Tax Forms and Schedules by Tax Year

Prepare and e-File your 2021 Taxes now or by April 18, 2022. You have until October 15 October 17, 2022 to e-File 2021 Tax Returns, however, if you owe taxes, e-File an extension by April 18 otherwise late filing penalties might apply in addition to late payment penalties. See state income tax return forms.

eFile Tax forms

Find IRS or federal, state, and other income tax forms by tax year. Some of these forms are part of a tax return, while others you receive as income forms, insurance forms, Social Security forms, home mortgage, student forms, etc. You do not have to include these income or deduction reporting forms or records as part of your tax return on eFile.com. For the tax year forms you can no longer e-file, you can load, complete, sign, and download the forms.

Keep in mind that the IRS receives copies of most these reporting forms, so make sure you enter the amounts correctly on eFile.com while you prepare your return. Plus, keep copies of these reporting forms and a copy of your completed tax return. Download the return from the My Account section on eFile.com.

Tax Forms by Tax Year, Return Type

Use the resources below to find resources, forms, and information on the current tax year. 2021 Federal and state individual income tax returns can be e-filed during the 2022 Tax Season. Additionally, find back tax resources for previous year returns which can no longer be filed electronically for both federal and state.

e-File Your 2021 Tax Return Forms
Current Tax Year Return: January 1 - December 31, 2021
2021
List of tax forms you can e-file as part of your 2021 Tax Return, plus the associated Tax Return Deadlines.
2021
List of state income tax return forms by state you can e-file via eFile.com as part of your IRS tax return, plus a list of state income tax return deadlines.
2021
Tax forms and schedules you can load as forms; complete, sign, and mail them in.
2021
Complete Form 1040X online on eFile.com and download, print, and mail it to the IRS. Amendment e-Filing es expected to be available in 2022.
2021
State tax amendments cannot be e-filed anywhere. Load the forms, complete, sign and download them before you mail them to the respective state forms. Get the forms by state.
2021
You will receive 1099 Forms for 2021 as a way to report certain types of income, such as self-employment income or retirement distributions.
2021
e-File a free IRS or federal extension on or by April 18, 2022 and gain six additional months to file - late-filing penalty free - your 2021 Tax Return. This does not extend your time to pay taxes you owe. Tip: File something even if you can't pay anything!
2021
Varies by state; some states grant automatic extension with federal extension, others have no extension deadline, but require tax payments if you owe. See state extension deadlines.
2021, 2022
Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Deadlines for 2021, 2022; report your healthcare and Premium Tax Credit on your return.
Next, Future Tax Return Years - 2022, 2023, 2024
2021
Tax Year 2021 forms you file or receive during 2022 - FileIT.
2022
Tax Year 2022 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 2022) Forms and Schedules. eFiling starts in January 2023; see 2022 Tax Forms and Schedules.
2023
Tax Year 2023 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 2023) Tax Forms and Schedules. Start eFiling in January 2024; see 2023 Tax Forms and Schedules.
2024
Tax Year 2024 (January 1 - December 31, 2024) Tax Forms and Schedules. eFiling starts in January 2025; 2024 Tax Forms, Schedules.
Back Taxes for 2020 - 2004 Tax Return Years
2020-2004
Can no longer be e-Filed. Mail in forms only; e-file deadline expired. If you expect a tax refund, you have three years after the subject tax year to claim it; after that, it expires. If you owe taxes, complete and mail in the income tax return forms as soon as possible to avoid further late filing and/or payment penalties. Get the forms and instructions here.
All Tax Years prior to 2021
Expired, no longer available.
All Tax Years prior to 2021
File as soon as possible if you owe taxes. Find Instructions and Form 1040-X here. If you expect a tax refund, you have three years from the subject tax year to file and claim the refund, otherwise, your refund will expire. If you owe taxes, there is no deadline, but penalties. Estimate Penalties.
All Tax Years prior to 2021
Can no longer be e-filed. Mail in Forms only. Varies by state; visit your state page for the forms and instructions.

Back Taxes Forms, Calculators, Payments and Penalties

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