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Iowa State University Library's page about tax forms and information
Last Updated: Feb 25, 2014 URL: http://instr.iastate.libguides.com/taxforms Print Guide RSS Updates

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Tax Advice

Iowa State University library employees are prohibited from giving tax advice.  Please do not ask!

The College of Business' Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program can help.  Check the links below for information during tax season.  They typically offer assistance between February and April each year.

  • Iowa State Daily
    Iowa State Daily will usually have an article about tax advice during the tax season. Look for information about tax advice options in the spring.

General Tax Information

The following guide provides information for ISU and the Ames community about tax forms and their availability at ISU and in the Ames area.

The Ames Public Library (temporarily located by Hobby Lobby in the Lincoln Shopping Center) has paper federal tax forms during the tax season.

Electronic forms and publications are available from one of the links below.

 

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