Free webinar: IRS officials to discuss library tax form program

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Photo by AgriLifeToday via Flickr

Want to comment on the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) tax form delivery service? Discuss your experiences obtaining tax forms for your library during “Talk with the IRS about Tax Forms,” a no-cost webinar that will be hosted by the American Library Association (ALA).

The session will be held from 2:30–3:30 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. To register, send an email to Emily Sheketoff, executive director of the ALA Washington Office, at esheketoff[at]alawash[dot]org. Register now as space is limited.

Leaders from the IRS’ Tax Forms Outlet Program (TFOP) will lead the webinar. The TFOP offers tax forms and products to the American public primarily through participating libraries and post offices. Carol Quiller, the newly appointed TFOP relationship manager, will join Dietra Grant, director of the agency’s Stakeholder, Partnership, Education and Communication office, in answering questions during the webinar from the library community about tax forms and instructional pamphlet distribution.

The webinar will not be archived.

Webinar Details
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Time: 2:30–3:30 p.m. Eastern
Register now: Email: esheketoff[at]alawash[dot]org

About Jazzy Wright

Jazzy Wright was a press officer of the American Library Association's Washington Office.

6 comments

  1. Carolyn waschuck

    Stopping the production of tax forms has impacted millions of seniors – who are computer illiterate as well as low income individuals. The IRS must bring back the publication of these forms

  2. Thanks for the heads up. IRS is on their feet to reach people. BTW, if anyone needs to fill out an IRS tax form, I found a blank fillable form here: goo.gl/7GViyI . This site PDFfiller also has some tutorials on how to fill it out and a few related tax documents that you might find useful.

  3. Thanks for sharing the link, Anne!

  4. The IRS must bring back the publication of these forms. Thanks for sharing the information

  5. Contact your Senators and Representatives and let them know that any agreement to reauthorize ESEA must maintain the school library provisions overwhelmingly adopted by the HELP Committee and the full Senate 5a0 under S. 1177, the Every Child Achieves Act.

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