Can I get tax forms at the post office?

Answer The IRS sends copies of the most commonly used tax forms to post offices throughout the country. These forms include Forms 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ. If you need any of these forms, go to your local p... Read More »

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Can a post office box be used on W9 forms?

While the W9 form may specifically request a street address, the IRS Employment Tax Department in Oakland, California confirmed that a post office box could be used on W9 forms provided it is your ... Read More »

Are 1099 forms available at local post offices?

While some post offices and libraries do stock supplies of popular tax forms during tax season, you will need to check with your local post office to see if that particular branch carries the 1099.... Read More »

What are forms in the context of office applications like word and excel?

Forms within most of the MS-Office applications are usually created through the use of VBA (Visual Basic for Applications). But it can also mean different things depending upon which particular Of... Read More »

How do I add a new record in forms in Microsoft Office Access 2007?

Go to ViewGo to the bottom of the form to the "Record" area. There are navigation arrows in the area. If there is not an arrow with an asterisk beside it, a new record cannot be added. The records ... Read More »