Printable IRS forms are available at the "Forms and Publications" page of the IRS website. Forms are available on this page for those taxpayers filing taxes, claiming exemptions or needing instructions as individuals or as businesses.
Among the forms listed for individual taxpayers are Form 1040, Form W-4, Form 1040-ES and Publication 17, as listed by the IRS. U.S. residents and citizens file their annual income taxes using Form 1040. They use Form W-4 to let an employer calculate the correct income tax to withhold from their pay. To figure out the amount of estimated tax to pay on income not subject to withholding, taxpayers use Form 1040-ES. Publication 17 details the general regulations for filing federal income tax returns. Links under each of the forms provided in this site lead to related instructions or tools, such as a withholding calculator, that make it easier for taxpayers to complete the forms.
Among the forms listed for business filers include Form 941, Form W-2 and Form 1099-MISC, as provided by the IRS. Businesses use Form 941 to file their quarterly federal tax returns. These returns calculate the amount owed for the employer's portion of Social Security and Medicare taxes. Employers provide their employees with Form W-2, detailing their wages and taxes withheld for the tax year. Form 1099-MISC is used to report income paid in which taxes were not withheld.