Monday, March 16, 2009
It's every one's favorite time of the year...or maybe not. April 15 will be here before you know it. Luckily, the Arlington Public Library has a lot of valuable resources to help make tax time less stressful. One of our best resources is AARP Tax-Aide Filing Assistance. Volunteers come to the library to answer your tax questions and help prepare tax returns. Click here to see when volunteers are available at your local branch.
The library also has a selection of forms and instructions sent by the IRS. If we did not receive the particular form you need, you can make a copy from our book of reproducible forms. For even more convenience, you can ask a staff member to print your form from the IRS website (printing and copying fees apply). You may find these titles useful as well:
J.K. Lasser's your income tax
The Ernst & Young tax guide
Tax savvy for small business: year-round tax strategies to save you money
Tax deductions for professionals
And if it comes down to it, don't forget to pick up an extension (form 4868).