Last updated January 2, 2019

For the 2018 tax year, the State of Pennsylvania will no longer provide free paper forms to libraries. We plan to pre-print a limited number of PA-40 and PA-1000 Rent Rebate forms; library staff can retrieve other forms for you, if you know the form number or schedule that you need.

For the 2018 tax year, the 1040A and 1040EZ forms have been discontinued. All federal taxpayers will file with a redesigned Form 1040.

2018 federal and state income tax returns or requests for extensions of time to file are due on Monday, April 15, 2019. 

Need Help Preparing Your Taxes?

Volunteer Tax Preparation Assistance

The United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania offers free tax preparation assistance by appointment. For more information, visit the Just Harvest program site, or dial 2-1-1 to contact the United Way Resource Navigators service.

Free Filing Online

You can file your taxes electronically with both the IRS and the State of Pennsylvania for free, regardless of your income. Additional free tax prep software may be available to you depending on income guidelines.

Forms and Publications

These links to tax forms and publications are provided as a service to the community. Dormont Public Library cannot legally provide information regarding completion of tax forms; please contact a licensed tax professional for assistance with your tax questions.

All forms require Adobe Reader to view and print. Adobe Reader software is installed and available on all library computers.

Dormont Borough

Taxes for Dormont Borough are collected by Jordan Tax Service.

Forms and Publications

Allegheny County

Taxes for Allegheny County are handled through the Allegheny County Treasurer’s Office.

Online Resources

State of Pennsylvania

Taxes for the State of Pennsylvania are collected by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

Online Resources

Forms and Publications

Federal Income Tax

Federal income tax is collected by the Internal Revenue Service.

Online Resources
Forms and Publications