Montana Tax Forms 2019

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Montana 2 Booklet
Montana 2 Booklet 2018

Montana Individual Income Tax Form Booklet - Long Form (2011 does not include forms)

The Montana tax booklet is a guide for state individuals on how to file their state income taxes. The guide features step-by-step instructions on how to file by mail or e-file your state taxes. In addition, the booklet features information on every type of state tax form as well as areas where filers commonly make mistake.

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Montana Form 2
Montana Form 2 2018

Montana Individual Income Tax Return (Long)

Montana form 2 is designed for state individuals to report their annual income. The form features space to include your income, marital status as well as space to report any children or dependents you may have. By filling out the form, you will see whether or not you owe money to the state or if you will receive a refund.

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Montana Schedule 1
Montana Schedule 1 2018

Montana Additions to Federal AIG Schedule

Schedule 1 may be used by Montana taxpayers who want to report their tax additions to the federal adjusted gross income. Montana Schedule 1 must be filed and mailed with Montana Form 2.

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Montana Form 2EZ
Montana Form 2EZ 2017

Montana Individual Income Tax Return (Short)

This is the shortest form that Montana residents may use to file their returns. See the Form 2EZ instructions to see if you qualify to file with Form 2EZ. If you do not meet any of these requirements you will need to file your Montana return with either Form 2M or Form 2.

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Montana Schedule IV
Montana Schedule IV 2017

Montana Part-year and Non-resident Tax

Schedule IV is the schedule all Montana nonresident and part-year residents need to file to complete their returns. This form is a supplemental schedule that should be attached to Form 2 (the form needed to file Montana nonresident and part-year resident returns).

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Montana Schedule VI
Montana Schedule VI 2017

Montana Credit for Tax Paid To Another State

Schedule VI is the schedule needed to claim a credit for taxes paid to other states. This form can be filed by Montana full-year or part-year residents. You should file this schedule to avoid dual taxation on income that would otherwise face dual taxation from Montana (you state of residence) and the other other state (where the income was earned).

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Montana AMD
Montana AMD 2016

Montana Individual Income Tax Amended Return Reconciliation

Taxpayers may use Montana AMD to reconcile their original tax return and their amended tax return. If a taxpayer needs to file Montana AMD, he or she will also have to file a new tax return to report the corrections.

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Montana EXT-11
Montana EXT-11 2016

Montana Extension Payment Worksheet

EXT-11 can be used by all resident taxpayers who did not include a payment when they submitted their tax returns. Please keep in mind that if you do not pay the full amount that is owed, you will be subject to a penalty of 1.2% per month.

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Montana Payment Voucher
Montana Payment Voucher 2016

Montana Individual Income Tax Payment Voucher (Use this form for estimated tax, extension, or amended return payments.)

The Montana Payment Voucher can be used by all taxpayers who did not include an income tax payment in their annual Montana income tax return. Please keep in mind that the money order or check will have to be made payable to the Montana Department of Revenue. Payment and the Montana Payment Voucher must be mailed to MT Department of Revenue, PO Box 6308, Helena, MT 59604-6308.

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Montana Form 2M
Montana Form 2M 2014

Montana Individual Income Tax Retun (Intermediate)

Form 2M is the middle length form used to file Montana returns, regardless of residency or work location. See the Form 2M instructions to see if you qualify to use Form 2M to file your Montana tax return. If you do not meet any of these requirements you will need to file your Montana return with Form 2. If you meet all these requirements you should see if you qualify to use Form 2EZ, the shortest form used to file Montana returns.

Please note: Montana Form 2M was discontinued for Montana individual income tax returns beginning with the 2015 tax year.

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