Tax Forms, Calculator for Tax Year 2020

As of October 15, 2021, IRS income tax forms and schedules for Tax Year 2020 can no longer be e-filed, thus 2020 Taxes can only be mailed in on paper forms. This also applies to 2020 state income tax returns. To file 2020 Taxes for free, start with the 2020 Tax Calculator to estimate your 2020 Return before filling out the 2020 Tax Forms listed below - or, you can search for tax forms. Use these free online, fillable forms to complete your 2020 Return before you sign, print, and mail your return to the 2020 IRS address. See our state tax page for state forms and addresses.

Prepare and e-file your IRS and state current year tax return(s) by April 15 following a given tax year. If you miss this deadline you have until October 15 following the April 15 date regardless of if you e-filed a tax extension. If you owe taxes, you would not owe late filing penalties, but you could be subject to late payment penalties. Tax Tip: e-file something - return or extension - even if you can't pay anything! Why? Less penalties!

If you started your 2020 Return on eFile.com but did not file it, see how to file an incomplete return from your eFile account.

e-File your return online each year with a free eFile.com account so you do not have to worry about handling any complicated tax forms. Compare our tax services and see why you should file electronically each year to get your refund fast. IT is Income Taxes: Do IT for less on eFile.com and eFileIT.

2020 Tax Forms

File 2020 Taxes Online for Free

2020 Tax Return Forms and Schedules for January 1 - December 31, 2020 can be only be paper filed now - FileIT. You had until October 15, 2021 to e-File 2020 Tax Returns, but you can - and should! - still file your 2020 Return this year. If you owed taxes, late filing penalties may apply to your tax liability. File or amend your 2020 Taxes by following these steps:

Important: the IRS announced in late August of 2022 that late filing penalties for 2019 and 2022 Returns are being abated or refunded if a taxpayer already claimed them. The IRS extended the penalty deadline so that they only begin accruing for returns filed after September 30, 2022 instead of the regular due date. Any returns filed before this date will not face any penalties; returns filed after this due date will see a penalty beginning at usually 5% of the taxes due, up to 25%. See more details on tax penalties.

If you did not e-file the 2020 Forms via eFile.com, you can load, complete, and sign the forms online via Docuclix. Then download, print, and mail the paper forms to the 2020 IRS address. See detailed information on State Income Tax Returns, Forms, and more. Don't be late when filing taxes: e-file your return each year when it is due to you can prepare and file it entirely online.

Form
Tax Year
Status
W-4 - Voluntary Income Tax Withholding form - no longer relevant.
2020
N/A

Previous, Current, and Future Taxes

See current year tax declaration, statement forms you may receive after a tax year. These are forms you might have to submit to employers, independent contractors, or you may receive for your work. When preparing a return, you will use these to report figures on your forms to calculate your taxes owed or refund. When you prepare your current year return on eFile.com, you simply enter figures from these forms and the eFile Tax App handles all the calculations and forms for you.

WatchIT