Form ND-1 (2023): North Dakota Individual Income Tax Return

Form ND-1 is an official document used by individuals within North Dakota to file their annual state income tax return for tax year 2023. It allows you to report your income earned in North Dakota, calculate any taxes owed, and claim relevant deductions and credits.

Who Needs to File Form ND-1?

A. Residents: Anyone who resided in North Dakota for more than 183 days in 2023 must file a return, regardless of income amount.

B. Non-residents: Individuals who earned income from North Dakota sources (e.g., wages, rent) may need to file, even if they don't live in the state.

What Information is Required to File Form ND-1?

Personal information: This includes your name, Social Security number, address, and filing status (e.g., single, married filing jointly).

Income: You'll need to report all taxable income earned during the year, such as wages, salaries, interest, dividends, and rental income.

Deductions and credits: Certain expenses and adjustments can be deducted from your taxable income, reducing your tax liability. These may include standard deduction, itemized deductions, and tax credits for various qualifying factors.

Tax calculations: You'll need to calculate your North Dakota taxable income and tax liability based on the tax tables or schedules provided in the instructions.

Payments and refunds: You'll need to report any estimated tax payments made throughout the year and any income tax withheld from your paycheck. This will be used to determine if you owe additional tax or are entitled to a refund.

Filling Instruction For Form ND-1:

  • You can file your Form ND-1 electronically or by mail.
  • If filing electronically, the deadline is typically April 15th of the following year.
  • If filing by mail, the deadline is typically April 15th of the following year, but extensions may be available in certain cases.

To access the current year's Form ND-1, click here.