NEBRASKA Tax Forms and Instructions
Below are the relevant links for NE State Tax information.
Nebraska State Mandate Any person or business paid to prepare 25 or more Nebraska individual income tax returns must e-file those returns.



NEBRASKA Tax Forms and Instructions Information
Online Credit Card Payments
  • Offical Payments
    Or call 1-800-2PAY-TAX (Offical payments charges a nominal fee for this service)(Use Jurisdiction Code 2000 for Individual and Jurisdiction Code 2006 for Business Taxes)
Mailing Addresses
  • Return Mailing Address:
    NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
    P.O. BOX 98912
    LINCOLN, NE 68509-8912

  • Return Mailing Address without Refund:
    NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
    P.O. BOX 98934
    LINCOLN, NE 68509-8934

  • Estimates Mailing Address:
    NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
    P.O. BOX 98911
    LINCOLN, NE 68509-8911

  • Amended Return Mailing Address:
    NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
    P.O. BOX 98911
    LINCOLN NE 68509-8911

  • Extension Mailing Address:
    Any individual making a tentative tax payment and/or wanting more time to file a Nebraska income tax return, must file a Nebraska Application for Automatic Extension of Time, Form 4868N. The requirement to file Form 4868N is waived if the Nebraska tax return is e-filed through a paid tax preparer. Married couples who file married, filing separately, who both want an extension of time, must each complete a separate Form 4868N. Blanket extensions are not granted. If a federal extension of time has been granted, the filing date for Form 1040N is automatically extended for the same period. When you file your Nebraska income tax return, if not e-filing through a paid tax preparer, you must: -Send a copy of the Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File, Federal Form 4868; or -Attach an explanation that you received an automatic federal extension electronically; and include your federal confirmation number

    NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
    P.O. BOX 94818
    LINCOLN, NEBRASKA 68509-4818

  • Electronic Filing:
    Nebraska accepts resident, nonresident and part-year returns electronically. The department may require that the ERO provide copies or originals of this documentation upon demand. If an ERO ceases business operations, they still have the obligation to retain and make Available the records for three (3) years or provide all records to the Nebraska Department of Revenue. If the business is sold, the records must be passed on and retained by the new owner(s). If an ERO ceases business operations, they still have the obligation to retain and make available the records for three (3) years or provide all records to the Nebraska Department of Revenue. The Nebraska Form 8453N is only used when the ERO needs to mail state forms and other documentation for an e-filed return to the department. These are forms and documents that are required to substantiate the state return, are not included in the electronic return, and must be mailed in to the department. It is recommended that the Form 8453N be mailed as soon as the Nebraska Acknowledgment has been received indicating the return was accepted. The Nebraska Form 8453N contains checkboxes to identify which forms or documents are attached to it, similar to the federal Form 8453. Form 8453N does not need to be signed by the taxpayer. These mailed documents and forms will be given priority processing, and in most cases will be processed much faster than if the entire return had been submitted on paper. Mail Form 8453N with attachments to: Nebraska Department of Revenue P.O. Box 98911 Lincoln, NE 68509-8911 If there are no required forms to be mailed, no Form 8453N is required. In this case, retain the state copies of Forms W-2, W-2G, 1099-MISC and 1099R and all other related state documentation for a period of three years from the due date.
Federal Tax Information