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IRS officials to discuss library tax form program

Photo by AgriLifeToday via Flickr
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 at “Tell the IRS: Tax Forms in the Library,” a session that takes place during the 2015 American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting in Chicago. The session will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 1, 2015, in the McCormick Place, the Chicago Convention Center, room W187.

Trish Evans, administrator of distribution for the IRS, will lead the discussion that will explore library participation in the agency’s Tax Forms Outlet Program (TFOP). The TFOP offers tax forms and products to the American public primarily through participating libraries and post offices.

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Jazzy Wright

Jazzy Wright is a former press officer of the Washington Office.


  1. Liz Paulus Liz Paulus

    Those of us on the TFOP email list were informed of new changes today (January 9) which cut all Publication shipments (except for 1 Pub 17, the poster package, and Pub 1132 (Reproducible)). The conversation at ALA Midwinter next week should be pretty lively #massiveunderstatement . Will someone be live-blogging/tweeting this session? Let folks that can’t make it to Midwinter know how to respond!

  2. Amy Amy

    I would like to see the president of ALA ask IRS to send out a press release saying that they are not making available any tax products except 1040EZ, 1040, and 1040A. IRS should be responsible for communicating this so that patrons don’t walk into libraries all over the country looking for tax forms that aren’t there.

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