IRS Income Tax Form 1040 by Tax Years
Since 1913, American taxpayers have used Form 1040 to prepare and file or e-File their tax returns. With the ratification of the 16th Amendment, which allows the collection of income tax, IRS Form 1040 became commonplace. When you prepare and e-File with eFile.com, the proper 1040 form will be generated for you along with the information you enter during the tax interview. 2020 Tax Returns are due April 15, 2021.
Form 1040 is revised each year by the IRS. You can click on any of the boxes below to see how the Form 1040 has changed over time. The outdated forms may be useful when filing a tax amendment or back taxes.
Future Tax Years:
Tax Forms for Tax Year 2024
Tax Forms for Tax Year 2023
Tax Forms for Tax Year 2022
Tax Forms for Tax Year 2021
Past Tax Years
* The 1913 Form was re-used for the years 1914 and 1915. In 1916, the IRS began releasing unique versions for every year.
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