It’s that time of year again when we all get excited about filing our income tax returns. Well, maybe not all of us get that excited, but in any case, the Ridgefield Library can help you get started whenever you want to. IRS forms and instructions have arrived, and this is what we have so far: forms and instructions for the 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, 1040ES, 2106, 2441 and 4868. We have free copies of the following schedules: A, C, CEZ, D, E, EIC and SE. If you have a need for forms other than those mentioned, you may find them in the IRS’s reproducible form binder. Publication 17, the Federal Tax Handbook, Ernst & Young Tax Guide and Lasser’s Your Income Tax are here if you have questions about preparing your taxes. Our “Need Help Preparing Your Taxes?” binder provides phone numbers of local sources for answering your questions.
You can also find the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services tax forms here at the Library. Both the Resident and Nonresident/Part Year form booklets are available.
Our webpage (www.ridgefieldlibray.org) provides URLs for both IRS and CT forms as well as other information. Click Government & Legal from the Research & Reference section.
Contributed by Victoria Carlquist, Head of Reference Services.