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Tax Forms

Most people who file their own state and federal taxes typically starts with IRS Form 1040, but this is far from the only form you will need, or even the only possible form you can file. There are three different income forms to choose from, and to claim certain deductions you need to attach separate forms that prove your eligibility for the deduction. FindLaw's "Tax Forms" section provides links to tax forms used for filing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and in each of the 50 states, as well explanations on when to use each form.

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