The Nesmith Library participates in the Bank, Post Office and Public Library Program (BPOL) which supplies tax forms in an amount based on population size and past use. In the library you will find Federal and New Hampshire tax forms, as well as the Massachusetts Non-Resident forms. A notebook of reproducible forms is available as well. In addition, there is a site for free online tax preparation for those who qualify (see below). The following websites provide tax forms which can be printed and submitted:
Federal Tax Forms (IRS)
State of New Hampshire
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Other State Tax Forms
AARP offers free tax assistance around the state - help is not age limited although priority is given to those over 60.Intuit Tax Freedom Project - Offered by the Intuit Financial Freedom Foundation, this site offers free online tax preparation and filing to over 60 million lower income Americans nationwide who qualify (individuals and families with an adjusted gross income of $27,000 or less, or who are eligible to claim the Earned Income Tax Credit-EITC).
The IRS has a website for small business/self-employed, offering a variety of helpful tools.
The "Dirty Dozen" Tax Scams - an annual listing.More Internal Revenue Service Information, including a link to The Digital Daily.
IRS Forms, Instructions and Publications for Previous Years
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