Tax Time 2021

Tax season begins January 2021 for tax year 2020. As in previous years, everyone will use Form 1040 to file their taxes. Taxpayers age 65 or older have the option of using Form 1040-SR.

Tax season will look a bit different this year, and we’ll be sure to use this webpage to keep you updated as we learn more. Please check back for new developments or ask us any time.

Forms and Publications

Order print tax forms directly from the IRS. This is especially helpful for non-reproducible forms that cannot be printed from the website, such as W2s.

Print most forms and publications from IRS.gov. You may print these forms using the library's remote printing service.

United Way of King County Tax Help

United Way of King County is providing free, virtual tax help to anyone living in Washington State.

You can visit their website to learn more about the documents you will need to file your taxes.

Click on “Get Help With Your Taxes” to find out if you are eligible for this service. You may also chat with a tax specialist or call 211 for assistance.

AARP Tax Aide Appointments

AARP's Tax Aide season has concluded for 2021. 

Other Filing Options

IRS Free File is available to individuals who made less than $72,000 in 2020.

MyFreeTaxes.com allows individuals filing a simple return to file their federal and state taxes online for free.

Free Filing for Servicemembers provides free filing options for members of the U.S. military.

Additional IRS Resources

IRS Homepage

Information about Form 1040

IRS Paycheck Checkup

Affordable Care Act Tax Provisions

Self-Employed Individuals Tax Center

Gig Economy Tax Center

IRS Coronavirus Resources

Help from the IRS

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