Tax help

The deadline to file taxes is April 18, 2022. Use these resources for the 2021 tax year. Check out laptops and WiFi hotspots, access DIY tax preparation software, and find local tax help.

Oregon-approved tax preparation software

Check this list from the Oregon Department of Revenue for links to free tax preparation software.

Resources for preparing your 2021 tax return

Find options for online or in-person preparation assistance depending on your age, income, and military status.

Other ways to file

MyFreeTaxes through United Way
If you have an email address, United Way can connect you with free, do-it-yourself, tax software, available through their partnership with the IRS. Limited online assistance is available for simple returns. MyFreeTaxes
GetYourRefund
GetYourRefund.org is a non-profit service built by Code for America in partnership with IRS-certified Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites nationally. Spanish website and assistance available. GetYourRefund
Cash Oregon
Get tax help in English or Spanish by IRS-certified volunteers. Cash Oregon

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

What is it?

The EITC helps give low- to moderate-income families a tax break.

Who qualifies?

Low-to-moderate-income families may qualify for the EITC on their taxes.

Am I eligible?

Use the EITC tables to determine if you are eligible for the EITC.

Printing services

Email tax schedules and other documents to info@josephinelibrary.org to be printed and picked up from any of our four library branches. Print cost is 10 cents per page.

Laptops and WiFi hotspots

Need a computer or internet access to do your taxes online? Place a request on a laptop or WiFi hotspot through the Library of Things.