Those familiar tax booklets that normally went out after Christmas and arrived in your mailbox in early January are a thing of the past. The IRS plans to save about $10 million dollars by ending this practice.
So what are your options?
1. You can go to IRS.gov, choose your forms, download, and print.
2. You can go to IRS.gov and request that the forms you need be mailed to you. Be careful, some forms may not be delivered in a timely manner due to late tax legislation.
3. There is an IRS tax office at 120 Front Street in Worcester, 6th floor. However, they are only open Monday through Friday and only during the day.
3. Correct me if I am wrong, but there is a toll free number (1-800-829-3676) that can be used to order forms that will then be mailed to you. Quantities are very limited.
4. The Worcester Public Library will make every attempt to stock both federal and Massachusetts tax forms and instruction booklets. The library also has Internet access for those who need to download unique forms and IRS publications.
Click here to print Federal and State online tax forms and instructions