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How to File a Vermont Tax Amendment

Vermont State Taxes
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Vermont
"The Green Mountain State"

When Do I Need to File My Amendment for Vermont?

Your amended Vermont state return should be filed within 3 years of the filing deadline for the original tax return, or 2 years from the time when tax was paid (whichever is later).

If the IRS made changes to your federal tax return, then you must file a Vermont tax amendment form within 60 days of receiving final notice about the changes.

How Do I Fix My Accepted Vermont Taxes or File a Vermont Amended Tax Return?

If there have been changes made to your federal or Vermont state taxable income then you must file a tax amendment form. Also, if you filed a renter rebate claim or a property tax adjustment, then you must file a tax amendment form making corrections to your household income.

Follow these steps to amend your Vermont tax return: 

  1. Download and fill out Form IN-111 yourself.
  2. When you're done, print out the form and mail it to one of these addresses: VT Department of Taxes, PO Box 1779, Montpelier, VT 05601-1779 or VT Department of Taxes, PO Box 1881, Montpelier, VT 05601-1881.

Vermont State Tax Amendment Forms (Download, Complete, Print Out, and Mail)

Fill out form IN-111 for the corresponding year and make sure to indicate that it's an amended return by checking the appropriate box.

Form (Tax Year) Description
Form IN-111 (2016) Vermont Individual Income Tax Return
Form IN-111 (2015) Vermont Individual Income Tax Return
Form IN-111 (2014) Vermont Individual Income Tax Return
Form IN-111 (2013) Vermont Individual Income Tax Return
Form IN-111 (2012) Vermont Individual Income Tax Return
Form IN-111 (2011) Vermont Individual Income Tax Return

How Do I Check the Status of My Vermont Tax Amendment?

Call the Vermont Department of Taxes at 866-828-2865.

What Are the Penalties, Interest, and Fees Associated with Amended Vermont Tax Returns?

A failure to file penalty is imposed when a taxpayer fails to file a tax return. It amounts to 5% of the tax due per month, and can't exceed 25% of the total tax due. Even if no tax is due, if a return hasn't been filed within 60 days after the deadline, the penalty must be at least $50.

A failure to pay penalty is assessed when the taxpayer fails to pay the tax due. It amounts to 2% of the tax due and can't be larger than 25% of the total tax due. In addition, interest is charged on a monthly basis from the due date of the tax to the day when all of the tax, penalties and interest are paid.

A failure to make estimated tax payments penalty is imposed when the taxpayer owes $500 or more at the date of the filing. The penalty amounts to 1% per month and can't exceed 25% of the total tax due. In addition, interest is charged on a monthly basis from the due date of the tax to the day when all of the tax, penalties and interest are paid.

A failure to make sufficient estimated tax payments penalty is imposed when there is tax due at the filing deadline. The penalty amounts to 1% per month and can't exceed 25% of the total tax due. In addition, interest is charged on a monthly basis from the due date of the tax to the day when all of the tax, penalties and interest are paid.

A negligent failure to pay amounts to 25% of the tax due. In addition a monthly penalty of 2% is assessed and it's can't exceed 25% of the total tax due.

A fraudulent failure to pay penalty amounts to 100% of the tax due.

Where Do I Mail My Vermont State Tax Amendment? - Vermont Mailing Address:

If payment is due, mail to:

VT Department of Taxes
PO Box 1779
Montpelier, VT 05601-1779

If no payment is due or you are expecting a refund, mail to:

VT Department of Taxes
PO Box 1881
Montpelier, VT 05601-1881

Vermont Department of Taxes Phone Number: 866-828-2865

Vermont Department of Taxes

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What If I Need to Correct My Accepted Federal Tax Return?

Learn how to file an IRS tax amendment.