Monday, November 8, 2010

Time to Order 2010 Wisconsin Income Tax Forms

It is now time to place your order for 2010 Wisconsin income tax forms.

More E-filing - Less Paper
Each year more and more Wisconsin taxpayers are filing their income tax returns electronically. In 2008 the department introduced an e-file application called Wisconsin e-file. This application is Free, Secure, and Accurate. Plus, taxpayers can get their refunds within days with direct deposit.
 We encourage you to refer your customers to this free application. Wisconsin e-file is available from the department's web site at 

Reducing the Quantity of Forms Ordered
We would like to thank all the libraries who helped in reducing the number of forms that were ordered last year. For 2009, libraries ordered approximately 200,000 fewer tax forms than in 2008, bringing the combined 2009 order down to 1.4 million. Based on the unique barcode assigned to forms provided to libraries, the department was able to determine that less than 10 percent of the 1.4 million forms provided to the libraries were actually filed with the department. While we want to continue to provide forms to taxpayers who need them, we must reduce the waste associated with forms that are not being used. We urge you to order fewer forms for 2010!

Remember, all Wisconsin tax forms are also available online at:

How to Order 2010 Wisconsin Tax Forms
Step 1 Complete Form P-744L, Library Tax Form Request, which is available at the following web site:
Step 2 Fill in requested quantities
Step 3 Save completed form to your computer
Step 4 E-mail the completed request form (as an attachment) to

Please submit your order by November 18th.  Remember to sign up to the department's Library electronic mailing list to receive important communications specifically relating to libraries.

We thank you for your time and effort in providing assistance to Wisconsin taxpayers. If you have any questions or need assistance with placing your order, feel free to contact Laurie Yahr at (608) 261-5106 or e-mail at

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