Also, as usual, we will not get any Virginia state tax forms or instructions.
Any form not available at the library will cost you $0.15 per page, to print out from the Internet. If you have a computer and a printer at home, save yourself a trip to the library and print them out (for free) at home.
- Federal - See www.irs.gov - Click on Forms and Publications; includes a detailed summary of how to view and download tax forms from the IRS Web site, how to order online or via phone (1-800-829-3676).
- Virginia - See www.tax.virginia.gov - Click on Forms; download forms or have them mailed to you. You can also contact the office directly by several different methods/numbers. The Commissioner of the Revenue should receive some forms, so you can check with them, as well.
- Other State Tax Forms - See http://www.taxadmin.org/fta/link/FORMS.html for tax forms from other states.
- IRS: The IRS provides tax help for individuals. Just call 1-800-829-1040.
- The Foundation for Tax Assistance: Beginning in February (Feb. 1 - April 10) elderly and low-income residents may make appointments to meet a volunteer at any library branch; volunteers will help eligible patrons complete the filing of their 2013 tax returns. Call (540) 422-8465 to make an appointment.
- People, Inc.: Free income tax preparation for area residents with incomes at or below $52,000 (Feb. 1 - April 12). Appointments are available on Saturdays, 10:00 – 4:00 and Tuesdays, 5:00 – 8:00 at the St. James Episcopal Church. Call (540) 445-3020 to make an appointment and be sure to bring the following documents:
- Photo ID
- Social Security/ITIN cards for the taxpayer, spouse and all dependents
- Birth dates for taxpayer, spouse and all dependents
- Wage and earnings statements: W-2, W-2G, 1099-R from all employers
- Unemployment compensation , Form 1099-G
- Interest statements from banks and dividend statements from stock
- Miscellaneous income statements
- Day care expenses paid for day care in 2013 and the day care provider’s name, address and federal ID number
- Student loan interest payments
- Record of tuition or student loan payments, 1098-E
- A copy of last year’s federal and state returns
- A check from your checking account or deposit slip from your savings account if you want to use for Direct Deposit for your refund
- If filing electronically and married filing a joint return, both spouses must be present
- Not sure if you should bring something? Bring it along, so you won’t have to come back at another time!
~Alison, Electronic Resources Librarian
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