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How do you find Oregon state tax tables?

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Oregon tax tables are found in the instructions for the state's personal income tax form, called Form 40. See the instructions for Form 40 for full-year residents, Form 40P for part-year residents and Form 40N for non-residents, according to the Oregon Department of Revenue.

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On the Department of Revenue's Web page, locate a box containing a list for Oregon state tax forms. Full-year Oregon resident should click the link for Form 40, Full-Year Resident Individual Income Tax Return Form and Instructions. The instructions open as a PDF, with tax tables beginning on page 29.

Part-year residents should click the link for Form 40P, Part-Year Resident Individual Income Tax Return Form and Instructions, and see page 29. Part-year residents pay a flat percentage on their taxable income, so a tax rate chart is listed instead of standard tax tables. Nonresidents should locate Form 40N, Nonresident Individual Income Tax Return Form and Instructions, and also see page 29 for the tax rate chart, states the Department of Revenue.

Three alternative methods exist for getting the forms and instructions containing the tax tables. Taxpayers can email the Department of Revenue to request the forms. They can call the Tax Services Unit at (503) 378-4988 or toll-free from an Oregon prefix (800) 356-4222, or they can request the forms in writing from the Department of Revenue.

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