Can you get a 1040A tax instruction booklet at your local library?


Quick Answer

Some libraries offer tax forms for the public, including Form 1040A and its instructions, under its Tax Forms Outlet Program. This same program places tax forms and other tax products at U.S. post offices for taxpayers to pick up.

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In addition to libraries and post offices, tax forms are also accessible on the Internet via the IRS website. The forms can be downloaded and printed at home. Taxpayers can also call 1-800-TAX-FORM to request tax forms for the current tax year to be sent by mail.

Another source for forms is at one of the 401 local IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers around the United States. To find a center, visit the IRS website, click on Individuals, and then select Contact My Local Office to search for centers by state.

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