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Last Updated: Jan 24, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Tax Resources @ the Library

Lake Agassiz Regional Library locations are happy to provide tax forms free of charge at our branch locations.  If we do not have the form that you need on hand, library staff will print the form for you. 

While library staff are happy to help you get the forms you need, we cannot provide advice as to which form you should use, or on how to complete your taxes.  Tax assistance is available at the library in the form of tax help books as well as volunteer tax assistance sessions at many of our branch locations. 


Minnesota Tax Forms

The Minnesota Department of Revenue provides tax forms for Minnesota residents on its website. The library is able to provide these for you as needed. 


Federal Tax Forms

The IRS provides Federal tax forms on its website. The library is able to provide these for you as needed. 


e-Filing Information

Click here for information on e-filing your federal taxes. 


Tools and hotlines

Find tax tips from the IRS website here.



Minnesota Department of Revenue:

Internal Revenue Service:

Individual Income Tax

Taxpayer Rights Advocate

Property Tax Refund

Assistance with IRS letters or to resolve tax account issues by phone:


Local Tax Help

Lakes and Prairies Community Action Partnership is providing free tax preparation for eligible Minnesota residents that meet the following criteria:

  • Families earning $50,000 or less**
  • Individuals earning $30,000 or less**
  • Investment income less than $3,500

**They cannot prepare taxes for those who own a business, work as an independent contractor, or have investment income over $3,500.

They will have locations in Breckenridge, Barnesville, Hawley, and Moorhead. For site times and locations, visit here

Here is a checklist of what to bring with you.


IRS YouTube Channel

For more tax assistance videos from the IRS, visit their YouTube Channel.


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