What to Bring:
- Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30-12 by
- To make an appointment, simply dial 211
(after January 15th) and then press 6. They
ask that you have pen and paper ready and tell
them that you want an AARP tax-help appointment at
the Rochester Public Library.
- Saturdays 9:30-12, appointments or walk-ins,
first come first served. All returns will be
e-filed. A paper copy of your return will be
given to you.
- W-2 forms from each employer
- All 1099 forms (1099INT, 1099-DIV,
1099-misc., etc.) showing interest and/or
dividends as well as documentation showing the
original purchase price of your sold assets
- If you were paid Social Security benefits,
bring your SSA-1099
- If you received a pension or annuity, bring
- All forms indicating federal income tax paid
- If applicable, unemployment compensation
- Childcare provider information (name,
employer ID, SSN)
- If itemizing deductions bring all receipts or
canceled checks for items such as medical
expenses, taxes paid, mortgage interest paid, and
- Social Security cards for all dependents
- All cash donations claimed as a deduction
must be documented by a cancelled check or receipt
by the charity receiving the donation
- Copy of previous year tax return (This is
helpful but normally it is possible to do without
must have both signers present!
If you have
any questions simply dial 211.
2-1-1 is an easy
to remember telephone number that connects callers, at
no cost, to information about critical health and
human services available in their community.
Residents in New
Hampshire can contact 2-1-1 NH toll-free by dialing 2-1-1 in state or 1-866-444-4211 from
out of state.
Or, you can help
yourself with these resources: