Tax season always seems to be complicated and often creates an enormous amount of angst for many. When working through the forms people often wonder, “Am I including everything I should be?” “Is there something I am missing?” “Should there be a Schedule that I need to fill out?” “Where do insert the total for …?” and the list may go on and on. T.B. Scott Free Library is offering, once again, tax assistance to Merrill area taxpayers to, hopefully, answer some of those questions and more while providing some piece of mind through the services of Wisconsin Judicare. The first of four tax assistance sessions is scheduled for Saturday, February 15. The four tax assistance sessions will held be on Saturday, February 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 pm; Wednesday, February 26, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm; Wednesday, March 12 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm; and Saturday, March 28 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Half-hour consultations are available. While reservations are appreciated, they’re not required. To make a reservation, call the library at 715-536-7191. Nathan Krautkramer and Carmen Van Der Leest of Wausau will be providing tax assistance at these sessions. Krautkramer is an Attorney offering legal services through Wisconsin Judicare, Inc. in Wausau. He has practiced law in Wausau, Wisconsin for over 12 years. His work includes the representation of small businesses regarding contracts and transactions, tax planning, tax audit representation, tax debt settlement, estate planning, and assisting clients with probate and with real estate transactions. Van Der Leest is an LITC Assistant with Judicare offering assistance to low income residents with tax issues. She assists taxpayers and small businesses with taxes in Wausau, WI, and the surrounding communities. Whether you are an individual or a local business in or around Wausau WI, Van Der Leest has years of valuable experience as an IRS registered tax preparer. Besides one-on-one tax assistance sessions, the library is also a distribution point for tax materials. If tax materials aren’t available or in stock, we’ll help you find and print them out from the Internet. Call or check the library’s website at www.tbscottlibrary.org to find out the availability. If you want to file your taxes online, but don’t have a computer, use the library’s public computers to connect to the Internet. Let us know you’re working on taxes and you’ll get all the time you need. Tax assistance is just one of the services T.B. Scott Free Library provides. To find out more about the library, call, view the library’s website, or check out the library’s Facebook page at www.tbscottlibrary.org.