Need tax forms? The Library will be stocking a limited supply of basic forms and booklets. Or print forms anytime from IRS.gov or the State of Colorado.

Volunteers from the AARP Tax Aide program are once again planning to offer local assistance with income tax preparation (see details below). Appointments are not yet being scheduled. However, we will update this page soon with details and availability for 2022.

What can AARP Tax-Aide do for you?

The program’s foremost objective is to serve the elderly and low income; however, no one is turned away unless their return requires elements that fall outside the scope defined by the IRS or the AARP Foundation. Returns with most basic forms of income including self-employment are permitted. We are also able to do itemized deductions and most all credits.

This service is quite comprehensive for most people in our community; however, returns not allowed include residential rental income, any property depreciation, self-employment losses, estate or trust returns, and any out-of-state returns.