2016 Tax Guide


Once again, it's tax season. Below is a list of resources to help you to tackle your taxes and get your refund quickly!

Getting Started Guidelines:

Top Forms and Publications:

Additional Info:
Other Commonly Requested Forms and Publications:

Tax Information for Charities & Other Non-Profits

Affordable Care Act Tax Provisions Information about tax provisions in new law expanding health coverage, including provisions that affect tax-exempt organizations, such as the excise tax on indoor tanning services and small employer health care tax credit.

Tax information for Charitable Organizations
Tax Information for Churches and Religious Organizations
Tax Information for Contributors
Tax Information for Other Non-Profits
Tax Information for Political Organizations
Tax Information for Private Foundations

Tax Information for Businesses

Small Business Jobs Act of 2011 Tax Provisions New Small Business Jobs Act provisions are designed to encourage investment and provide access to capital for businesses.

IRS VIdeo Portal

The IRS Video portal contains video and audio presentations on topics of interest to small businesses, individuals and tax professionals. You will find video clips of tax topics, and archived versions of live panel discussions and webinars.

Additional Resources for Businesses

Tax Information for Government Entities:

Tax Information for Federal, State, & Local GovernmentsFederal, State and Local Governments facilitates cooperation through partnerships with federal, state, and local government agencies for the purpose of meeting their federal tax responsibilities, with a focus on customer service and fairness to all.

Tax Information for Indian Tribal Governments Indian Tribal Governments (ITG) uses partnership opportunities with Indian tribal governments, tribal associations and other federal agencies to respectfully and cooperatively meet the needs of both governments.

Information for the Tax Exempt Bond Community Tax Exempt Bonds (TEB) provides specialized information and services to the municipal finance community, including tailored educational programs which focus on bond industry segments; pro-active education and outreach products which address non-compliance trends; and compliance programs devised to foster voluntary resolution of tax law infractions.

Partnering Opportunities for Federal, State & Local Governments The Office of Governmental Liaison (GL) is responsible for developing and implementing cooperative tax administration initiatives between the IRS and federal, state, and local governments. Each state has an assigned GL to serve as the primary liaison for the GL program.

FAQ and Other Resources

Frequently Asked Questions:

Compliance & Enforcement:

Contact My Local Office:


Where to File:

Federal Income Tax:
IRS Withholding Calculator

Source: All information is from the Internal Revenue Service.