Where can I get CT State tax forms?

2020-04-28 by No Comments

Where can I get CT State tax forms?


  • Connecticut state tax forms can be downloaded at the Department of Revenue Services (DRS) website: www.ct.gov/drs/
  • Connecticut tax forms and publications are available at any DRS office and at most banks, libraries, post offices, and town halls during tax filing season.

How do I download old tax forms?

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  1. Online Using Get Transcript. They can use Get Transcript Online on IRS.gov to view, print or download a copy of all transcript types.
  2. By phone. The number is 800-908-9946.
  3. By mail. Taxpayers can complete and send either Form 4506-T or Form 4506T-EZ to the IRS to get one by mail.

What is CT W4 form?

Form CT-W4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate, provides your employer with the necessary information to withhold the correct amount of Connecticut income tax from your wages to ensure that you will not be underwithheld or overwithheld.

Does CT have a state W4?

You are required to keep Form CT‑W4 in your files for each employee. See Informational Publication 2020(1), Connecticut Employer’s Tax Guide, Circular CT, for complete instructions.

Where do I mail CT 1040?

Mailing Addresses

If you are filing Form… and you are not making a payment:
CT-1040 Department of Revenue Services State of Connecticut PO BOX 2976 Hartford CT 06104-2976
CT-1040NR/PY Department of Revenue Services PO Box 2976 Hartford CT 06104-2976
CT-1040ES N/A

Does CT have a state tax form?

File Your 2020 Connecticut Income Tax Return Online! There are free, online state income tax filing options available to you, including the DRS Taxpayer Service Center.

What is CT filing status A?

If you are a married individual filing jointly and you and your spouse both select Withholding Code “A,” you may have too much or too little Connecticut income tax withheld from your pay. This is because the phase‑out of the personal exemption and credit is based on your combined incomes.

What is CT filing status F?

Married – Filing Jointly, Spouse Not Working. D. Married – Filing Jointly, Both Spouses Working (combined income greater than $100,500) F. Single.