Wisconsin Tax Forms 2016

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Wisconsin Form 1
Wisconsin Form 1 2016

Wisconsin Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Long)

Full-year residents are usually required to file a Wisconsin resident income tax return using Form 1, the long Wisconsin Individual Resident Income Tax Return. If you are a part-year resident, you would file according to the rules for full-year Wisconsin residents, but for the portion of the year during which you were not a Wisconsin resident you have to file according to the rules for nonresidents, using Form-1NPR.

Wisconsin Form 1-ES
Wisconsin Form 1-ES 2016

Wisconsin Estimated Income Tax Voucher

Form 1-ES is an estimated income tax return that residents, nonresidents, estates and trusts, in Wisconsin, must file if any income was generated which was not subject to tax withholding. For instance, individuals in Wisconsin receiving income through dividends, self-employment or unemployment benefits must file Form 1-ES, also known as the Estimated Income Tax Voucher.

Wisconsin Form 1A
Wisconsin Form 1A 2016

Wisconsin Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Intermediate)

Form 1A is the middle length form Wisconsin residents may use to file their tax returns. To see if you meet the requirements to file this form and if this form is right for you see the Form WI-Z instructions. The other forms Wisconsin residents may file are Form WI-Z and Form 1.

Wisconsin Form 1NPR
Wisconsin Form 1NPR 2016

Wisconsin Individual Part-year and Non-resident Income Tax Return

Form 1NPR is the form Wisconsin nonresidents and part-year residents must use to file their returns. Although additional forms and schedules may supplement Form 1NPR, this form must be in all Wisconsin part-year and nonresident returns.

Wisconsin Form WI-Z
Wisconsin Form WI-Z 2016

Wisconsin Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Short)

Form WI-Z is the shortest form Wisconsin residents may use to file their tax returns. To see if you meet the requirements to file this form and if this form is right for you see the Form WI-Z instructions. The other forms Wisconsin residents may file are Form 1 and Form 1A.

Wisconsin Schedule CG
Wisconsin Schedule CG 2016

Wisconsin Income Tax Deferral of Long-Term Capital Gain

Wisconsin individuals, who do not declare any income deriving from a long-term capital gain on their annual state income tax filing (Schedule WD), must complete and submit this form. Schedule CG is required only for those who have reinvested the long-term capital gain.

Wisconsin Schedule OS
Wisconsin Schedule OS 2016

Wisconsin Credit for Tax Paid To Another State

Schedule OS is a supplemental form that should be filed with Form 1. Schedule OS allows Wisconsin residents who work in other states to receive a tax credit for tax they paid on income, earned in other states, to the state in which that income was earned. Schedule OS alleviates the income Wisconsin residents who work make in other states from facing dual taxation by awarding this credit. Make sure to file Schedule OS, to avoid facing dual taxation, and attach it to Form 1 to complete your Wisconsin resident that works in another state tax return.

WI Schedule I
WI Schedule I 2015

Wisconsin Adjustments to Convert 2011 Federal Adjusted Gross Income and Itemized Deductions to the Amounts Allowable

Wisconsin Schedule I is a tax return document that residents must file if the calculation of federal adjusted gross income or itemized deductions reveals one or more differences between Wisconsin and federal law for any given year. Schedule I must be filed together with Form 1 or Form 1NPR.

Wisconsin Form 1X
Wisconsin Form 1X 2014

Amended Return Wisconsin Income Tax

Wisconsin Form 1X is a tax return document for residents who need to amend their previous return. Also known as the amended individual tax return form, it is used to correct any errors in income, reimbursements or tax credits on a number of other Wisconsin 1 tax documents. When filling out your 1X form, you will be given the chance to explain why you are making an amendment in your tax return.


Wisconsin Tax Forms Mailing Addresses

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

 

General Address
Wisonsin Department of Revenue
2135 Rimrock Road
53713
Telphone: (608) 266-2772
Fax: (608) 267-0834
Income Tax Returns
(No Payment)

Wisonsin Department of Revenue
P.O. Box 59
Madison, WI 53785-0001
Income Tax Returns
(Payment Enclosed)

Wisonsin Department of Revenue
P.O. Box 268
Madison, WI 53790-0001