APWU Launches New TV Ad – “We Deliver Almost Anything”

04/12/2019 – The APWU continues our offensive against the White House proposals to sell the Postal Service to private corporations. The lighthearted video makes a crucial point – of all the many things the Postal Service will accept from the public, tax dollars are not one of them. The video advertisement release is in coordination…

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USPS ready for last-minute filers

The Postal Service is ready for Tax Day. A special section on usps.com features tips for customers who mail their returns, a list of products and services that can help paper filers, information on Post Office hours, and links to useful guidance on the IRS site. Additionally, USPS is reminding employees to provide safe, convenient…

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USPS: Customers asked to obey rules on Tax Day

USPS is reminding employees to provide safe and convenient access to postal property for all customers on Tax Day, which is Tuesday, April 17. Here are some tips: Postmasters should make sure customers and others obey regulations on permissible activities. No one should obstruct entrances or impede public access to postal property. Soliciting contributions or…

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Mail and taxes: USPS ready to serve millions of last-minute filers

Millions of taxpayers continue to mail their returns each April 15, although not in the numbers they once did. The Postal Service cancelled 72.9 million pieces of First-Class Mail on Tax Day in 2014, down from 100.4 million pieces a decade earlier. (USPS doesn’t distinguish between tax returns and other types of First-Class Mail.) More…

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APWU: Your Post Office Gets Zero Tax Dollars

Web News Article #: 076-2015 04/06/2015 – On April 15, APWU members will greet last-minute tax filers and reporters at post offices around the country with a message many of them haven’t heard before: The Postal Service gets zero tax dollars. “Tax day is a good time to inform the public about this little-known fact,”…

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