Virginia Department of Taxation
Note: The Virginia Department of Taxation will no longer supply libraries with paper copies of Virginia tax forms. You may download forms and instructions from visiting www.tax.virginia.gov. Or you may contact your local Commissioner of the Revenue, Director of Finance or Director of Tax Administration. You can request forms and instructions from the Forms Department by calling (804)440-2541. You may also wish to try paperless filing, using Free File/E-File. The standard fee of 10¢ per page for printing from the public computers will apply to tax forms at all Henrico County Public libraries.
Internal Revenue Service
Individual and business taxpayers will no longer receive paper income tax packages in the mail from the IRS. These tax packages contained the forms, schedules and instructions for filing a paper income tax return.
Taxpayers can still get the necessary forms and instructions online at IRS.gov or by visiting local IRS offices.
Department of Finance
Federation of Tax Administrators
If your household income is $58,000 or less, get your taxes prepared for FREE by a trained, IRS certified volunteer tax preparer and avoid costly tax preparation fees. You may also be eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Dial 211 to find a FREE tax preparation site near you or click the "File in Person" link on this page. Be sure to check the "What to bring.." list.
Library locations offering MetroCASH Tax Assistance:
- Fairfield Area Library
schedule coming soon
- Dumbarton Area Library
schedule coming soon
Tax Aide Program
Tax-aide is a free tax service provided by the IRS and administered by AARP. All volunteer tax preparers are certified by passing an IRS exam. This program is open to all ages and taxpayers are not required to be AARP members.
No appointments required or accepted—first come, first served basis only.
Be sure to bring last year's returns and all your tax forms for the current year.
For more information, visit www.aarp.org/taxaide or call the site locator at 1-888-227-7669.
The Real Estate Advantage (REAP)
Tax exemption for qualified seniors, residents that are 100 percent permanently and totally disabled, and their spouses which relieves real estate tax up to a maximum of $1,500.
Maximum taxable income is $67,000
Maximum net worth allowed is $350,000
Maximum exemption awarded is $1,500
Filing deadline is April 1st
Free programs, tools and resources to aid consumers.