It’s Tax Time!

January 16, 2007

Almost anything you need to prepare your federal income taxes, including forms and advice, can be found on the IRS website. Forms can be downloaded and printed from home or in the Library. And, of course, you can file your tax reurn electronically from this site as well.

The Connecticut Dept. of Revenue Services has mailed out the State tax return booklets as of January 16th. You may download and print tax return forms from their website, or, if you prefer, you may file your return electronically with them. They also offer free tax counseling.

Beginning February 1 this year, AARP provides Tax-Aide, their annual, free, one-on-one, walk-in tax counseling and preparation service. Tax-Aide is also available over the phone and online. There are no age restrictions for using the Tax-Aide service. Locally, there areTax-Aide centers in Old Saybrook and Madison. You can submit your zip code on their website to find a center convenient to you.


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