New this year: The IRS is eliminating Forms 1040A and 1040EZ for tax year 2018. As a result, Wisconsin is eliminating Forms 1A and WI-Z for tax year 2018 to correspond with the federal form change. Wisconsin residents will file their 2018 individual income tax return using Form 1. Wisconsin nonresidents and part-year residents continue to file using Form 1NPR.
We have received the following Federal tax form:
1040 Form Booklet (Instruction booklets have not arrived.)
We have received the following Wisconsin tax forms:
Form 1 Instructions
You may print tax forms by visiting the IRS's website or the Wisconsin Department of Revenue's website. The Library has public Internet computers on the second-floor public with printing available for $.10 a side.
Free Tax Assistance at the library sponsored by AARP
Volunteers with AARP will be at the library Thursdays from January 31 to April 11 beginning at 11:30 to help low- to moderate- income taxpayers and seniors prepare their tax returns.