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Do I Have to File a Tax Return?

Unfiled Tax Return

In the United States, people must file for a tax return so that the state and federal authorities can determine the financial liability of taxation on a yearly income. In some cases, the taxpayers will find that they were being charged to much and will receive a tax return refunding them the difference in the amount.

Other situations will consist of the taxpayer being charged insufficient amounts, and must pay the difference to the appropriate governmental agency. However, for any tax return to take place, the person must correctly file taxes. Unfiled tax returns will not be able to render any kind of tax return to a particularly individual. Unifiled tax returns would mean that the governmental agencies involved would have no way to determine the financial liability for the particular individual, and thus, no tax return can be furnished.

FEDERAL FORMS
FORM 1040, Individual Income Tax Return
FORM 1040A, Individual Income Tax Return
FORM 1040X, Amended U.S. Individual Income Tax Return
FORM 1040EZ, Income Tax Return for Single and Joint Filers with No Dependents
FORM 1041, Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts
FORM 1041, Instructions
FORM 1041 ES, Estimated Income Tax for Estates and Trust
FORM 1065, Return of Partnership Income
FORM 1099, Miscellaneous Income
FORM W-2, Wage and Tax Statement
FORM 1120, Corporation Income Tax Return
FORM 1120, Instructions
FORM 1120S, S-Corporation Income Tax Return
FORM 4506-T, Request for Transcript of Tax Return

STATE INCOME REFUND FORMS
Alabama Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1. 2.)
Alaska Forms (Corporate 1.)
Arizona Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
Arkansas Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1. 2.)
California Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1. 2. 3.)
Colorado Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1. 2.)
Connecticut Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1. 2.)
Delaware Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2. 3.)
Florida Forms (Corporate 1. 2. 3.)
Georgia Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1. 2. 3.)
Hawaii Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1.)
Idaho Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1.)
Illinois Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
Indiana Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1.)
Iowa Forms (Indi 1. Copr 1. 2.)
Kansas Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1.)
Kentucky Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1. 2.)
Louisiana Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1.)
Maine Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1.)
Maryland Froms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1. 2.)
Massachusetts Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2. 3.)
Michigan Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
Minnesota Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1. 2. 3.)
Mississippi Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1.)
Missouri Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
Montana Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1. 2.)
Nebraska Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
New Hampshire Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1. 2.)
New Jersey Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
New Mexico Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1. 2.)
New York Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2. 3.)
North Carolina Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
North Dakota Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1.)
Ohio Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1.)
Oklahoma Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1.)
Oregon Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. Corp 1. 2. 3.)
Pennsylvania Forms (Income Tax Return)
Rhode Island Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2.)
South Carolina Forms (Indi 1. 2. Corp 1. 2. Inst)
South Dakota Forms (Corp 1. 2.)
Tennessee Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1. 2.)
Utah Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1. 2.)
Vermont Forms (Indi 1. Corp 1. 2.)
Virginia Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp. 1. 2. 3.)
Washington Forms (Seller, Buyer)
West Virginia Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1.)
Wisconsin Forms (Indi 1. 2. 3. 4. Corp 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.)

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