What types of forms are available on sctax.org?


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The type of tax forms found on sctax.org (which redirects to dor.sc.gov) include income tax return forms, such as individual, estate and fiduciary taxes, and business tax return forms, the South Carolina Department of Revenue explains. Business tax forms include income tax forms, sales and withholding tax forms.

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At the top of the Department of Revenue's home page, taxpayers can choose the Forms option, then select the forms from the drop-down menu. Information for tax professionals and local governments is also available.

As of 2015, South Carolina's income tax structure follows the federal income tax laws, the Department of Revenue explains. The state accepts the deductions, exemptions and adjustments allowed on a federal tax return with very few changes. A taxpayer's federal taxable income is the basis for calculating his state income tax liability. Income tax rates for individual taxpayers range from zero to 7 percent on taxable income. The tax brackets are adjusted for inflation on an annual basis.

Forms SC-1040 and SC-1040NR are the income tax returns needed to file taxes by South Carolina residents, according to the state Department of Revenue. The website provides mailing addresses for taxpayers who wish to file returns by mail, or taxpayers can elect to file their returns electronically.

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