Income Tax Return Forms for Previous Tax Years: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004
Tax returns for 2008 and earlier Tax Years can no longer be prepared and filed online. Download the tax form(s) on this page, then complete, print, and mail the form(s) to the IRS. The correct IRS mailing address is printed on each of the tax forms.
Some of the forms can be filled in on your computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader. For those forms, save the form on your computer when finished, print it, and mail it to the appropriate address.
What If I Need to Prepare and File Tax Returns for 2009 and Later Tax Years?
Download IRS tax forms for Tax Years 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. To file your state return, find your state and download state forms to complete, print, sign, and mail to your state tax agency.
What If I Need to Correct or Fix My Filed and Accepted Tax Return?
You can prepare a tax return amendment, then print and mail it to the IRS. If you need to amend a state tax return, download amended state forms to print, sign, and mail to your state tax agency.
Tax Year 2008 Tax Forms
Tax Year 2007 Tax Forms
Tax Year 2006 Tax Forms
Tax Year 2005 Tax Forms
Tax Year 2004 Tax Forms
- Form 1040 - Standard Individual Tax Return
- Form 1040A - Individual Income Tax Return
- Form 1040EZ - Income Tax Return for Single and Joint Filers With No Dependents
- Form 1040X - Amended Individual Income Tax Return
- Form 4506 - Request for Copy of Your Tax Return
- Form 4506T - Request for Transcript of Your Tax Return
- Form 8453 OL - Income Declaration for Online Returns
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Tax Forms for 2009 Tax Year
View our archive of historical 1040 forms from 1913 onward.
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Where Can I Find State Tax Forms and Information?
Find state tax forms and state tax deadlines.
What is the difference between IRS tax publications and IRS tax forms?
Publications provide a detailed overview of many tax subjects. If you efile your taxes on efile.com, you don't need to study or read these long and detailed publications. Simply answer simple tax questions during your online tax return and we will do the rest for you.
Find a detailed list of IRS tax publications sorted by subject and publication number.