~ TAX INFORMATION & FORMS ~
Connecticut tax booklets and many federal tax forms are now available. We should be receiving additional federal forms soon.
Connecticut forms are availabe at the library's circulation desk. Since we receive them in limited quantities (nno additional copies may be ordered),
we ask that you take only what you need so booklets are available for everyone. All federal and state forms are also available online.
Connecticut State Tax Forms:
Connecticut state tax forms are available here. Ask at the circulation deskfor your booklet. We are sorry that we cannot provide multiple
booklets due to the limited numbers available from the Department of Revenue. All Connecticut forms and information will also be available online
at CT Department of Revenue Services. Remember,
free electronic filing is available!
Federal Tax Forms:
Some 2016 tax forms are now available. The rack is located to the right of the circulation desk near the DVD area.
Forms 1040, 1040EZ, and 1040A, instructions, and schedules will be available at public libraries.
Please check the IRS Forms & Publications Page to
download additional federal forms and instructions. Forms and instructions may also be ordered by mail through
or by calling the IRS at 1-800-829-3676. Library staff will be happy to aid you in downloading or ordering forms online.
Volunteer AARP IRS-Certified tax counselors are available by appointment beginning in February 1 on Mondays from 8:30 AM until 4 PM at the
Windsor Locks Senior Center, 41 Oak Street. This service is available through April 18 for eligible lower and middle income
taxpayers and those over 60 years of age. Please call Lori Lapointe at the Senior Center (860-627-1425) for more information.
AARP tax aide is also available at Suffield Senior Center, 145 Bridge Street, Suffield. Appointments are available on Thursdays from 8:30 AM - 4 PM
by calling 860-668-8830.
You may contact Connecticut AARP in January for information on other Tax-Aide
locations in our state. No tax help is available at the library. Members of the library's staff are not trained
to advise you on your tax returns or on the appropriate tax forms to use, but we are happy to help you locate
needed forms in the library or online.
Affordable Care Act:
For information on the Affordable Care Act and how it might
affect your tax return, visit
Affordable Care Act Tax Provisions.
Free electronic tax filing will be available for taxpayers that meet the
maximum adjusted gross income requirement ($64,000 or less) through the
IRS FreeFile Page. All taxpayers will find information about e-filing at
The Internal Revenue Service has announced that only forms 1040, 1040EZ, and 1040A will be available
in printed form. All of the State and Federal tax forms and instructions are also available online
and may be printed out at home or in the library. Click on the links below for complete listings of state and
federal forms. We charge $ .25 per page for printing.
Many of these forms are in PDF (portable document) format, and accessing them requires the Adobe
Acrobat Reader. This software may be downloaded and installed on your home computer for free from
Current and prior years' federal tax forms and information may be accessed at the
IRS Forms and Publications page.
Forms and instructions for the State of Connecticut are available at the
CT Department of Revenue
Current year forms and instructions for any state in the U.S. can be downloaded from
Federation of Tax Administrators. If you need a
tax lawyer or have legal questions related to your tax filings,
FindLaw.com may provide some helpful resources.
Please remember that although your library staff is willing and able to help you
locate any tax forms or instructions that you might need, we are not trained to
answer specific questions about your tax returns or to recommend forms. Consult
a trained tax preparer for information about your returns.
We are happy to help you locate needed forms and instructions online and answer any questions that you
might have about printing or copying.