Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tax Day is now July 15 for both federal and Massachusetts state taxes.
How Do I Get My Forms?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the IRS is encouraging you to file your taxes electronically.
The IRS offers two options based on income:
MA Free File Fillable Forms. Click here to fill out Massachusetts state tax forms and file electronically.
Download from the IRS Website, Print, Send by Mail:
NOTE: Due to staffing issues, processing paper tax returns could take several weeks longer. Taxpayers and tax professionals are encouraged to file electronically.
You can print forms from online here:
Federal Forms: https://www.irs.gov/forms-instructions
Ordering Forms by Mail
The IRS’s National Distribution Center is closed until further notice. We are not able to take any orders for forms or publications to be mailed during this time. Most forms and publications are available for download electronically at www.IRS.gov/forms. The IRS is currently unable to take orders for forms by phone until further notice.
How Do I Get Free Tax Help?
If your 2019 adjusted gross income was $69,000 or less, you may find one or more Free File Online options for you. Review each company's offer to make sure you qualify for a free federal return. Some companies offer free state tax returns; others may charge a fee. Click here to visit the IRS Free File webpage to see your options.
Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the AARP Tax Aide Program at the Callahan Senior Center and at SMOC, have been suspended until further notice. The IRS-run Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program has also been suspended.