- By Mara Newman
- Posted Friday, January 8, 2010
Got your NC Tax Forms?
Finding your State Income Tax Forms will be more of a challenge this year, but convenient if you are a computer user. The North Carolina Department of Revenue no longer provides the forms or instruction booklets to public facilities due to budget restraints. All Libraries are available for you to come in and use our computers to locate and print out forms.
You must use printed forms to file your taxes this year. Photocopies, scanned copies, or faxed forms will not be accepted. Tax filers are encouraged to use electronic methods, including “web fill-in” forms and E-File. Forms can be filled in by hand, but must be original printouts.
Find out what all of your State Tax Form options are
Free tax assistance is available by appointment from the NC Department of Revenue Service Center in Winston-Salem.
Both VITA and AARP volunteers will be available to assist you with all your income tax returns at many Library locations. (See the related news article
.) Please know that Library staff and volunteers do not provide tax assistance and advice. You will be responsible for choosing the forms that are right for you.