All Charlotte Mecklenburg Library locations have access to downloadable and/or reproducible state and federal tax forms. Library staff are able to help you locate and print tax forms. Printing costs 20 cents per page.
Public libraries are no longer a distribution center for state tax forms and booklets. If you filed a paper form last year, you will receive a paper form in the mail this year. If you need a booklet, call the North Carolina Department of Revenue at 1-877-252-3052 or make a request at www.dor.state.nc.us/request.
Read more about how you can obtain the NC State tax forms you need.
Free Tax Return Preparation for You by Volunteers
The Family Financial Literacy Coalition is coordinating free income tax assistance for low- to moderate-income seniors and families (household income less than $50,000). Trained AARP Tax-Aide and VITA volunteers, in cooperation with the IRS, will prepare and electronically file your individual tax return. Sessions will be at various locations in Mecklenburg County, including some libraries.
See more options for tax return preparation help at the IRS web site.
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