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UPDATE – Due to the tragic events at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, Federal and State filing deadlines have been extended for eligible taxpayers. Find more information here.

Doing your taxes can be difficult, and having the forms you need at your fingertips can make it a bit easier. With less than three weeks until Massachusetts state income taxes are due, it’s important to get all of your necessary documentation together. To assist, below are some of the most frequently sought-after Massachusetts income tax forms on Mass.gov:

If the form you need is not listed here or you are looking for information about filing as a Corporation, Estate, Partnership, Financial Institution, Insurance Company, or other entity, visit the DOR’s Tax Forms page which has a comprehensive list. If you’d like to explore the 2012 tax tables to estimate this year’s tax liability, use DOR’s interactive tax table.

If you need additional tax information or help, visit the Department of Revenue. And if you have a completed state income tax return and want to file online, you can do so via WebFile, where you can also check the status of your refund. (Please note: Only full-year Massachusetts residents are eligible to use WebFile for personal income tax returns. Non-residents and part-year residents need to file by paper, use commercial software or a professional paid preparer.) The mailing addresses for paper returns are: Massachusetts Department of Revenue, P.O. Box 7001, Boston, MA 02204 (for refunds) and Massachusetts Department of Revenue, P.O. Box 7002, Boston, MA 02204 (for payments).

To address any remaining questions about your tax return, call DOR’s customer service line Monday through Friday from 9am – 5pm at 617-887-MDOR or toll-free in Massachusetts at 800-392-6089.

 

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