“Do you have tax forms?” The Newton Falls Public Library staff has already begun hearing this question. As many people are aware, the federal government is not mailing individual forms to homes this year.
The library will try to meet the tax form needs of people. As we receive the forms, they will be available in our lobby. Patrons will also be able to print federal forms from http://www.irs.gov/. Ohio forms are available at www.tax.ohio.gov/online_services/thefinder.stm. At both sites, taxpayers may file online. Newton Falls’ residents can print the city income tax form at www.ci.newtonfalls.oh.us/PDFs/Tax_Forms/NewtonFRWebPDF.pdf.
The Benefit Bank Self-Serve [https://selfserve.thebenefitbank.com/] is a useful resource. “The Benefit Bank Self Serve is the ‘ready when you are’ version of the The Benefit Bank® (TBB™), a FREE web-based service that simplifies and centralizes the process of applying for benefits and filing income tax returns. . .”
The library also has books such as Taxes . . . for Dummies and The Complete Guide to Working for Yourself: everything the self-employed need to know about taxes, recordkeeping, and other laws by Beth Williams & Jean Murray to assist individuals in planning their financial strategies.