Tax Info

Online Filing

If you don’t qualify for free filing, you can still use the services above; you’ll simply be charged a filing fee.

Need a computer and wifi? The library offers free access to laptops and desktops, and assistance navigating websites.

Paper filing

IRS (Federal) 1040 form booklets are available free at the library. The IRS reports: “For Tax Year 2018, you will no longer use Form 1040A or Form 1040EZ, but instead will use the redesigned Form 1040. Many people will only need to file Form 1040 and no schedules.” However, you can print copies of blank tax forms at the Library. The first 10 pages are free, and the rest are $.10 per printed side, or see below for information on ordering or printing copies on your own.

Vermont does not distribute free paper forms through libraries. You can print blank forms at the Library. The first 10 pages are free, and the rest are $.10 per printed side, or see below for information on ordering or printing copies on your own.

If you would like to request forms through the mail:

  • Vermont Dept. of Taxes main directory: (802) 828-2505
  • IRS line to request tax forms by mail: 800-829-3676

 If you would like to print your own:

Need help?

To order tax forms in the mail call:
1-800-tax-form and 1-866-828-2865

To get free filing help (in Vermont):
Call 211

Tax Help at the Bellows Falls Senior Center on Mondays and Wednesdays through  April 15. Appointments are Required.  Call 802-463-3907 to make an appointment
 
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance available to income eligible residents of Windham County. Call the SEVCA Office3 in Westminster at 800-464 9951 for more information.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides online tax products and services for taxpayers with disabilities. Click here to access Large Print, “Talking Forms”, tax-related videos in English and American Sign Language, and more.