The IRS offers most necessary forms and publications on its website to provide easy access to users of all kinds. The Web page is split into two sections, business forms and personal forms, to eliminate confusion as to which forms one might need for the specific task at hand.Continue Reading
The forms listed on the IRS website can be utilized in two different ways. If a user seeks forms for his own use, he can fill out the form right on the website and print it with all the required information already included. If searching for forms for others, the user may print a blank form and fill it out by hand.
Some of the most commonly used forms provided by the IRS website are a 1040 form, along with all of its variants; a W-2 and W-4 for both individuals and businesses to track wages and taxes; and various 1089/1099 forms to track other types of income.
The website also posts important publications to make revenue tracking easy and simple. Publication 509 holds three tax calendars with filing deadlines, Publication 505 informs taxpayers of important withholding information and Publication 17 lists the basic rules for filing a tax return. Each of these documents is intended to make the tax process as painless as possible.Learn more about Income Tax