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====Major Topics On USA.gov==== ====Major Topics On USA.gov====
-**Update March 2018**+**News September 2018** 
 +Nervous about your kids going to school, or going back to school? usa.gov is so full of useful information it even has important tips to share about getting a good start in the new school year. From being sure your kids have had all their shots to reducing stress and handling cyberbullying it’s pretty complete. And if you have students of an age to be thinking about college it even offers tips about doing the right things to put you on a path for college. No kids in school? If the upcoming elections are your first opportunity to vote you can read a guide designed just for you on this site
 +**Update March 2018**
USA.gov has some useful highlights right on the opening page that will help you find currently pertinent information. For example, right near the top there is a heading that says "How Do I..." and then there is a list of things you might be wondering how to tackle. As of this writing the list includes finding unclaimed money or property  that the government is holding and actually belongs to you, where to find government forms (especially around tax time), how to go about getting a job with the government, what to do if you've lost your passport or need to renew yours, and how to go about filing your taxes. There's also a "What's New" section, currently showing how you can give your home a health check-up -- and maybe improve your own help! USA.gov has some useful highlights right on the opening page that will help you find currently pertinent information. For example, right near the top there is a heading that says "How Do I..." and then there is a list of things you might be wondering how to tackle. As of this writing the list includes finding unclaimed money or property  that the government is holding and actually belongs to you, where to find government forms (especially around tax time), how to go about getting a job with the government, what to do if you've lost your passport or need to renew yours, and how to go about filing your taxes. There's also a "What's New" section, currently showing how you can give your home a health check-up -- and maybe improve your own help!
Recent Updates

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