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    Tax Preparation Resources

    The IRS announced that individual and business taxpayers will no longer receive paper income tax packages in the mail from the IRS. These tax packages contained the forms, schedules and instructions for filing a paper income tax return. The IRS is taking this step because of the continued growth in electronic filing and the availability of free options to taxpayers, as well as to help reduce costs. The Library has the most common state and federal tax forms available or we can help you find them online.

    Need Tax Preparation Assistance?

    FREE tax preparation assistance is offered by volunteers from CCA, AARP and/or VITA/EITC tax programs.  Taxpayers must bring the following documentation to their session:  a current photo ID, Social Security cards for taxpayer and all dependents, last year’s tax return and all W-2 and 1099 forms for the 2013 tax year.  Appointments may be required.  See individual branches listed below.  Call the branch to schedule an appointment. If you find you are unable to make a scheduled appointment, please call the branch to cancel your appointment.


    IRS Information for e-file
    The official Internal Revenue Service site for free filing of your federal income tax.
    Ohio Department of Taxation
    From the home page you can link to e-file state taxes, files sales taxes, find a tax rate, check status of a refund, frequently asked questions, and download tax forms and publications.
    Central Collection Agency (CCA)
    The division of Taxation that administers Tax for City of Cleveland and other Communities in Ohio.
    Regional Income Tax Agency (R.I.T.A)
    Provides services to collect income tax for 185 municipalities in the State of Ohio.