Free Tax Filing Help
All Volunteer Income Tax Assistance events at Greene County Public Library are canceled while the library is closed to protect public health. Once the library reopens, VITA program coordinators and the IRS will decide whether tax assistance services can resume in any manner before the 2020 tax-filing deadline.
The IRS and Ohio Department of Taxation encourage taxpayers to file their returns electronically. If you need paper forms, a limited number will be available at each of our library locations. You can print or photocopy additional forms for 15¢ per page.
File Your Taxes
Library Tax Help FAQs
The IRS and Ohio Department of Taxation are encouraging taxpayers to file their returns electronically this year. Free online filing options are available:
If you choose to file with paper forms, all Greene County Public Library locations will have a limited number of preprinted federal and state tax forms available. Most locations will have municipal and school district forms.
You can print or photocopy additional tax forms at the library for 15¢ per page.
Check the websites of these national, state, and local tax agencies to find printable paper tax forms:
You can print or photocopy tax forms at your local library for 15¢ per page.
The library’s staff does not offer tax advice or interpretations of instructions, but we can help you contact the correct institution for assistance.
State and local contact information:
- Ohio Department of Taxation
- City of Fairborn
- City of Xenia
- Village of Cedarville
- Village of Jamestown
- Village of Yellow Springs
IRS-certified volunteers will also be available to help prepare returns at select libraries on limited dates during tax season.
IRS-certified volunteers who take part in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offer free tax help to people who generally make $56,000 or less, persons with disabilities, and limited English speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns.
VITA services are available at select Greene County Public Library locations on limited days and times during tax season. Visit our event calendar to learn more, and to find out if appointments are required for your preferred location.
Please be sure to review the “What to Bring” checklist on the IRS website before coming in for VITA tax help.
For convenience and security reasons, we do not recommend filing tax returns on library computers.