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Tax FormsUS forms and instructions for public distribution are located on the first floor across from the elevator. NJ no longer sends forms to public libraries. Download forms from the NJ Division of Taxation web site. We also have a limited backfile of NJ, NY and US forms in our Periodicals department.
Free tax help is provided locally by the VITA volunteers. MCL will host VITA Saturdays 9:30AM--1:30PM, Feb. 7-Apr. 11 and Wednesday, March 4 and Monday, April 13, both 9:30AM-1PM. Returns are e-filed. Call (973) 538-3451 for appointment. Other VITA locations/dates around the county.
Additionally, AARP Foundation Tax-Aide offers free, individualized tax preparation for low-to-moderate-income taxpayers - especially those 60 and older - at more than 5,000 locations nationwide. Find NJ locations/dates here.
These governments in our area have mounted tax forms; most pages also include questions and answers and phone numbers you can call:
The Federation of Tax Administrators offers a complete list of links to all state tax agencies. If this site is busy, you can go directly to the state's homepage. State homepages follow a uniform address format: http://www.state.INITIALS.us using postal initials. New Jersey, for example, is http://www.state.nj.us and Massachusetts is http://www.state.ma.us. Once you connect, look for the Treasury, Taxation or Revenue department.
You can get tax forms online. For pdf files, download Acrobat Reader from Adobe. Many of the tax sites also link to the right reader for these forms.
Need more information? Findlaw's Tax Law pages lists dozens of links to information from accounting firms, business schools and legal firms. Much of this information is free.