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Tax Forms and Information

The Internal Revenue Service has announced plans to open the 2014 filing season on Jan. 31 and encourages taxpayers to use e-file or Free File as the fastest way to receive refunds. The government closure meant the IRS had to change the original opening date from Jan. 21 to Jan. 31, 2014.


The Government Information Library is beginning to receive Federal tax forms for the 2014 filing season. The spreadsheet below will be updated as we receive them. For the IRS Web site, click here.


We also stock copies of the Colorado booklet (instructions and forms) for Full-Year, Part-Year, and Non Resident Individuals. Other tax forms and publications are available for download from the Colorado Department of Revenue.


We have a selection of tax forms from previous years. Contact the library at 303-492-8834 for more information.


Because we want to assist as many patrons as possible, we ask that you do not take more than 10 copies of any multi-part tax form.


It is easy to order your own forms!


To order official IRS forms, call 1-800-TAX-FORM or visit Order Information Returns and Employer Returns Online and the IRS will mail you the scannable forms and other products.

Need Help Filing Your Taxes???

If your household income is below $50,000, the LEEDS School of Business is offering free services through their Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program. Wednesdays 5:00-7:30 pm and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the LEEDS School of Business (995 Regent Drive, Koebel Building in room 375). This program will end on April 5th, 2014.

Find more information here.





Other States

Additional Tax Information
  • District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue
    Prepares annual reports for Congress that compare the tax rates and tax burdens for the District and the 50 states to Congress.
  • freeERISA.com
    "The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) requires U.S. employers to file annual reports on their employee pension plans and health/welfare plans with the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service." Use this service to find and view 5500 filings, 11k filings, public pension funds and terminating pension plans. The site also provides access to a list of collective bargaining agreements, a register of labor unions, and other information. This free service requires registration for use.
  • GuideStar
    Includes a searchable database of charitable organizations which file 990 or 990EZ reports with the IRS. "Financial data are taken from the IRS Business Master File and/or the Form 990, a public report filed with the IRS by all 501(c)(3) "public charities" with revenues exceeding $25,000. The descriptive information is derived from the Form 990 as well as from answers to questions provided directly by the organization to Philanthropic Research, Inc., publisher of GuideStar. "
  • Federal Tax Code
    Title 26 of the United States Code.
  • National Center for Charitable Statistics
    Provides publications, fact sheets, and databases on the income and expenses of non-profits. In addition, it is cooperating with the IRS and other organizations to make scanned images of IRS 990 forms available to the public through its own site .