Individual Tax Return Due Date April 15
We have fewer tax forms available this year for the public and a limited supply. We have forms 1040EZ, 1040A, and 1040. In addition, we have a binder of reproducible tax forms at the Information Desk and the 2014 tax guide (we only have one copy of the tax guide). You will have to sign out the binder or the 2014 tax guide and make copies of the forms or information you would need. Furthermore, the Paul Simon Federal Building in Carbondale has zero tax forms this year and the closest federal building with tax forms in in Mt. Vernon.
How else can I get tax forms?
- Online – Download the form you need or order online to have forms mailed to you. There is also the option of electronically filing a return, either through free software (income requirements) or fillable online forms (no income requirements)
- By Phone – Call the IRS at 1-800-829-3676
IL State Forms
The State of IL urges all taxpayers to file their state income tax returns online. Fewer paper forms will be printed and distributed. Supplies of state tax forms at libraries are very limited if not totally depleted.
Advantages of online filing are:
· Calculations are done for you–no math errors
· No chance you’ll forget to attached required schedules
· You’ll receive confirmation that your return was received by DOR
· Faster refunds–even faster with direct deposit
· Environmentally friendly
· File now, pay later–up to April 15, 2014
· It’s secure
Find these links and more information about e-file methods at http://www.tax.illinois.gov
You may also print forms from the website of Illinois Department of Revenue at http://www.tax.illinois.gov
Use the Federation of Tax Administrators website to find links to tax forms for any US state.
Morris Library Public Computer
Morris Library is a Congressional designated large selective Federal Depository Library. It is our mission to serve as a point of equal and free access to government information for the constituents of Southern Illinois University of Carbondale and the citizens of Illinois' 12th Congressional District.
Location of the computer:
Now we have one government documents public access computer with Internet access on 3rd floor near the Help Desk. You may use it to search, download tax forms and instructions, and filing Tax online. Beyond tax filing, you can also use it for searching and accessing government information in any electronic format for free.
The policy of using this computer is first come, first serve. No library card is required. The government documents public access computer is connected to the library public printers. Copy/printing cards can be purchased within the library via a vendor machine. $1, $5, $10 bills are all acceptible. No coins please.
Contact to learn more:
If you have questions, please contact Anna Xiong, Associate Professor / Government Information Librarian at 453.7108 or email her at email@example.com. If she is not available to answer your phone right away, you may also call Morris Library Information Desk 453-2818 when the library is open or Help Desk 453-2917.
If you need to park on campus, please contact Parking Division at (618) 453-5369 to ask for the visitor’s parking information.
Where can I get help with my taxes?
- Phone numbers for tax help at IRS.gov
- Information about the VITA and TCE tax preparation assistance programs. VITA is for those who make $52,000 or less; TCE is coordinated by the AARP for anyone age 60 or older.
Illinois tax help:
- Online help
IDOR Taxpayer Answer Center https://idor.custhelp.com/app/home
- By phone
To receive assistance by phone, please call 800 732-8866 or 217 782-3336. Representatives are available Monday through Friday, 8 am - 5 pm. Our TDD (telecommunication device for the deaf) number is 800 544-5304.
IDOR also has a Business Hot Line that helps meet the needs of businesses and tax professionals. The Business Hot Line is available at 217 524-4772, Monday through Friday, 8 am - 5 pm.
- In person – Visit local office
When you come to one of the department's facilities, bring all available information with you. No appointments are necessary; however, if you have a complex issue, please contact the department ahead of time so they can be prepared to give you the help you may need.
2309 W. Main St. Suite 114
Marion, Illinois 62959-1196
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Associate Professor, Government Information Librarian