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The Library Springfield-Greene County Library District Springfield, Missouri
Community Matters, Government

Income Tax Resources

Income Tax Information & Forms

The Springfield-Greene County Library District distributes Federal tax forms during filing season (February-April) as a service to the community. 

Library staff cannot help you prepare your taxes or tell you which form you need. Need someone to help prepare your tax return? The VITA program offers free tax prep assistance to filers who made $65,000 or less in 2023. Start here: Free Tax Help

Library staff members can direct you to paper copies, internet resources, and reproducible forms and publications. We can direct you to information that will help you decide what you need and to local groups that provide assistance with filling out your forms. This guide provides useful links and answers to frequently asked questions.


1. Where can I get forms?

The Missouri Department of Revenue no longer provides printed forms. You can still find Missouri income tax forms online.


2. What forms do you supply at the Library?


3. Where can I get tax forms for past years?


4. Where can I get out-of-state tax forms?


5. Can I file my forms electronically at the Library?


6. Where do I mail my tax form?


7. What is the deadline to file my taxes?

The deadline is Monday, April 15, 2024.  For more information, refer to IRS Tax Topic 301.


8. How do I check on the status of my refunds?


9. What if I get a threatening phone call saying I owe money to the IRS?


10. How do I file for the rent rebate?


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