Get your taxes done for free at the Teton County Library

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Save yourself money and the headache of doing your own taxes by getting yourself to the library. Once again, Teton County Library teams up with the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to offer its popular free income tax preparation service to the community.

Free tax preparation is available Wednesdays, from January 30 until April 10. IRS-certified volunteers will be ready to help you with your taxes. Spanish translators will be available onsite to assist Spanish speakers.

Free tax preparation at the library offers three types of services. For details and eligibility, please visit tclib.org/tax. Our services include:

In-Person: Wednesdays, 3-7pm, in the library’s Ordway Auditorium. This service covers federal income taxes (including self-employment income), tax credit eligibility and electronic filing. This service is offered first come, first served. Last day: April 10.

Drop Off: Drop off all your required paperwork, consult with an IRS-certified volunteer, then later come back to review and sign. Tuesdays, Jan. 29 through Apr. 9, 4-7pm, and Saturdays, Feb. 2 through April 13, 10am-1:30pm. No appointments necessary.

Self-service with help: Prepare your own taxes using the MyFreeTaxes online service, and stop in to ask questions or review with a volunteer before filing, during any of the tax preparation sessions.

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