"How To Adult" Series first Spring 2018 Event -- The Etiquette Dinner
Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 7:00pm, Flowers Dining Room, Maseeh Hall
Students are invited to attend the Etiquette Dinner, the first event in the Spring 2018 "How to Adult" series, co-sponsored by the Student Activities Office (SAO), Undergraduate Academic Advising Program (UAAP), the MIT Alumni Association (MITAA), Global Education and Career Development (GECD) and the ISO.
Please RSVP on the SAO website to reserve your spot (food served at all "How to Adult" series events.
Tax Information Sessions
For International Student in Non-Resident Status for Tax Purposes (< 5 years in U.S.)
Monday, February 26th @ 4:00 pm & Monday, April 2 @ 5:00 pm (See information below)
Join us for a workshop focusing on tax topics and filing for international students and non-residents for tax purposes. This presentation is directed to those who are new to the U.S. tax system, are in F & J visa status, and have been in the US for less than 5 years, and are considered non-residents for U.S. tax purposes. Presented by MIT.
For All Internationals and US Citizens in Resident Status for Tax Purposes (> 5 years in U.S.)
Monday, February 26th @ 5:45 pm & Monday, April 2 @ 6:30 pm (See information below)
Join us for a workshop focusing on tax topics and filing for all residents for tax purposes including international students. This presentation will cover such issues as what income is subject to taxation, tax credits, and deductions etc. Presented by MIT, Q&A by Price Waterhouse Coopers.
International Community Coffee Hour
Friday, March 2, 2018, 10:00am-11:00am, E19-202
Open to all international students. Light breakfast and coffee/tea served.