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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Refunds

Instructions and Help about Which Form 8815 Refunds

Alright, thank you Steve. They say they deliver in all kinds of weather. Recently, the Postal Service wanted to prove that by organizing a food drive for victims of Superstorm Sandy. That was over a week ago and some folks contacted us letting us know the food was still sitting around a local post office. Turns out that was because the post office was hit by a wave of generosity. The donations kept pouring in - all non-perishable food items, exactly what the Postal Service had requested from customers in an effort to assist the victims of Superstorm Sandy. It was more of a grassroots effort, you know, a few days before we actually had the food drive, we were tossing around the idea of trying to get the communities together to shoulder support. Eric, team and marketing manager at the CarNaruto Stops in Albany, says donations kept coming, man! Coming to the point where they couldn't really keep up with it all. He says, instead of totals of food like this one, there were pallets upon pallets. The outpouring of generosity by all the communities was unbelievable. I mean, we expected quite a bit of food, but not to the extent that we actually received. The Postal Service does its annual food drives and they've come to expect a pretty standard response from the community. However, this time they were trying to turn it around as fast as they could and were overwhelmed with the outpouring. Here, I believe we've had about five tractor-trailer loads. Most of that food finally rolled out this morning. The delay in transport was because the food banks in the affected areas were themselves victims of the storm and just couldn't handle receiving so much food so fast. In all, postal officials say they...