Hawaii Tax Forms 2017
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Hawaii Form HW-2 2016
Statement of Hawaii Income Tax Withheld and Wages Paid
Form HW-2 may be used by employers who want to file their annual tax returns. A copy of Form HW-2 will have to be mailed together with two copies of Hawaii Form HW-3 and a copy of federal Form W-2. All forms must be mailed to the Hawaii Department of Taxation, P.O. Box 3827, Honolulu, HI 96812-3827.
Hawaii Form N-1 2016
Hawaii Declaration of Estimated Income Tax for Individuals
Form N-1 may be used by taxpayers who need to report their estimated income tax. Hawaii Form N-1 must be filed no later than April 20th. Payments are not required for the following cases: • The taxpayer’s estimated tax liability (if the taxable year is less than $500). • The taxpayer did not have any tax liability for the preceding taxable year.
Hawaii Form N-101A 2016
Hawaii Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File Individual Income Tax Return
The N-101A form is used for Hawaii residents who seek an extension of the filing deadline for their state income tax returns. Successfully filing the N-101A automatically allows Hawaii residents a six month extension to file their N-11 or N-15 state income tax returns.
Hawaii Form N-11 2016
Hawaii Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Long)
Hawaii form N-11 is designed for state residents 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. Same form can be used to amend your returns as well.
Hawaii Form N-15 2016
Hawaii Individual Part-year and Non-resident Income Tax Return
Form N-15 is the form used by all part-year and non-residents of Hawaii to file their Hawaii tax return. Their are no shorter or longer versions of Form N-15. Thus, although Form N-15 may be supplemented by additional forms and schedules, its presence is necessary in all part-year and non-resident Hawaii tax returns.
Hawaii Capital Gains & Losses (Form N-40)
Form N-40 Sch. D may be used by taxpayers who need to report any gains and losses that were generated from a sale or exchange of capital assets by an estate or trust. If a taxpayer wishes to report any sale or exchange of property other than capital assets, he or she will need to file Schedule D-1.
Hawaii Schedule CR 2016
Hawaii Schedule of Tax Credits
Schedule CR may be filed by nonresident taxpayers who need to return to another state in addition to Hawaii residents. Hawaii Schedule CR will be generated automatically and the credit to the nonresident state will be automatically calculated and applied.
Hawaii Schedule J 2016
Hawaii Supplemental Annuities Schedule
Schedule J must be used only if you received a payment from the following:
Hawaii Form N-13 2015
Hawaii Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Short)
If you are a Hawaiian resident, regardless of where you work, and you need to file a tax return, you need to look at Form N-13. N-13 is the short form that Hawaiian residents may use to file their state income tax returns. To file your return with Form N-13 you must make less than $100,000 of income and your income may only be sourced from compensation, interest, ordinary dividends, and unemployment compensation. If you do not meet these requirements, you will need to file your Hawaii return with Form N-11, the longer form for Hawaiian residents to file their returns with.
Hawaii Form HW-3 2014
Hawaii Employer's Annual Return & Reconciliation of Hawaii Income Tax Withheld from Wages
Form HW-3 may be used by employers who want to file their annual tax returns. An employer will need to make two copies of the Hawaii Form HW-3 and mail them together with a copy of Form HW-2 and a copy of federal Form W-2. All specified forms will have to be mailed to the Hawaii Department of Taxation, P.O. Box 3827, Honolulu, HI 96812-3827.