North Dakota Tax Forms 2016
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ND Form ND-1 2016
North Dakota Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Long)
Residents who were required to file a federal return will also need to file a North Dakota state income tax return. Use Form ND-1, The North Dakota Individual Resident Income Tax Return (in some cases you may qualify for the short version Form ND-EZ). If you are a part-year resident or a nonresident, use Form ND-1NR. You can use Form ND-1 to amend your tax returns as well.
ND Form ND-1CR 2016
North Dakota Credit for Tax Paid to Another State
Form ND-1CR is a supplemental form that should be filed along with Form ND-1. For ND-1CR prevents North Dakota residents who work in other states from facing dual taxation on the income that they earned in other states. Without Form ND-1CR such residents would face dual taxation on this income because the income would be taxed by both North Dakota (the state of residency) and the other state (where the income was earned). Form ND-1CR prevents dual taxation by issuing a North Dakota credit to North Dakota residents who paid taxes to other states.
ND Form ND-1NR 2016
North Dakota Individual Part-year/Non-resident Income Tax Return
Form ND-1NR is the form needed by North Dakota nonresidents to file their North Dakota tax returns. Although this form may be supplemented by additional forms and schedules, it must be included in all North Dakota nonresident returns.
ND Form ND-EZ 2016
North Dakota Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Short)
Form ND-EZ is the short form needed by all North Dakota residents to file their North Dakota income tax returns. There are requirements that a North Dakota resident must meet in order to file Form ND-EZ, unlike with Form ND-1. These requirements are the that you (and your spouse) were full-year residents of North Dakota, you have no addition or subtraction adjustments, you have no tax credits to claim, you didn't (and weren't required to) pay estimated tax, and are not using the 3-year income averaging method for farm income. If you do not meet these requirements you will need to use ND-1 to file your return.
ND Schedule ND-1SA 2016
North Dakota Statutory Adjustments (fill-in pdf)
North Dakota individuals, who were granted a business exemption, participated in an organ donor program, or are employed by someone who received a workforce recruitment tax credit, are able to claim adjustments by submitting this form. North Dakota Schedule ND-1SA must be filed together with Form ND-1.
ND Tax Booklet 2016
North Dakota Form ND-1 Booklet - Instructions and Tax Tables Only
This booklet is a guide for North Dakota individuals on how to properly submit state income taxes. The North Dakota Tax Booklet features detailed instructions and tax tables that are designed to help individuals file correctly their annual income taxes.
ND Form 101 2013
Application for Extension of Time to File a North Dakota Tax Return
The 101 form is used for North Dakota residents who seek an extension of the filing deadline for their state income tax returns. Successfully filing the 101 automatically allows North Dakota residents a six month extension to file their ND-1 or ND-1NR state income tax returns.
North Dakota Tax Forms Mailing Addresses
Here are the mailing addresses available for North Dakota. Please note that some specific forms might have a different addresses. Please check the Form's instructions before using any addresses listed here.
Office of State Tax Commissioner
600 E Boulevard Ave., Dept 127
Bismarck ND 58505-0599
Tax Hotline: (701) 328-7088 Income Tax Returns
Office of the State Tax Commissioner
PO Box 5621
Bismarck, ND 58506-5621