Home Individual Taxes Individual Tax Forms and Instructions Individual Tax Forms and Instructions We offer several ways for you to obtain Maryland tax forms, booklets and instructions: Download them. You can download tax forms using the links listed below. Request forms by e-mail. You can also e-mail your forms request to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our offices. Visit any of our taxpayer service offices to obtain forms. You can also file your Maryland return online using our free iFile service. Do Not Send Photocopies of forms. Federal forms or schedules unless requested. Any forms or statements not requested. Returns by fax. Returns on colored paper. Returns completed in pencil or red ink. Returns with bar codes stapled or destroyed. 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Usted puede bajar el programa gratis de Internet. Las siguientes instrucciones explican la forma de copiar un archivo de nuestra página web y verla usando el Adobe Acrobat Reader. Poner la flecha del 'mouse' sobre la forma que se quiere bajar Hacer un click derecho en el enlace (presionar el botón derecho del mouse) Escoger “Save Target as……….” o “save link as ….” Del menú inferior En la ventana “Save As” salve, escoja el lugar donde desea almacenar el archivo de su computadora La copia de información puede empezar. Una vez finalizada abra el archivo con el Adobe Acrobat Reader. Choose the Right Income Tax Form Choose the Right Income Tax Form Your residency status largely determines which form (paper or electronic) you will need to file for your personal income tax return. If you are a Maryland resident, you can file long Form 502 and 502B if your federal adjusted gross income is less than $100,000. If you lived in Maryland only part of the year, you must file Form 502. If you are a nonresident, you must file Form 505 and Form 505NR. If you are a nonresident and need to amend your return, you must file Form 505X. If you are a nonresident employed in Maryland but living in a jurisdiction that levies a local income or earnings tax on Maryland residents, you must file Form 515. Special situations If you are self-employed or do not have Maryland income taxes withheld by an employer, you can make quarterly estimated tax payments as part of a pay-as-you-go plan, using Form PV. Please refer to Payment Voucher Worksheet (PVW) for estimated tax and extension payments instructions. If you owe additional Maryland tax and are seeking an automatic six-month filing extension, you must file Form PV along with your payment by April 15, 2020. You should file Form PV only if you are making a payment with your extension request. If you need to make certain changes to your original Maryland return that has already been filed and processed, you must file Form 502X for 2019 to amend your original tax return. Income Tax Forms and Instructions Individual Tax Forms and Instructions Below you will find links to individual income tax forms and instructions from tax year 2010 through the current year. 2023 Income Tax Forms 2022 Income Tax Forms - Current Year 2021 Income Tax Forms 2020 Income Tax Forms 2019 Income Tax Forms 2018 Income Tax Forms 2017 Income Tax Forms 2016 Income Tax Forms 2015 Income Tax Forms 2014 Income Tax Forms 2013 Income Tax Forms 2012 Income Tax Forms 2011 Income Tax Forms 2010 Income Tax Forms Withholding Forms Withholding Forms Local Tax Rate Changes - There are no local tax rates increase for tax year 2022, however, six counties (Allegany's, Anne Arundel's*, Cecil's, Frederick's*, St Mary's and Washington's) have decreased their local rate for calendar year 2023. *Click here for a complete list of current city and local counties' tax rate and see note for Anne Arundel and Frederick Counties. 2023 Withholding Forms - Current Year 2022 Withholding Forms 2021 Withholding Forms 2020 Withholding Forms 2019 Withholding Forms 2018 Withholding Forms 2017 Withholding Forms 2016 Withholding Forms 2015 Withholding Forms 2014 Withholding Forms 2013 Withholding Forms 2012 Withholding Forms 2011 Withholding Forms 2010 Withholding Forms Estate and Fiduciary Forms Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2023 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2022 Estate and Fiduciary Forms - current year 2021 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2020 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2019 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2018 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2017 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2016 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2015 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2014 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2013 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2012 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2011 Estate and Fiduciary Forms 2010 Estate and Fiduciary Forms Sales and Use Tax Forms Sales and Use Tax Forms We are no longer automatically sending you a paper coupon booklet for Sales and Use Tax returns. You can file your Sales and Use tax returns through our bFilesystem. If you would like to continue receiving paper coupons you can request them by e-mailing IwantmySUTcoupons@marylandtaxes.gov or you can mail your request to Comptroller of Maryland Revenue Administration Division P.O. Box 1829 Annapolis, MD, 21404. 