Tax Forms & Help

Forms at the Library

In the months leading up to Tax Day, the Normal Public Library has forms available for patrons to pick up.

We have copies of the most popular forms.  If we do not have a form available, we can print it for you.  Our regular printing charges do apply for printing tax forms.

When to Expect Forms

The library depends on the government to send us the forms and so we are never sure when they will be coming in.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Tax Advice and Instruction

For legal reasons, the staff of the NPL is not able to give any advice or instruction on tax forms.

Need help?  Please check out some of the resources listed below.

Resources

U.S. Internal Revenue Service

Print out Federal Tax Forms and get more information on taxes.

You can also call 1-800-829-3676 to have tax forms mailed to you for free or 1-800-829-1040 for tax help.

Or you can visit or contact your local IRS Office at 301 S. Prospect Road in Bloomington or 1-309-661-0032.

 

Illinois Department of Revenue

Print out Illinois Tax Forms and get more information on taxes.

You can also call 1-800-356-6302 to receive Illinois Tax Forms.

 

Illinois Department on Aging – Benefit Access Program

Find an application and information on the Benefit Access Program, formerly known as the Circuit Breaker Program – grants for Illinois citizens who are over 65 or have a disability and meet certain income requirements.

You can also call 1-800-252-8966 for help (1-888-206-1327 for TTY).

 

Understanding Taxes

Use the IRS’s online tool for learning and teaching about taxes.

 

Reviews of Online Tax Filing Software

Independent reviews of leading online tax filing software.