Fondulac District Library received Notice 1437 (February 2018) from the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, “Information About Your Tax Forms.”
The IRS is reviewing The Bipartisan Budget Act enacted on February 9, 2018, that retroactively extended and modified numerous tax provisions covering 2017. As most tax forms were printed for distribution prior to the signing of new legislation, we recognize this may impact some tax forms ordered. To ensure you have the latest version of the tax product, we strongly encourage you to visit IRS.gov for updates on the implementation of this law. Updated versions of tax forms will only be available on IRS.gov.
Please consider this information if you have IRS-printed federal tax forms as distributed at the library. The IRS will not be re-printing forms or redistributing them to the library. Contact 1-800-829-3676 for more information.
Tax Forms at the Library
Due to federal and state budget cuts, the Internal Revenue Service and Illinois Department of Revenue have reduced the paper forms distributed to libraries.
In 2018, Fondulac District Library expects to receive limited supplies of only the following documents:
FEDERAL: 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ forms as well as instructions
STATE: IL-1040 forms and instructions
To order federal forms for home delivery
Go to: www.irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs
Click: Order Forms & Pubs
Select: Forms and Publications by U.S. Mail
To order state forms for home delivery
Additionally, tax forms may be printed from library computers or copied at library photocopiers at the cost of 10 cents per page (black & white).
Patrons may utilize the library’s public access computers to file taxes online; however, assistance is not provided with the process.
Tax Resources Online
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – Federal forms, online e-filing, refund tracking, frequently asked questions, and more.
IRS Taxpayer Assistance Hotline – 1-800-829-1040 or 1-800-829-4059 (TDD)
IRS Local Office: 2415 West Cornerstone Court, Peoria, IL 61614 • (309) 621-7273
Illinois Department of Revenue – State forms, online e-filing, frequently asked questions, and more.
MyTaxIllinois: File your tax returns securely, make and view payments, apply for IFTA decals, register a new business, view correspondence sent from IDOR, update your account
To receive assistance by phone, call 1-800-732-8866 or (217) 782-3336
Find answers to frequently asked tax questions with the Taxpayer Answer Center. https://tax.illinois.gov/QuestionsAndAnswers/
Local Office: Willard Ice Building, 101 West Jefferson Street, Springfield, Illinois 62702 • 1-800-732-8866
Tazewell County Treasurer’s Office – Tazewell County real estate and mobile home taxes, online payments, and more.
Office: 11 South Fourth Street, Suite 308, McKenzie Building, Pekin, Illinois 61554 • 309-477-2284
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide
AARP Tax-Aide is providing free tax preparation at Fondulac District Library in 2018. This service is available to all, regardless of age, income, or residency, and AARP membership is not required. The service will be provided on Wednesday and Thursday mornings starting February 1 through April 12. Appointments for this assistance are required, and registration begins on January 16. Registration will remain open until all available appointments are filled. To make an appointment, visit or call the library at (309) 699-3917 ext. 2251 or 2252. An appointment must be made for each return being prepared. Please visit the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Locator online or call 888-OUR-AARP (888-687-2277) to find another location. Visit the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide for more information about the AARP tax preparation program. A list of important documents to bring to your tax preparation appointment is available here.
Toll-free Nationwide: 888-OUR-AARP (888-687-2277)
Toll-free TTY: 877-434-7598
METEC Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program
METEC’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program offers tax help to participants that meet income guidelines. The Volunteer Tax Assistance program provides free tax preparation, electronic filing and financial education to help the underserved build for the future and become self-sufficient. The program is funded by the Central Illinois Financial Education and Asset Building Coalition, a Peoria-based non-profit coalition. For more information, call 309-676-3832 .