Federal Tax Forms
The IRS estimates that Americans spend about 6.1 billion hours per year filling out tax forms.
Source: National Taxpayers Union, 2016
Here you can view, print, or save commonly used tax forms and accompanying instructions for completing the forms. The links below will take you to the Internal Revenue Service website.
|1040||U.S. Individual Income Tax Return||Instructions|
|1040A||U.S. Individual Income Tax Return||Instructions|
|1040EZ||U.S. Individual Income Tax Return||Instructions|
|Sch A||Itemized Deductions||Instructions|
|Sch B||Interest and Ordinary Dividends||n/a|
|Sch C||Profit and Loss from Business||Instructions|
|Sch C-EZ||Net Profit from Business||n/a|
|Sch D||Capital Gains and Losses||Instructions|
|Sch E||Supplemental Income and Loss||Instructions|
|Sch EIC||Earned Income Credit||n/a|
|Sch F||Profit and Loss from Farming||Instructions|
|Sch H||Household Employment Taxes||Instructions|
|Sch J||Farm Income Averaging||Instructions|
|Sch R||Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled||Instructions|
|Sch SE||Self-Employment Tax||Instructions|
|W-4||Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate||n/a|
|W-4P||Withholding Certificate for Pension or Annuity Payments||n/a|
|W9||Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification||Instructions|
Federal Tax Publications
There have been nearly 5,000 changes to the tax code since 2001 – an average of more than one a day, not including changes resulting from the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.
You can view or print the most popular IRS publications by simply clicking on the appropriate publication number.