From a Sno-Isle Libraries news release.
Because of Internal Revenue Service cutbacks, Snohomish and Island County residents seeking printed tax forms will find fewer of them in their community libraries.
“Some basic forms will be available, but even the number of those will be limited,” said Terry Beck, information services manager for Sno-Isle Libraries.
“The Tax Forms Outlet Program that supplies us with forms blames the appropriations bill recently passed by Congress, which made significant cuts to the IRS budget.”
Forms available in the library will include 1040, 1040A and 104EZ, as well as some tax-help publications.
Beck noted that forms can be downloaded from the Internet at IRS.gov/Forms.
They can also be ordered for delivery by mail at IRS.gov/orderforms and by phone at 800-829-3676.
“Customers at our 21 community libraries can use our computers to access the IRS forms online, then make free copies using our printers,” she noted.
“We have all of the necessary links, plus other helpful tax preparation resources, on our website at sno-isle.org/taxtime.”