New York (NYS) Tax Forms
If you live in the state of New York or earn income within the state, it’s likely you will have to pay New York income tax. And with that, comes completing and filing New York (NYS) tax forms. Read on to learn more about common NYS tax forms here!
Where Do I Find State of New York State Tax Forms?
If you are trying to locate, download, or print state of New York state tax forms, you can do so on the New York Department of Taxation website.
Here are the links describing the New York tax types, along with instructions, from the New York Department of Taxation:
- Income tax
- Metropolitan commuter transportation mobility tax (MCTMT)
- Sales tax
- Withholding tax
- Corporation tax
- Property tax
- Full list of tax types
New York Income Tax Forms
Here are New York income tax forms, specific to individual filers:
- Commonly used income tax forms and instructions
- Full-year resident forms
- Part-year resident forms
- Nonresident forms
- Credit claim forms
- Other personal income tax forms
- Extension requests
- Estimated tax forms
- Withholding allowance forms
- Amended returns
- Nonresident group and team returns
- Fiduciary tax forms
- Partnership and LLC/LLP forms
More Help With State and Federal Taxes
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We can even help not only with New York tax laws, but also the federal deduction for paying state taxes.
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