2020 Tax Information

2020 TAX PREPARATION AND RESOURCES:

The Internal Revenue Service announced that the nation’s tax season will start on Friday, February 12, 2021, when the tax agency will begin accepting and processing 2020 tax year returns. The filing deadline will be Thursday, April 15, 2021.
 

NEW! TAX FORMS-TO-GO

The Hudson Library & Historical Society has created a tax form packet to-go that will get you ready for the 2020 tax season. Please call the Reference Desk at 330.653.6658 x1010 to request a packet. Due to limited quantities of tax forms sent to the library, packets will be limited to one per household.

Included in this packet you will find:

  • Ohio 2020 Instructions for Filing Original and Amended: Individual Income Tax (IT 1040), School District Income Tax (SD 100)
  • Ohio 1040 form (plus 1 extra copy) (NOTE: per the Ohio Department of Taxation: “Given the impact of the Covid-19 to the State of Ohio, it will take several months for your paper return to process. For faster processing, we recommend you submit your return electronically using our free I-File available on our website at tax.ohio.gov, or file electronically using a commercial software product or tax preparer.”)
  • Federal Forms 1040 and 1040-SR booklet (plus 1 extra photocopy)

The library can print out additional tax forms using our curbside printing service. Additional tax form copies are limited to 10 per household. Some tax forms, such as the 1096 cannot be printed. For more information about curbside printing, go to: https://www.hudsonlibrary.org/curbside-printing/.
 

FEDERAL TAXES

There will be a limited number of Federal tax forms sent to the Hudson Library & Historical Society (and all other libraries nationwide) this year.

You can obtain copies of additional forms through:

 

OHIO STATE TAXES 

In recent years the Ohio Department of Taxation has found that only 10% of printed personal income tax returns end up being filed with the state of Ohio.  To eliminate this waste of paper, they are ending bulk distributions of paper forms. Income Tax Instruction booklets, however, will continue to be sent to libraries.

Paper forms can still be obtained by:

  • Visiting the Ohio Department of Taxation Web site (tax.ohio.gov)
  • Calling the toll-free Forms Request Line (1-800-282-1782), or
  • In writing: Ohio Department of Taxation, P.O. Box 2476 Columbus, Ohio 43216-2476

 

R.I.T.A. MUNICIPAL TAX FORMS:

R.I.T.A. forms are no longer available at the library.  Please visit the websites below or contact the Reference desk for assistance in printing these forms.

 

OTHER RESOURCES: