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2014 Idaho Business Forms 41ESR and ID K-1 Finalized - No 2014 Draft Forms Pending

The 2014 Idaho Business Form 41ESR Underpayment of Estimated Tax by Corporations and
Form ID K-1 Partner's Shareholder's or Beneficiary's Share of Idaho Adjustments Credits ETC.are now available for tax year 2014.

All Idaho Business Forms are finalized and removed from the pending 2014 Draft Forms web page. 

Published 10-29-2014 | Permanent link to this news item

Beware of phone scammers representing themselves as state tax collectors

BOISE, IDAHO — Oct. 27, 2014 — Phone scams aren’t seasonal; the Idaho State Tax Commission gets calls year-round from taxpayers who have been targeted by someone wanting personal information or money. (Read more)

Published 10-27-2014 | Permanent link to this news item

Forms 2014 Substitute Documents Vendor Information and 2014 MeF Vendor Information

The 2014 Substitute Documents Vendor Form and the 2014 MeF Vendor Information Form are available.  Choose the Tax Pros tab at the top and then select the Software Developers  page. 

Published 10-24-2014 | Permanent link to this news item

2014 Idaho Form 24 and 2014 Individual Income Tax Instructions Are Finalized

The 2014 Form 24 Grocery Credit Refund  and the
2014 Idaho Individual Income Tax Instructions   (includes the Tax Schedules) have been finalized for tax year 2014.

Published 10-24-2014 | Permanent link to this news item

2014 Idaho Individual Income Tax Forms Finalized

The following Idaho Individual Income Tax Forms have been finalized for the 2014 tax year:

Forms 39NR, 39R, 40, ID-40V and instructions, 43, 51 and instructions, and the CG with instructions. 

The fill-in PDFs for these individual forms are currently being developed and will be available over the next 3 weeks. 

Published 10-23-2014 | Permanent link to this news item

Updated info on same-sex couples and Idaho income tax filing

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

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