Tax Forms and Tax Help – 2022

tax day

Get Ready to File!

Visit the IRS guide on how to prepare to file your 2021 tax return.

See the State of Connecticut Department of Revenue Services fact and information sheet on tax forms and how to file CT state taxes. Request CT State Tax Forms and Booklets here.

Looking for tax forms?

You can visit the following sites below to get all the tax forms you need:

Internal Revenue Service (irs.gov)
Internal Revenue Service – Instruction Booklets

Request CT State Tax Forms and Booklets here
CT Department of Revenue (portal.ct.gov/DRS)

Federation of Tax Administrators (www.taxadmin.org/fta/link)

 

Tax Assistance at Fairfield Public Library

Tuesdays, January 25 to April 12, 2022
Fairfield Public Library     9:30 am – 4:00 pm     No Appointment Needed

Open to all individual filers…no age or income limitations…Particularly suited for low- and middle-income households, and those over 60.

Prepared/Filed by IRS-Certified Counselors and Administered Through the AARP/VITA/IRS Volunteer Tax Assistance program.

Bring all 2021 tax report forms (W-2s, 1099s, brokerage statements, etc.); Social Security and official photo identification; health insurance documentation (Form 1095-A) and, as possible, your 2019 and 2020 returns.

  • AARP Tax Assistance: available via the Fairfield Bigelow Senior Center. Please call 203-256-3166 for more details.

  • For free tax help at other locations near Fairfield, visit the IRS.gov tax assistance page.

Other Locations:

Nearby – Darien Library, Norwalk Main Library, South Norwalk Library, Norwalk City Hall, Norwalk Senior Center, New Canaan Library, Westport Senior Center, Westport Town Hall.

Other Locations:
Call … 1-888-227-7669 or 211
Visit … www.irs.gov/VITA or http://www.aarp.org/money/taxes/aarp_taxaide/

Virtual Tax Preparation & Filing

Any Time, Any Day – Go to https://simplifyct.org or phone 860-590-8910.

Prepared/Filed by IRS-Certified Counselors and Administered Through the AARP/VITA/IRS Volunteer Tax Assistance program.

Bring all 2021 tax report forms (W-2s, 1099s, brokerage statements, etc.); Social Security and official photo identification; health insurance documentation (Form 1095-A) and, as possible, your 2019 and 2020 returns.