Find Tax Information & Assistance

Links to Forms:

(these links will take you to the website to print from home)

Form 1040 Booklet (Form 1040, Schedules 1-3, and Form 1040-SR [For Seniors])

Instruction 1040 Booklet (Instructions for Form 1040, Schedules 1-3, and Form 1040-SR [For Seniors]

Connecticut Income Tax Forms and Booklets 

Massachusetts Income Tax for Nonresidents

Tax forms will be available in the main and Wilson libraries as they become available.

** Please note: For the 2021 income tax filing season, DRS will not send paper booklets and forms to libraries. This decision is largely due to IRS tax changes being finalized at the end of the calendar year, which makes it extremely difficult to provide the best, most updated information to our partners and your patrons in a timely manner.**

Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments:

 

https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus-tax-relief-and-economic-impact-payments

 

Free Income Tax Assistance

The following is summarized from the websites of the United Way of Connecticut: http://www.211ct.org, the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS): www.ct.gov/drs/cwp/view.asp?a=1462&q=289046 and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc101.html

People needing free help to complete their federal tax forms have a number of options available to them.

Federal Tax Assistance 

Tax Season Refund Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s), can be found at: https://www.irs.gov/refunds/tax-season-refund-frequently-asked-questions

Connecticut State Tax Assistance

  • To protect health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, DRS has suspended walk-in services to the public at its four branch offices. Please call or e-mail DRS for assistance. (800) 382-9463 (Connecticut callers outside the Greater Hartford calling area only), or (860) 297-5962 from anywhere Monday – Friday (8:30 am to 4:30 pm). 860-297-4911 (Hearing Impaired, TDD/TT users only).

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

  • ONLINE VITA PORTALS: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many physical VITA locations will not be open this year. But the Connecticut VITA coalitions are still offering clients an opportunity to have their taxes completed for free by an IRS-certified volunteer via a combination of an online form and the telephone. Individuals who qualify for VITA and have access to a smartphone or computer, internet/WiFi , and a valid phone number may take advantage of the online VITA options. See below for information about how to get started with VITA online in various regions of the state:
  • Hartford & Windham Counties: Use this link to pre-register for the Virtual VITA program: https://thevillage.jotform.com/203644662392862. If you pre-register, you will be emailed the actual VITA link when this program opens on January 25th. Also, anyone who signs up via the pre-registration link will have their tax return given priority.

Other Free Filing Options for Individuals Who Don’t Qualify for VITA

 

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