As a result of recent court decisions, Idaho filing requirements for the 2014 tax year will be the same for legally married same-sex couples as for any other married couples. This means, for 2014 income tax returns, legally married same-sex couples can choose to file as “married filing jointly” or “married filing separately,” depending on their specific tax circumstances. The filing status used on an Idaho return must be the same as that used on the federal return. (Read more)
Published 10-22-2014 | Permanent link to this news item
The 2014 Business Form 69 Idaho Incentive Investment Tax Credit, has been revised to correct an error on page 1, line 2, under CREDIT AVAILABLE SUBJECT TO LIMITATION.Correction made to revision dated 03-17-2014, which read: 2. Pass-through share of credit from a partnership, S corporation, estate or trust that received credit by transfer in 2013 . . . . .Revised on 10-15-2014 to read: 2. Pass-through share of credit from a partnership, S corporation, estate or trust that received credit by transfer in 2014 . . . .
Published 10-16-2014 | Permanent link to this news item
The following business income tax forms and instructions have been approved, and are now available for the 2014 tax year:Forms 41, 41S, 41ES, 41EST, 47, 49C, 49E, 49E Instructions, 55, 56 Instructions, 65, 66, 67, 68,
68R, 69, 71, PTE-01, PTE-12, PTE-12 Instructions, and PTE-NROA.
The fill-in version of these forms will be available over the next three weeks.
Published 10-10-2014 | Permanent link to this news item
The following Business Income Tax Forms have been reviewed and found no revisions were required for tax year 2014:
Published 10-09-2014 | Permanent link to this news item
Following are decisions that were added to the website in the month of September. The following decisions were issued in May 2014.
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Laurie J. Davies, Legal Administrative Assistant
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Published 10-06-2014 | Permanent link to this news item
BOISE, IDAHO — Oct. 6, 2014 — The Idaho State Tax Commission wants your feedback on how well the agency is providing information on taxes. To do that, the Tax Commission is using both a print and Web survey during the month of October. (Read more)
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