We have copies of federal tax forms here at Odum Library, in the Reference area on the second floor.Â We canâ€™t advise you on how to complete your tax return, but we can help you reach the forms, instructions, and schedules.
Remember that you can also e-file through the IRS web site. Some options are free, and there is also advice for purchasing software or using a commercial preparer.
Unfortunately, our supply of Georgia 500 and 500EZ forms and instruction booklets in print is gone, and no more are available from the state. You’ll need to go online to find Georgia state tax forms. E-filing is an option, but it’s free only for qualified individuals within Georgia. For further guidance, go to the Georgia Department of Revenue site.Â If you need tax publications from other states, check out this interactive map provided by the Federation of Tax Administrators.