Income Tax Information

Congress reduced funding for the Tax Forms Outlet Program (TFOP). This means that the amount and type of tax forms, instruction booklets and publications available to the public, for free, at the Leavenworth Public Library will be limited.

The Library is a host site for the IRS Free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Download the flier for information on the services provided, what you need to bring, the Library's scheduled dates and other community partners providing free tax assistance.  
 
The following links have been organized to assist you in finding the proper tax forms online. Tax forms, instructions and publications can be printed at home or at the library. The library copy fee of 10¢ per page is applicable to tax forms, instructions and publications printed at the library.
 
IRS Tax Forms & Publications
Homepage for IRS Tax Forms & Publications that feature quick links to commonly used tax forms like the 1040 and 1040EZ.
 
Order Tax Forms Online – Delivered to You by U.S. Mail
You can order many of the tax forms and publications you need to complete your 2016 tax return through the IRS web site. The IRS will process and ship your order by U.S. mail when the products become available. Most products should be available by the end of January 2017.

You may order up to 10 different products and you will receive two copies of each ordered form and one copy of each ordered publication. Instructions for completing the tax forms you order will automatically be included. If you need more than the quantity allowed, please call 1-800-829-3676 to place your order.
 
Current Year Tax Forms
You can search for specific tax publications using the product number or title of the publication. The product number correlates to the number assigned to the form by the IRS. For example, if you type 1040 in the search box any publication related to 1040 will be in the results, including 1040A and 1040EZ as well as the schedules related to any of the 1040 series tax forms.
 
The title correlates to the title assigned to the form by the IRS. For example, if you type learning in the search box any publication that has learning in the title will be in the results, including Form 8863 Education Credits (American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning Credits) as well as the instructions for this form.

Source: IRS Website