Taxes in 2023: Forms and tax help

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Taxes in 2023: Forms and assistance

Every year during tax filing season, the library is ready to help— whether that be books, workshops, referrals to tax help, or printing out the forms you need, we're here for you!

Look for Upcoming Events, Programs and Blog Posts on our site for the most up-to-date information.

The deadline to file federal and state tax returns is Tuesday, April 18, 2023. You can get tax preparation assistance and support in the following ways:

Paper copies of tax forms or instructions

Tax return preparation assistance

Other tax assistance

  • If you need assistance with a tax issue beyond regular tax preparation, the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic from Lewis & Clark Law School might be able to help. They provide free need-based legal representation in Federal tax matters, specializing in client controversy with the IRS.  Contact them by emailing or filling out an online form.
  • Questions about IRS Administrative rulings & positions? Want to read analysis of recent tax legislation or the CCH Tax Briefings (newsletter)? VitalLaw (formerly CCH Cheetah) is a resource largely for tax attorneys and professional tax preparers that may help with unusual tax situations. It is available in any of our 17 library locations (no remote access).

File your taxes online for free

Still have questions?

Call the library at 503.988.5123, send us an email or chat with us. Library staff cannot prepare returns, advise on tax matters, or interpret tax law.

Lara P.

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