2010 Federal Income Tax Forms
Free Printable 2010 Tax Forms 1040EZ 1040A 1040 and Instructions

2010 income tax forms for IRS Federal 1040EZ, 1040A and 1040 long form filers are available for download in PDF format, free, at no cost. For most the 2010 income tax forms were due by April 18, 2011. The 2010 income tax year is January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010. If you are filing your 2010 tax forms late, remember that in most cases penalties and interest accumulate each day that you are late. Don't delay, file your 2010 income tax forms as soon as you can. Upon receipt of your 2010 tax forms, the IRS will calculate your penalty and interest amount for you. If you can't afford to pay the taxes you owe, call the IRS to ask for a reduction due to hardship or to create a payment schedule.

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1040EZ - Single and Joint Filers with No Dependents, US Resident

  • Filing status is single or married filing jointly.
  • You and your spouse were under age 65 and not blind at year end.
  • No dependents.
  • Taxable income less than $100,000.
  • No deductions for educator expenses, student loan interest, or tuition and fees.
  • No claimed credits for education, retirement savings, or health coverage.
  • No advance earned income credit received.
  • You can claim the earned income tax credit using this form.
  • Your earnings are from only wages, salaries, tips, taxable scholarships or grants, unemployment compensation, Alaska Permanent Fund dividends.
  • Taxable interest must be $1,500 or less.
  • If any of the above is not true, go to the 1040A next.
  • See the instruction book for more details.

Form 1040EZ
Instructions 1040EZ

1040A - All Filing Statuses, No Itemized Deductions, US Resident

  • Taxable income less than $100,000.
  • Capital gain distributions but no other capital gains or losses.
  • Credits for child, education, earned income, dependent care, adoption, and retirement savings contributions.
  • Tax deductions for IRA contributions, student loan interest, educator expense or higher education tuition and fees.
  • No itemized deductions such as mortgage interest and property tax payments.
  • If your return is more complex than this, the next 1040 is the form for you.
  • See the instruction book for more details.

Form 1040A
Instructions 1040A

Frequently Required Schedules:
Schedule B - Interest and Ordinary Dividends for 1040A
Form 2441 - Child and Dependent Care Expenses for 1040A
Schedule R - Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled for 1040A
Schedule EIC - Earned Income Credit: Qualifying Child Information
1040-ES - Estimated Tax for Individuals
1040V - Payment Voucher
1040X - Amended US Individual Income Tax Return (current year)
2210 - Underpayment of Estimated Tax by Individuals, Estates, Trusts
8606 - Nondeductible IRAs
8615 - Tax for Children Under Age 14 With Investment Income
8812 - Additional Child Tax Credit
8815 - Exclusion of Interest From Series EE and I US Savings Bonds
8839 - Qualified Adoption Expenses
8863 - Education Credits (Hope and Lifetime Learning Credits)
8880 - Credit for Qualified Retirement Savings Contributions

Requests And Applications:
4506 - Request for Copy of Tax Return ($50.00 each)
4506-T - Request for Transcript of Tax Return (free copy)
4868 - Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File
9465 - Installment Agreement Request (make monthly payments)

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1040 - All Filing Statuses, All Deductions And Credits, US Resident

  • You must use if your taxable income is $100,000 or more.
  • Must use to itemize your deductions, such as mortgage interest and property tax payments.
  • If you could not use the 1040EZ or 1040A, you must use this form.
  • Business, investing, or items requiring advanced schedules must use the 1040.
  • See the instruction book for more details.

Form 1040
Instructions 1040
Tax Tables and Tax Rate Schedules

Frequently Required Schedules for Households:
Schedule A - Itemized Deductions
Schedule B - Interest and Ordinary Dividends
Schedule EIC - Earned Income Credit: Qualifying Child Information
Schedule H - Household Employment Taxes
Schedule R - Credit for Elderly or the Disabled
1040X - Amended US Individual Income Tax Return (current year)
2106 - Employee Business Expenses
2106-EZ - Employee Business Expenses
2441 - Child and Dependent Care Expenses
3903 - Moving Expenses
4137 - Social Security and Medicare Tax on Unreported Tip Income
8606 - Nondeductible IRAs
8615 - Tax for Children Under Age 14 With Investment Income
8834 - Qualified Electric Vehicle Credit
8839 - Qualified Adoption Expenses
8853 - Archer MSAs and Long-Term Care Insurance Contracts
8863 - Education Credits (Hope and Lifetime Learning Credits)
8880 - Credit for Qualified Retirement Savings Contributions
8885 - Health Coverage Tax Credit
8889 - Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)
8812 - Additional Child Tax Credit

Frequently Required Schedules for Business and Farming
Schedule C - Profit or Loss From Business
Schedule C-EZ - Net Profit From Business
Schedule F - Profit or Loss From Farming
Schedule J - Income Averaging for Farmers and Fishermen
Schedule SE - Self Employment Tax
1040-ES - Estimated Tax for Individuals
1040V - Payment Voucher
2210 - Underpayment of Estimated Tax by Individuals, Estates, Trusts
4562 - Depreciation and Amortization
8829 - Expenses for Business Use of Your Home

Frequently Required Schedules for Real Estate, Investing, Other
Schedule D - Capital Gains and Losses
Schedule D-1 - Continuation Sheet for Schedule D
Schedule E - Supplemental Income and Loss
Schedule K-1 (1065) - US Return of Partnership Income
4562 - Depreciation and Amortization
4972 - Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions
4952 - Investment Interest Expense Deduction
5329 - Additional Taxes on Qualified Plans and Other Tax-Favored Accounts
6251 - Alternative Minimum Tax - Individuals
8582 - Passive Activity Loss Limitations
8801 - Credit for Prior Year Minimum Tax - Individuals, Estates, and Trusts
8814 - Parent’s Election To Report Child’s Interest and Dividends
8815 - Exclusion of Interest From Series EE and I US Savings Bonds

Requests And Applications: (current forms)
4506 - Request for Copy of Tax Return (IRS fee required)
4506-T - Request for Transcript of Tax Return (free copy)
4868 - Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File
9465 - Installment Agreement Request (make monthly payments)

List of all forms (f), instructions (i), and publications (p) in pdf format

2010 income tax forms above are in PDF file format. The IRS expects your 2010 tax forms to be printed on high quality printers. Laser and ink jet printers are generally acceptable. The older style Dot-Matrix printers are generally not acceptable. You can print your 2010 income tax forms using Standard mode with Black and White or Grayscale Printing preferences set. No color printing is required. We recommend that you read the first few page of any 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ filing instructions book PDF for any updates regarding printing your tax forms.

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