Form IN-111: Vermont Individual Income State Tax

The Vermont Department of Taxes uses Form IN-111 for residents and non-residents to file their individual income tax return for the state of Vermont (VT). It reports your income earned during the previous tax year and calculates any taxes owed or refunds due to VT.

Who Should File Form IN-111?

A. Residents: Anyone who considered Vermont their permanent home for at least 183 days during tax year 2024 must file Form IN-111, regardless of where they earned their income.

B. Non-Residents: If you earned income in Vermont but weren't a resident for 183 days or more, you may still need to file Form IN-111 to report income sourced from Vermont.

What Information Do I Need to File?

A. Federal Tax Return: You'll need your federal adjusted gross income (AGI) from your federal tax return to complete Form IN-111.

B. Vermont Income: Gather all documents related to your income earned in Vermont, including wages, interest, dividends, and any income from self-employment.

C. Deductions and Credits: Research and gather documentation for any deductions or credits you may qualify for to reduce your Vermont tax liability.

D. Social Security Numbers: Social Security numbers (SSNs) are required for yourself and any dependents you claim.

Key Points to Remember About Form IN-111:

A. Filing Deadline: The due date to file Form IN-111 is April 15th, 2025. If you fall on a weekend or holiday, the deadline shifts to the next business day.

B. Extensions: You can request a 6-month extension to file by submitting Form IN-151, Application for Extension of Time to File Form IN-111. However, any tax owed is still due by April 15th.

C. E-filing: Vermont encourages e-filing your return. This is generally the fastest and most secure way to submit your tax return.

D. Payment: If you owe taxes, you can submit payment electronically or by mail with a voucher.