Whether you’re someone who likes having their tax returns done by the end of January, or you file extensions every year, you need to know where to get all the appropriate forms. Here are some links to some of our most-requested tax resources.
FEDERAL: The paper forms and publications are no longer available at the library but, the IRS does provide those necessary forms and publications via the IRS website. If you would prefer to have the IRS mail you the forms and publications you need, click here for more information. Also, both the Delmar Avenue and Johnson Road libraries have copies of the forms available for reproduction. Copies are 10 cents per page.
New this year: the deadline to file taxes is extended to April 17th; more in-depth information can be found here. The IRS continues to provide taxpayer assistance on the website, through the toll-free phone number (1-800- 829-1040), or at special assistance centers.
ILLINOIS: The Illinois Department of Revenue makes necessary forms and publications available via their website. There, they have tax forms for individuals and businesses. Also, both the Delmar Avenue and Johnson Road libraries have copies of the most commonly needed Illinois tax forms available for reproduction. Copies are 10 cents per page.
MISSOURI: Forms and publications to file taxes in Missouri are made available by the Missouri Department of Revenue. Also, both the Delmar Avenue and Johnson Road libraries have copies of the most commonly needed Missouri tax forms available for reproduction. Copies are 10 cents per page.
The library does have some books in its collection to help guide you through your taxes. These include (but are not limited to):
- Your Federal Income Tax for Individuals: Tax Guide 2011
- Bender’s 2012 Tax Return Manual
- J.K. Lassiter’s Your Income Tax 2012
We hope this information is helpful to you. If there is something additional or something else we can help with, please let us know.