1/13/17 – 6:43 A.M.
The Findlay-Hancock County Public Library will offer some tax forms and help this tax season. Library Director Jeff Winkle says that’s despite the Ohio Department of Taxation no longer distributing tax forms through libraries. Winkle says the library will print off forms on its own. Staff will be on hand to help taxpayers print forms from the internet as well.
The library is hosting the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program again. It starts February 1. You can call 2-1-1 to make an appointment through the United Way.
The state’s department of taxation isn’t sending forms to the library anymore to stop waste. The agency says people only returned around 10 percent of the forms distributed last year.Read More →