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Both the IRS and Ohio have dramatically cut back on available tax documents.
There will be fewer forms and instructions for us to hand out this year.

The forms they have sent to us are located on the 3rd floor, at the Reference Desk.

Currently available:
Ohio 1040EZ form & Schedule J
IRS 1040 form
IRS 1040A form
IRS 1040EZ form
RITA packets

We can print out MOST tax forms you need.  The first 10 pages are free per day.  10 per page after that.

To print forms yourself, use the following links:

Internal Revenue Service Forms   (Tax Tables)
     1040 booklet     1040A booklet     1040EZ booklet

Ohio Department of Taxation Forms
     1040 form     1040 EZ form                                               

CCA (Central Collection Agency) Forms  (for municipal taxes)

RITA (Regional Income Tax Agency) Forms (for municipal taxes)

To contact the IRS for forms or instructions, call (800) 829-3676.

Visit the Internal Revenue Service at:
Cleveland: 1240 East 9th St, #793 - (216) 522-7134
Independence: 5990 W. Creek Rd, #1 - (216) 520-7054

To print/view your own IRS forms or instructions, visit -

To contact the Ohio Dept. of Taxation for forms or instructions, call (800) 282-1782.
To print/view your own Ohio forms or instructions, visit -

If you need to contact RITA about city taxes, call (800) 860-7482 or visit http://www.ritaohio.com

If you need to contact CCA about city taxes, call (800) 223-6317 or visit http://www.ccatax.ci.cleveland.oh.us/

Free AARP tax assistance is available at Painesville Senior Center
85 North Park Place (440) 352-8095
Feb. 6th - April 10th, Fridays only, open to all ages (seniors given priority)

Free tax assistance to low-income families is available through Lake County Lifeline
54 South State St. (440) 354-2148
Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, call for more information.


Disclaimer: No one at Morley Library is trained to help you with your income tax.  We can not advise you as to which tax forms to use, nor can we help you calculate your taxes or help you file them electronically.

last update - March 29th, 2015