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Can you still use 1040-EZ?

Can you still use 1040-EZ?

In the past, if you had a simple tax return to prepare, you likely filed your return with IRS Form 1040EZ. This form covered a broad range of taxpayers. However, filing with Form 1040EZ is no longer an option. This form has since been replaced by Form 1040 and Form 1040-SR, depending on your tax situation.

Does the IRS have a 1040-EZ form?

The simplest IRS form is the Form 1040EZ. The 1040A covers several additional items not addressed by the EZ. And finally, the IRS Form 1040 should be used when itemizing deductions and reporting more complex investments and other income.

Where do I get a 1040 EZ form?

Get the current filing year’s forms, instructions, and publications for free from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

  • Download them from
  • Order by phone at 1-800-TAX-FORM (1-800-829-3676)

Where can I find 1040EZ?

To download a Form 1040EZ to mail in, go to and click on the “Forms & Pubs” link. Select “Form 1040EZ” and the form will appear. You can fill in the form directly on your computer or tablet, but you’ll have to do the calculations yourself.

How to fill out a 1040EZ tax form?

Use the IRS’s Free File Fillable Forms (available from mid-January until mid-October)

  • Pick up copies of tax forms at an IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center (currently available only by appointment)
  • Request copies by calling 1-800-829-3676 (available Monday through Friday,7 a.m.
  • How can you prepare the 1040EZ tax form?

    On Lines 61-70,you’ll enter any payments you have already made toward your tax liability for the year.

  • If you qualify for the Earned Income Credit,enter your EIC on Line 64a.
  • Sum all of your payments,and enter the total on Line 71.
  • If the sum of your payments was greater than your total tax,enter the difference on Lines 72 and 73a.
  • What is taxable interest on the 1040EZ tax form?

    Calculating and reporting interest income. Generally speaking,you need to pay taxes on interest income the year you receive it or it becomes available to you.

  • Types of taxable interest.
  • Municipal bond interest.
  • Drawbacks to consider.
  • Where do you Send your 1040EZ taxes?

    Send to the Correct Address Check the IRS website for where to mail your tax return.

  • Use Correct Postage Weigh your envelope and apply the right amount of postage. Most tax returns are several pages long and weigh more than 1 oz.
  • Meet the Postmark Deadline If your tax return is postmarked by the filing date deadline,the IRS considers it on time.