Virginia Tax Forms 2016

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VA 760PY Schedule of Income
VA 760PY Schedule of Income 2016

Virginia 760PY Schedule of Income - Schedule of Income for part-year residents

Part-year Virginia residents, who received an income from sources within the state and want to file Form 760PY, should begin by completing this schedule. The Virginia 760PY Schedule of Income should be submitted together with Form 760PY.

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VA Form 763
VA Form 763 2016

Virginia Nonresident Individual Income Tax Return

VA Form 763 is a tax document designed for non-residents who have an income source in the state of Virginia. When filling out the form, you are required to state your income, marital status and financial holdings in Virginia to determine whether or not you owe money to the state for the fiscal year. The state of Virginia requires that you attach your federal tax return and any other necessary paperwork to this document when sending it in.

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Virginia Form 760
Virginia Form 760 2016

Virginia Individual Resident Income Tax Return

Residents of Virginia file Form 760, the long version of the Virginia Individual Resident Income Tax Return. If you are a part-year resident you should file Form 760-PY, but may be required to also file Form 763 if you made any income in Virginia while living in another state. Nonresidents who made income in Virginia have to file Form 763. You can use Form 760 to amend your tax returns as well.

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Virginia Form 760ES
Virginia Form 760ES 2016

Virginia Estimated Income Tax Payment Vouchers and Instructions for Individuals

Virginia residents, whose state income tax liability is estimated to be more than $150 after accounting for any income tax withheld and credits, are required to file this form and make an estimated income tax payment. Only Virginia residents are required to use Form 760ES; nonresidents, trusts and estates are required to file a different form, Form 770ES.

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Virginia Form 760IP
Virginia Form 760IP 2016

Virginia Automatic Extension Payment

Virginia residents, who are unable to submit individual income tax returns by May 1, are required to submit this form in order to avoid penalties and interest charges. Specifically, Form 760IP, which is also known as the Automatic Extension Payment, must be submitted only if you are unable to file individual income tax returns by May 1, you are certain you owe taxes, and if you will pay by check or money order.

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Virginia Form 760PY
Virginia Form 760PY 2016

Virginia Individual Part-Year Resident Income Tax Return

Form 760 is the form Virginia part-year residents need to file their Virginia tax returns. Although Form 760 may be supplemented with additional forms and schedules, Form 760 must be present in all Virginia part-year resident returns.

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Virginia Form 763
Virginia Form 763 2016

Virginia Individual Non-resident Income Tax Return

Form 763 is the form Virginia nonresidents need to file their Virginia tax returns. Although Form 763 may be supplemented with additional forms and schedules, Form 763 must be present in all Virginia nonresident returns.

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Virginia Form 763S
Virginia Form 763S 2016

Virginia Claim for Individual Income Tax Withheld

Virginia nonresidents, who received an income in Virginia and had their individual income taxes withheld, can claim a refund by completing and submitting this form. Virginia Form 763S, also known as the Virginia Special Nonresident claim For Individual Income Tax Withheld can only be filed by out-of-state residents.

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Virginia Schedule 763 ADJ
Virginia Schedule 763 ADJ 2016

Virginia Schedule of Adjustments for nonresident

Virginia nonresidents, who receive an income from sources within the state at or above a certain threshold, are required to file Form 763. Virginia Schedule 763 ADJ, also known as the Virginia Schedule of Adjustments for Nonresident is a supplemental income tax form that nonresidents must file together with Form 763 in order to claim certain credits, declare additions or subtractions from one’s adjusted gross income and to declare voluntary contributions.

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Virginia Schedule OSC
Virginia Schedule OSC 2016

Virginia Credit for Tax Paid To Another State

Schedule OSC is supplemental schedule that should be filed with Form 760. Schedule OSC allows residents that work in other states to claim a credit for taxes they paid to other states. This credits avoid income that was earned in another state from facing dual taxation by Virginia (the state or residency) and the other state (where the income was earned). If you paid taxes to other states, make sure to file Schedule OSC, to avoid dual taxation, and attach it to Form 760, to complete your Virginia return.

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Virginia Tax Forms Mailing Addresses

Here are the mailing addresses available for Virginia. Please note that some specific forms might have a different addresses. Please check the Form's instructions before using any addresses listed here.

 

Income Tax Returns
(No Payment)

Virginia Department of Taxation
P.O. Box 1498
Richmond, VA 23218-1498
Income Tax Returns
(Payment Enclosed)

Virginia Department of Taxation
P.O. Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760