2022 Sales and Use Tax Forms - current year 2021 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2020 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2019 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2018 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2017 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2016 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2015 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2014 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2013 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2012 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2011 Sales and Use Tax Forms 2010 Sales and Use Tax Forms Offer in Compromise Eligibility Requirements In order to apply for this program you must meet all of the following eligibility requirements: You have incurred a delinquent tax liability that has resulted in an assessment. You have declined to pursue or exhausted all avenues of administrative appeal. You cannot make an offer in compromise if there is any issue currently under appeal. Two years must have passed since you became liable for the tax. You must have filed all returns required to be filed with the Comptroller's Office or have been assessed by the Comptroller's office for not filing a required tax return. You must not be currently involved in an open bankruptcy proceeding. For taxes owed by a business or the officers of the business, the business must be closed. You are unlikely to be able to make payment in full any time in the foreseeable future due to your financial situation. You either are without resources or unable to apply present and/or future resources to paying the outstanding tax liability. Instructions Please verify that you satisfy all of the eligibility requirements above before completing the required forms. When you complete Form MD 656, you should address all of the reasons you believe you cannot, or should not, pay the full amount due. You should offer an amount you are able to pay. A mere unwillingness to pay will not excuse you. We will consider the following circumstances when deciding whether or not to accept your offer in compromise: Doubt as to liability. If you believe you don't owe the amount due, you must include with Form MD 656 a detailed explanation of the reason(s) you believe you do not owe the tax. Insufficient resources. If you don't have enough assets or income to pay the full amount, you must include with Form MD 656 a complete financial statement, Form MD 433-A for individuals and/or Form MD 433-B for businesses. Economic or other hardship. If you have enough assets to pay the full amount, but believe that because of your exceptional circumstances requiring full payment would cause an economic hardship or would be unfair and inequitable, you must include with Form MD 656 a complete financial statement, Form MD 433-A and/or Form MD 433-B. Forms:Offer in Compromise MD 656 Collection Information Statement MD 433-A Individual MD 433-B Business Mail to: Offer in Compromise Program Comptroller of Maryland 301 West Preston Street, Room 203 Baltimore, Maryland 21201 For more information about the Offer in Compromise Program, email us at email@example.com or call 410-767-1555 from Central Maryland or 1-888-674-0020 from elsewhere. Using Downloadable Forms Using Downloadable Forms In order to view .PDF files you need a .PDF reader supported by your devices operating system. 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If you need further assistance, you may contact Taxpayer Service at 410-260-7980 from Central Maryland or at 1-800-MD-TAXES from elsewhere. Assistance is available Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; or you may email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Request A Copy of Returns Request A Copy of Previously Filed Tax Returns To request a copy of a Maryland tax return you filed previously, send us a completed Form 129 by mail or by fax. Please include your name, address, Social Security number, the tax year you are requesting and your signature. If you are requesting a copy of a joint return, include the information for both taxpayers and their signatures. Mailing address: Revenue Administration Division Central Files 110 Carroll Street Annapolis, MD 21411 Fax: 410-974-2967 Mailing Instructions Mailing Instructions The return address for a Form 502 or Form 505 filed with payment by check or money order is: Comptroller of Maryland Payment Processing PO Box 8888 Annapolis, MD 21401-8888 Send all other returns, payments and other correspondence regarding your personal or business tax account(s) to: Comptroller of Maryland Revenue Administration Division PO Box 549 Annapolis, MD 21411-0001 The following information on your correspondence will help us generate a quick response to your inquiry: Individual Taxpayers Please include your name, address, a contact number and the last four digits of Social Security number on all correspondence. Be sure to include your full Social Security number on tax returns. Make checks and money orders payable to Comptroller of Maryland. We also recommend you include your Social Security number on your check or money order. Business Taxpayers Please include your business name, address and your nine-digit federal employer identification number (FEIN) and eight-digit Maryland Central Registration (CR) number on your returns and correspondence.