It’s tax time. If you still haven’t finished your 2010 taxes, here are some resources to help you make that extended tax deadline of Monday, April 18, 2011.
More and more Americans are choosing e-file, which lets them electronically file an accurate tax return or get an extension of time to file without sending any paper to the Internal Revenue Service.
Most Requested Forms
Tax Form General List
1040 (Individual Tax Return)
1040EZ (Single and Joint Filers with no dependents)
W2 & W3 Instructions
W9 (Request for Taxpayer ID Number & Certification)
W4 (Employer Withholdings From Pay)
SS-4 (Application For Employer ID Number)
Direct Deposit Info
1040 (Schedule A) (Itemized Deductions)
1040 (Schedule A) Instructions
1040 (Schedule D) (Capital Gains and Losses)
1040 (Schedule D) Instructions
1040 (Schedule R) (Credit For Elderly or Disabled)
1040 (Schedule R) Instructions
1098-C (Charitable Contributions: Motor Vehicles, Boats, Planes)
8283 (Non-Cash Charitable Contributions)
526 (Charitable Contributions)
Where To File
For Individual Tax Payers By State
For Individual Tax Professionals By State
Addresses Listed By Return Type
For Tax Exempt & Government Entities
For Non-Return Forms (Applications And Payments)
Get Help With Your Federal Taxes
The Internal Revenue Service has set up a toll-free tax assistance line at 1-800-829-1040 for individual tax questions or 1-800-829-4933 for business tax questions.
Contact My Local Office
Tax Calendar 2011
Electronic Filing Options Information (2010)
Where’s My Refund?
IRS Withholding Calculator
Free File (For E-Filing Federal Taxes)
Recent Tax Law Changes
Free IRS Tax Help
Tips For Choosing A Tax Preparer
Online Tax Software Review
Where Should I File My Tax Returns?
Tax Deduction Guidelines
Find A Post Office Near You
State Tax Forms
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