At this month’s membership meeting we’ll discuss the basics of filing Federal and State taxes, including issues affecting fellows and international scholars. Your peers are also an excellent resource for tax questions and this will be a good opportunity to ask questions and share information.
Lunch will be provided!
Patrick Callahan, Unit Chair
Kevin Brown, Recording Secretary
We will have an informational session about filing US tax forms. We invited two Tax Professionals from H&R Block who will cover basic taxes info and answer questions you might have.
Please RSVP here so we can get a count for the lunch order. Via the RSVP form, you can also submit questions related to taxes that we will send to the tax professionals ahead of the meeting.
At this meeting, we will also be voting for a representative to the elections committee. The UAW local 5810 elections committee consists of one elected representative from every campus. We will accept nominations at the meeting and hold an election if necessary.
Food will be provided!
Academic Researchers United and our Union will co-host a coffee hour tomorrow,Tuesday, March 13th at 3 PM. Drop by to have a cup of coffee and mingle with fellow researchers!
If you are not a part of our Union and would like to be, please consider clicking here and signing up. Additionally, if you have any questions about membership or our Union in general, please email us!
A panel discussion and Q&A session focused on mobilizing STEM trained individuals to participate in politics and government featuring Jess Phoenix, a volcanologist running for Congress, Prof. Edward Walker, Sociology Professor at UCLA whose research focuses on the politics of social movements and grassroots organizing; Jamie Tijerina, a scientist and community activist; and Alex Bradley, March for Science Los Angeles Communications Director. For more information and to RSVP, check out the event details here and please contact UAW 5810 steward Katie Eichorn at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Join us next week on Wednesday, March 28 for “Debugging your workplace” for Postdocs. In 45 minutes, we will cover:
- Dissecting your paycheck
- Solutions to common issues Postdocs face
- Reviewing your parental leave options
- Overview of your health benefits
- Steps towards transitioning out of your Postdoc
If there are other issues you’d like to discuss, email us at email@example.com