.