What to Bring:
- Tuesdays & Thursdays
9:30-12 by appointment only.
- To make an appointment,
simply dial 211(after
January 20th). 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
- All 1099 forms (1099INT,
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 your 1099R
- All forms indicating
federal income tax paid
- If applicable,
unemployment compensation statements 1099G
- 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 charitable contributions
- Social Security cards for
- All cash donations claimed
as a deduction must be documented by a cancelled
check or receipt by the charity
receiving the donation
- Refund deposited or
payment taken from a checking account needs a check
for the account.
- Copy of previous year tax
(This is helpful but normally it is possible to do
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: