Form K40 (2023): Kansas Individual Income Tax Return

The Kansas Individual Income Tax Return (Form K40) is a document used by KS residents to report their taxable income and calculate any taxes owed or refunds due to the state of Kansas for the tax year 2023.

Who Needs to File Form K40?

  • Generally, all Kansas residents must file a K40, regardless of their income level.
  • Exceptions exist if you had no taxable income or only received federal tax-exempt income.
  • You may still need to file to receive a refund of withheld taxes.

What Information Do I Need to File Form K40?

  • Federal tax return (Form 1040) and any relevant schedules.
  • W-2 forms showing wages and federal income tax withheld.
  • 1099 forms for other income sources (interest, dividends, etc.).
  • Social Security numbers for yourself and dependents.
  • Proof of residency (if applicable).

Key Points About Form K40:

Filing Status: Your Kansas filing status must match your federal filing status.

Standard Deduction vs. Itemized Deductions: You can choose to take the standard deduction or itemize your deductions, whichever is more beneficial.

Tax Payment: You can pay any tax owed with your K40 or electronically.

Extensions: If you need more time to file, you can request an extension.

To access the current year's Form K40, click here.