Form AR1000F - Arkansas Individual Income Tax Return-Full Year Resident

Form AR1000F is the official tax return used by residents of Arkansas to report their income and calculate any taxes owed to the state for a full calendar year.

Who Should File Form AR1000F?

  • You must file Form AR1000F if you were an Arkansas resident for the entire tax year.
  • Residency is established by living in or maintaining a domicile (permanent home) in Arkansas for the full year.
  • There are minimum income thresholds for filing, but it's generally recommended to file even if your income falls below to avoid penalties and potentially claim refunds.

What Information Do I Need to File Form AR1000F?

  • Federal tax return (Form 1040) and any relevant schedules.
  • Social Security numbers for yourself and any dependents you claim.
  • Proof of income (wages, interest, dividends, etc.).
  • Records of deductions and credits you may qualify for.
  • Banking information for direct deposit of any refunds.

Key Points about Form AR1000F:

Filing Deadline: April 15th of the following year (extensions available).

Filing Options: E-filing and paper filing both are accepted.

Tax Rates: Arkansas has a graduated income tax structure with rates ranging from 0% to 5.5%.

Standard Deduction: Generally lower than the federal standard deduction. Individual filers can deduct $2,200, and married couples filing jointly can deduct $4,400.

Itemized Deductions: You can choose to itemize deductions instead of the standard deduction if it benefits you more.