Guest speaker Julian Block will advise a Home on the Sound audience on Tuesday, March 13 on how to take advantage of current tax rules. He will discuss what to do now to reduce taxes for this year and gain a head start for future years. Block finds that many seniors needlessly overpay their federal and state income taxes.
The speaker is a nationally recognized attorney and author who has been cited as: “a leading tax professional” (New York Times); “an accomplished writer on taxes” (Wall Street Journal); and “an authority on tax planning” (Financial Planning Magazine). Block himself is a member of the host service organization which enhances the quality of life for seniors in Larchmont and Mamaroneck.
One of At Home on the Sound’s favorite speakers, geographer Tim Alexander, returns to the Tuesday afternoon series on March 27 with a talk on “Maps and Imagination.” He will trace examples of the marriage of knowledge and imagination in mapping from its outset. After a brief historical review, he will move on to maps as metaphors in the search for discovery, the framework for quests, structure of novels, and creation of science fiction. Alexander has an MMA with Honors from the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Geography, and an AB in Philosophy from Stanford.
At Home on the Sound, a membership organization, is a lifeline for senior citizens in Larchmont and Mamaroneck, providing various educational programs and services, including transportation to doctors, grocery stores, exercise classes and cultural events.
Both programs are free and open to the public at Russell Hall in Larchmont Avenue Church, 60 Forest Park Avenue, Larchmont at 4:00 pm with refreshments at 3:30 pm.