Indiana 2012 Individual Income Tax Forms
Indiana Full-Year Residents
When filing, you must include Schedules 3 & 4, 7, and probably CT-40, along with Form IT-40. You must include Schedules 1 (add-backs), 2 (deductions), 5 (credits, such as Indiana withholding), 6 (offset credits) and IN-DEP (additional dependent information) if you have entries on those schedules.
IT-40 Booklet 2012 IT-40 Income Tax Instruction Booklet (not including form or schedules)
Rules of filing:
- If you file a single federal income tax return, you must file a single Indiana individual income tax return.
- If you file a joint federal income tax return, you must file a joint Indiana individual income tax return.
Form IT-40EZ is available for many Indiana full-year residents. Note: If you were a full-year Indiana resident, but you’re filing a joint return, and your spouse was not a full-year Indiana resident, you must file Form IT-40PNR.
This form is available for Indiana full-year residents who meet all of the following qualifications:
- you must have filed a federal Form 1040EZ;
- you must have been an Indiana full-year resident;
- you must claim only the Renter’s Deduction and/or Unemployment Compensation Deduction (or none at all);
- you must have had only Indiana state and county tax withholding credits and/or Automatic Taxpayer Refund credit (or none at all); and
- you do not have any interest income from a direct obligation (acquired after Dec. 31, 2011) of a state or political subdivision other than Indiana.
Use Form IT-40 if you (and your spouse, if filing jointly) were a full-year Indiana resident and you do not qualify to file Form IT-40EZ.
Form IT-40RNR is available for individuals who meet both of the following requirements:
- you must have been a full-year resident of one of the following states: Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania or Wisconsin; and
- you must have received only the following types of income from Indiana: wages, salaries, tips or other compensation.
If you have any other kind of Indiana-source income, you’ll have to file Form IT-40PNR.
Form IT-40PNR is available if you (and/or your spouse if filing jointly) were an Indiana resident for less than a full year (or not at all) and you do not qualify to file Form IT-40RNR.