UTAH Tax Forms and Instructions
Below are the relevant links for UT State Tax information.
Utah State Mandate Tax preparers who prepare more than 100 returns in a calendar year must file individual income tax returns by electronic means. An exception is allowed if the taxpayer requests that a return not be filed electronically, or if the preparer provides evidence that it would be a hardship to file returns electronically. Utah accepts the federal PIN as the electronic signature on an electronically filed Utah return. The ERO must obtain the taxpayer signature(s) on federal form 8879. The ERO and taxpayers must keep all copies of all Forms W-2 and other documentation.



UTAH 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:
    Utah State Tax Commission
    210 North 1950 West
    Salt Lake City, UT 84134-0260

  • Return Mailing Address without Refund:
    Utah State Tax Commission
    210 North 1950 West
    Salt Lake City, UT 84134-0266

  • Estimates Mailing Address:
    Utah State Tax Commission
    210 North 1950 West
    Salt Lake City, UT 84134-0266

  • Amended Return Mailing Address:
    Utah State Tax Commission
    210 North 1950 West
    Salt Lake City, UT 84134-0260

  • Extension Mailing Address:
    Utah automatically provides an extension of six months (to October 15, 2015) to file your Utah return. There is no form needed to obtain this extension. The Utah extension is an extension to file your tax return, not an extension to pay your taxes. To avoid late payment taxes you must meet the prepayment requirements below on or before April 15, 2015. Utah statute does not provide for any extra extension periods such as for taxpayers overseas, in disaster areas, or in military service. To avoid penalties you must meet the prepayment requirements below on or before April 15, 2015. If you filed your return during a federal extension period that did not have a matching Utah extension period, you may qualify for relief of Utah penalties. See Pub 17, Utah Waivers for details.





  • Electronic Filing:
    Utah participates with the Internal Revenue Service in the Modernized Electronic Filing (MeF) Program. Utah accepts both linked and state-only returns via MeF. A copy of the federal return must be included in both cases. The following returns can be e-filed. ? Returns for 2016, 2015, and 2014. ? Part-year and nonresident returns. ? Amended returns. ? Fiscal period returns. Exclusions from electronic filing. The following Utah returns cannot be filed electronically. ? A Utah return for a deceased taxpayer where the refund is being claimed by someone other than the surviving spouse and Form TC-131 is required.
Federal Tax Information