The Peters Township Public Library participates with the IRS and Pennsylvania Department of Revenue to provide a limited number of both Federal and State Tax forms for the convenience of our library patrons. As soon as tax forms/publications become available, we place
them in our Tax Distribution Area located on the second floor of the library.
Federal tax information
The IRS encourages individuals to obtain copies of forms and instructions through the resources listed below. Basic forms, although not the instructions, will be available at the library including forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ. We also will be offering IRS Publication 1132, Reproducible Copies of Federal Tax Forms and Instructions for patrons to make copies at the library. IRS Publication 1132 has not yet arrived at the library.
The majority of shipments to the library of forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040 EZ will begin in mid to late January.
To view, download and print IRS forms, please go to www.irs.gov and select “Forms & Pubs” or go to www.irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs .
To order tax products delivered by mail, please go to www.irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs/Order-Products or call 1-800-829-3676.
For information on electronic filing, please go to www.irs.gov/Filing/Filing-Options
Useful Telephone Numbers:
Tax Help for Individuals: 1-800-829-1040
Tax Forms and Publications: 1-800-829-3676
Pennsylvania tax information
The library has received 2014 Pennsylvania income tax forms and instruction booklets.
To access state forms online, please go
to www.revenue.state.pa.us. For help with state tax questions, please call 1-717-787-8201.
Individuals with a valid Peters Township Public Library card may access our library computers for tax forms and publications. Printing charges are $.15 per page to cover library costs.
The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue also offers PA Free File. PA Free File is a pair of safe and convenient internet-based electronic filing options that succeed Telefile and padirectfile. Taxpayers are encoured to
visit www.pafreefile.com before filing federal income tax returns to see if they qualify to file state and federal returns simultaneously -- for free -- using reputable tax preparation software.
Follow these steps:
Visit www.pafreefile.com to answer a handful of simple questions and allow the interactive tool to help you determine which e-file options you qualify for.
Evaluate which e-file options are best for you, carefully reviewing the details of each free file offer.
File your Pennsylvania personal income tax return for free.
AARP Tax-Aide Free Help
AARP will offer free AARP Tax-Aide at the library. AARP Tax-Aide helps low and moderate income taxpayers, with special attention to those 60 and older, file their personal income tax returns. Appointments may be scheduled at the library's circulation desk.
This service will begin in early February and continue through early April. Volunteer preparers have been trained and certified by the IRS and the State Department of
Revenue, and are able to complete federal and state tax returns, property tax and rent rebate forms and local wage-tax forms. Tax payers need to bring:
A valid photo I.D. such as a valid Driver's License
A social security card as well as social security cards for a spouse and for any dependents
A copy of their 2013 tax return
All of their 2014 tax documents including supporting tax documents such as W-2's, Social Security Form SSA-1099 amd Form 1099-R for pension
Original stamped 2014 property tax receipts
A voided personal check for direct deposit of refunds and rebate
Completed returns will be filed electronically to the IRS and the state. State property tax/rent rebate and local wage returns need to be mailed.
Please make sure to arrive 15 minutes before scheduled
appointment time to complete the interview form.