Form 1040-SS U.S. Self-Employment Tax Return Including the Additional Child Tax Credit for Bona Fide Residents of Puerto Rico OMB No. 1545-0090 U.S. Virgin Islands Guam American Samoa the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands or Puerto Rico. For Disclosure Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice see instructions. Cat. No. 17184B PTIN Form 1040-SS 2018 Page Part II Bona Fide Residents of Puerto Rico Claiming Additional Child Tax Credit See instructions. 2018 and ending For the...
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Other Types of IRS Form 1040

As we discussed in last week’s post, Form 1040 is the IRS form that most Americans will use to file their tax returns this year. Beyond the most common versions, there are a few variations to Form 1040 that taxpayers may need for certain situations.

Form 1040X is an amended tax return with corrections to previously submitted 1040 Forms (including 1040EZ, 1040A, and others). It looks very similar to the regular Form 1040, with additional sections to explain corrections made. In most cases, a Form 1040X can be submitted up to 3 years after you filed the original (and incorrect) Form 1040. (See also PDFfiller’s 2012 1040X online form, if you need to correct tax returns for that year.)

Form 1040SS is called the U.S. Self-Employment Tax Return, and meant specifically for residents of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, and Puerto Rico who are not required to file a U.S. income tax return because they are self-employed.

Form 1040V, or the Payment Voucher, serves as a tool to include a check or money order for any remaining tax owed. You’ll calculate this amount on your whichever Form 1040 you use, the full 1040, 1040a or 1040EZ.

PDFfiller allows you to fill out your tax forms and any other type of document online and with ease. For more information this tax season, check out our other tax resources to make your filing this year even easier!

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This video will walk you through how to complete a form 1040 I will be using the information from problem to a in the textbook on page 2 - 42 here is the basic information the first thing I like to do is go through and see what information is relevant and what information can be ignored I have highlighted all relevant information including taxable income tax payments and withholdings and in this problem other adjustments for adjusted gross income or AGI such as alimony I put a line through all information that I can ignore for purposes of the tax return in this instance there are three types of income interest on unmarried savings bonds medical insurance payments and life insurance payments that are not taxable and do not need to be reported on Form 1040a as you are working through chapter 2 don't forget to refer back to the tables on page 2 - 3 in the textbook to see what types of income are included and excluded from AGI the next step is to put this information in the form 1040 I have filled in the first section with the taxpayers demographic information tax filing status and calculated the number of exemptions in the income section of the form 1040 I will include all taxable items in this case their regular earnings from their jobs the interest income and the lottery income if both spouses have the same type of income in this problem they both have earnings just add the two amounts together note that the interest income is less than $1,500 so a Schedule B is not required with this return the next section of the form 1040 includes any adjustments or deductions for AGI the only adjustment we have in this problem is the alimony paid to raise ex-wife note that this estate it is a monthly amount so you will need to multiply it by 12 to get the annual amount at the very bottom of the front page of form 1040 is where we calculate AGI the next step is to calculate the amount of income taxes bring the HEI amount calculated on the first page of form 1040 to line 38 on page 2 because we don't have any information about itemized deductions place the standard deduction amount for married filing jointly filers $12,600 on line 40 on the first page of this form 1040 we determined that there were two exemptions multiply this by the $4,000 allowed for each exemption to come up with the total $8,000 exemptions listed on line 42 then calculate taxable income on line 43 the tax on line 44 is calculated using the tax tables in Appendix A of your textbook always make sure that you are looking in the right filing status column we have it covered credits or other taxes yet so just follow the instructions to calculate lines 47 55 56 and 56 t3 the last section of the form 1040 shows all payments and calculates the amount still due or the amount refundable to the taxpayer note that in this problem both spouses had federal income taxes withheld these amounts are both included in line 64 because these taxpayer is paid or withheld more than they owed they will receive a...