Senior Support Volunteers
I have had several volunteer experiences during my college studies. I'd like to share some of them with you. My university is a social work university, so we get quite a few volunteer requests every week.
I received them in a newsletter. One of the most interesting ones was volunteering to support one of my seniors in a field placement He was a senior who was born with a spinal disease and was wheelchair bound.
The senior was born with a spinal disease and was crippled from birth and was in a wheelchair as a part of his life. The newsletter was filled with the senior's desire to help him because he was in trouble, and I was there to support I felt that I wanted to do the same for them. Fortunately, my seniors lived in the same city as my parents and their place of training was in the same city.
I was planning to do the same kind of on-the-job training after a year, so I thought it would be a good learning experience for me. I was a volunteer while doing this. The main content of the volunteer work was to help the seniors with toileting and helping them to move from their wheelchairs to the chairs and the ground.
Since this was a training program for the seniors, I had very little to do with providing support to the users at the training site, so I had to do a little bit of There was a time when I didn't have a lot of time on my hands, but I could understand the content of the field training, and it was a good opportunity for me to learn what I will do in the future.
I think I was able to make the most of this experience in my future career. I knew my seniors, but I felt that I could make the most of it. I thought it was a good experience to do so.
Use homeownership taxes rather than paying taxes somehow
When I was working in the office, I didn't even want to study taxes, but after I got married and quit my job, I was able to get a I started learning about money after I started living on my husband's income alone, as he was the only one who could afford it. One of the things I learned about was "home taxation". Until then, I had never given much thought to it because I thought I had no choice but to pay my taxes as I was told. There was not. I had to pay it, and I never thought about how I would benefit from it.
A hometown tax is a way to pay taxes to your hometown by paying taxes to other A system in which you can receive local specialties and other items by making a donation to a local government in the form of a hometown tax payment is. The maximum amount that can be deducted from a donation varies from person to person, but you can donate approximately 20% of your city and county taxes. If you donate up to 20,000 yen a year, you can receive a deduction of 2,000 yen minus the amount of your donation from your tax bill.
In other words, if you pay 100,000 yen in municipal inhabitant tax, you can receive a deduction for donations of up to 20,000 yen per year, and you can receive special products from your hometown tax.I studied the hometown taxation system and tried it out right away as a trial. After applying and donating by credit card or money transfer, all you have to do is wait for the returns to arrive. There is a hassle of filing a tax return, but it's not that difficult since you just have to attach a receipt.
There are now many websites that support home taxation, so you can search for the items you want and You can choose which municipality to donate to. Rice, meat and seasonal fruits are some of the most popular items. Last year, we applied for corn, rice, and meat. You can receive about 1/3 of the amount of money you donate in return, but if you just pay taxes to your own municipality, you can get a refund. You can't get all of these things if you only get them.
You can receive local products that you would never have the chance to travel to, or you can donate to an area where a disaster has occurred It is also possible. We can feel good about our donation and we can both feel good about the fact that we can give back to each other. It's a merit-based system. You can get something you would have paid for when you didn't know about home taxation as a thank you for your donation. What a system you really need to know about.