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AARP TaxAide District 16 covers an area entirely East of I5 from the southern end of Seattle through Renton, Kent, Auburn, Covington and Enumclaw. To find sites in other parts of Washington state or the US, go to the AARP TaxAide Locator.

Locations, Schedule & Appointments

Our individual sites take appointments in different ways depending on the requirements and capabilities of our host sites and some sites are walk-in only (no appointments).

There is an intake booklet that taxpayers must complete before we can prepare your return.  You can obtain a copy from the site prior to your appointment.  If you pick it up the same day as your appointment, please arrive 1/2 hour early to allow time to enter the information.

Location Address Hours Appts
New Holly Library 7058 32nd Ave S Seattle WA 98118 Sat 10a-2p Sign-up here or 206-386-1906
Jefferson Community Center 3801 Beacon Ave S Seattle WA 98108 Thurs 10a-2p 206-684-7481
Renton Senior Center 211 Burnett Ave N Renton WA 98057 Thurs 9a-4p 425-430-6633
Renton Highlands Neighborhood Center 800 Edmonds Ave NE Renton WA 98056 (not available this year)
Renton Highlands Library 2801 NE 10th St. Renton WA 98056 Thurs 10:30a-4:00p & Sat 12n-4p 425-919-6419 or TaxaideRHL@comcast.net
Skyway Library 12601 76th Ave S Seattle WA 98178 Tues 10a-3p walk-in
Kent Regional Library 212 2nd Ave N Kent WA 98032 Mon 4:30p-7:45p & Sat 10a-4:45p 235-859-3330
Auburn Senior Center 808 9th St SE Auburn WA 98002 Mon 9a-3p 253-931-3016
Auburn Public Library 1102 Auburn Way S Auburn WA 98002 Wed 4p-8p 253-931-3018
Covington Library 27100 164th Ave SE Covington WA 98042 Mon & Wed 10a-4p & Sat Noon-4p 253-630-8761
Enumclaw Public Library 1700 First Street Enumclaw WA 98022 Thurs 10a-3p & Sat 10a-3:30p 360-825-2938

What to Bring

It’s important that you bring the following information to your appointment. A more complete list can be found here.

  • Government Issued Photo Id (Drivers License or Passport) for taxpayer (and spouse if joint return)
  • Social Security Card or other Government document with full Social Security Number for every individual on your tax return
  • Current year tax information, including:
    • W-2 forms (wages, gambling winnings)
    • 1099 forms (Social Security benefits, pensions, IRAs, dividends, interest, unemployment benefits)
    • Brokerage statements
    • Real estate tax and mortgage interest statements
    • Scholarship, tuition, and student loan statements
    • Health Savings Account and medical insurance forms
    • Self employment income and expense data
  • Checkbook or bank document if you want to direct deposit a refund or make a payment to the IRS from your bank account.
  • Last year’s tax return

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updated Jan 24, 2019