Hi all, In today's paper is a notice from the IRS that they are no longer mailing out income tax forms or booklets to individuals automatically, as they have done in years past. This is because they say over 90% of individuals are already filing electronically. Below is a post of some related information: The Internal Revenue Service Alternative Media Center provided the following informa-tion on how to access accessible tax forms, instructions, and other tax publications. IRS provides assistance for people with disabilities Hundreds of the most popular federal tax forms and publications are available for download from IRS.gov for sight impaired individuals. These products range from talking tax forms to Braille formats, and are accessible using screen reading software, refreshable Braille displays and voice recognition software. Click on the links below to download these forms and publications: Download Accessible Tax Forms (Braille and Text Formats) Download Accessible Tax Publications (Braille and Text Formats) Download Accessible Talking Tax Forms Download Tax Instructions (Large Print Format) Download Tax Publications (Large Print Format) More Help is Available The IRS also offers customer service assistance for persons who are deaf or who have hearing disabilities. People with TTY equipment may call 800-829-4059, which is a toll-free number, for assistance. People who are unable to complete their tax return because of a physical disability may get assistance from an IRS office, or through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) sponsored by IRS. Taxpayers can find a nearby location by calling 1-800-906-9887. Publication 907, Tax Highlights for Persons with Disabilities, explains the tax implications of certain disability benefits and other issues, and is available at IRS.gov. Visit www. IRS.gov and click on the word "accessibility" for help and information.