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The good news is that Michigan's State Tax Site  has Forms and Publications online for 2017.  They have also mailed out tax booklets to residents but the Library has not received any at this time..

The bad news is that the Library has not yet received any Federal Income Tax Forms.  The IRS website has some of the 2017 forms online now, including 1040 and 1040-EZ.. (Not all of the instructions are current, however.)  We will update this page when we start receiving paper copies of forms!

The government urges taxpayers to file online or visit the  Internal Revenue Site - to download and print copies of forms and instructions when they become available for 2017.  

You may also request forms and publications via U.S. Mail by ordering online - or by calling 1-800-829-3676.



AARP volunteers now taking Tax Appointments

AARP volunteers are now accepting appointments for the upcoming income tax season.  They will be at the Library on Wednesdays starting February 7th, but you must make an appointment in advance.  Please call (734) 453-0750, ext. 229 and leave your name and contact information.  A Library volunteer will call you back to set up a time for your appointment.

Seeking Local Authors! bookstack3

Promote your literary works (fiction and nonfiction, for youth, teen or adult audiences) and meet other local authors and book fans at our annual Author Fair, scheduled for Saturday afternoon, May 5, 2018.  An Application to Participate is required.

lynda logo1k d 72x72With the support of the Bosch Community Fund, the Library has added to its array of electronic offerings through is a leading online learning resource that helps anyone learn business, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.  Plymouth Library cardholders will have free access to the video library of more than 6,300 engaging, top-quality courses in the areas of business, computer programming, graphic design, web development, photography and more – all taught by industry experts. 

Access by selecting the Research pulldown menu on the black bar at the top of the page and then choose

Join us on October 8th at 10 am for an overly dramatic one hour class! 4th Wall Theatre will be presenting a one hour introduction to the theatre. Students will participate in singing, dancing, and acting activities that result in a mini-performance at the end of the session. Time to get in the spotlight and shine!  This event is open to students with special needs in grades K-12 and their siblings. 

Registration begins October 1 at the youth desk or by calling 734-453-0750 x5.