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Once again this year, the IRS will only be sending a limited number of paper forms and instructions for Forms 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ. If you need forms, instructions, or publications that our libraries don’t have in print, please visit this site for access -

Forms and publications can also be found on the IRS Tax Map Site and the Interactive Tax Assistant Page, which includes users' questions and provides tax law answers.

A reminder that librarians are available to help individuals locate their tax forms/instructions online, order and print forms.

An individual can request that up to 10 different IRS products be mailed to their address. They will receive two copies of each ordered form and one copy of each ordered publication. Instructions for completing the tax forms will automatically be included.

To begin, follow this link - Next, type the number of the product into the search bar, check the boxes for the specific products, and follow the prompts to check out. The IRS asks for the person's name and address- no email address or ID verification is necessary. Individuals can also call 1-800-829-3676 to request the forms and the delivery time is 7-10 days from request or availability.

Information on Affordable Care Act (ACA) Tax Provisions

Tax Information for Same-Sex Couples and Certain Domestic Partners

Federal forms are also available at:
IRS Office
4 Seagate
433 N Summit Street
2nd Floor, Room 226
Toledo, OH 43604

State of Ohio

The Ohio Department of Taxation (ODT) has decided to end the bulk distribution of Ohio’s paper tax forms. According to the ODT, only 10% of the printed personal income tax forms end up being filed with the state and a very small percentage of the paper forms distributed to public libraries are actually filed.

However, they will continue to provide income tax instruction booklets to organizations (including public libraries) participating in their distribution program.

The Ohio IT 1040, IT 1040 EZ and amended IT 1040X forms have been consolidated into one Universal IT 1040 tax return. Please see the "Tax Forms- State of Ohio and Prior Year" section below to access this form and others.

To access the State of Ohio's "Filing Season Central" and individual income tax information, visit-

Tax Forms

Federal Forms and Publications
Prior Years

State of Ohio and Prior Year
State of Ohio School District Income Tax Number
State of Michigan
State of Michigan Prior Years
All States

Local Cities/Villages:
Village of Holland
City of Maumee
City of Oregon
City of Perrysburg
City of Sylvania
City of Toledo
Village of Waterville

Tax Preparation and Filing

AARP Assistance Sites: From February 1 through April 15 each year, the AARP Tax-Aide program offers free one-on-one counseling, as well as assistance on the telephone and Internet to help individuals prepare basic tax forms, including the 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ and other standard schedules.

Individual: IRS tax information for individuals.

IRS Electronic Filing: Free File is the fast, easy, and free way to prepare and e-file your federal taxes online.

Ohio Benefit Bank: Trained counselors staff Benefit Bank sites in all of Ohio's 88 counties where they help prepare and file federal and Ohio income tax returns at no cost to eligible Ohioans.

Small Business: IRS tax information for small business and the self-employed.

Taxpayer Advocate Services: TAS is your voice at the IRS. TAS is an independent organization within the IRS and helps taxpayers resolve problems with the IRS and recommend changes that will prevent the problems.

United Way: The United Way partners with H&R Block to provide its premium online tax filing software to help people easily and accurately file their federal and state taxes through MyFreeTaxes. This is a free, safe, and simple way for individuals or households earning less than $66,000 to file federal and up to three state tax returns.

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