In October, the Internal Revenue Service mailed postcards to residents advising them that the agency no longer would send its printed forms unless specifically requested.

Everyone who filed a paper return last year would have automatically received a postcard telling them that the federal government was no longer mailing out the income tax booklets. The postcard also gave residents information about ordering printed booklets if they needed one.

If you need the forms, call 1-800-829-3676 to have the forms mailed to you, or visit one of the volunteer sites located across the state where IRS-trained volunteers will assist you with filing your tax returns electronically.

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