Schedule F - Profit Or Loss From Farming
Printable Tax Form And Instructions 2016, 2015, 2014

Page one of IRS Form 1040 requires that you attach Schedule F to report a farm income or loss. You can not file Schedule F with one of the shorter IRS forms such as Form 1040A or Form 1040EZ. Schedule F is a two page tax form which lists the major sources of farm income and farm expense. The end result is the net farm profit or loss amount transfered to Form 1040.

Examples of when to use Schedule F:

  • You own or operate a farm (livestock, produce, grains, greenhouse, nursery, floriculture, dairy, aquaculture, etc).
  • Operate as a sole proprietor or one owner LLC.
  • Receive distributions from a cooperative.
  • Buy and resell livestock.
  • Received a crop insurance or disaster payment.
  • Receive agricultural program payments.

Schedule F Tax Form And Instructions

Click any of the federal IRS Schedule F tax form links below to download, view, print, edit, or save as a PDF file for the corresponding year. These free PDF files are unaltered and are pulled directly from the publisher.

Schedule F Tax Form 2016
Schedule F Tax Form Instructions 2016

Schedule F Tax Form 2015
Schedule F Tax Form Instructions 2015

Schedule F Tax Form 2014
Schedule F Tax Form Instructions 2014

Schedule F tax forms and instructions booklet are generally updated in December of each year (if updated the current year will display, prior year if not). Last year, many of the individual income tax forms were published late in December with instruction books following in early January due to last minute legislative changes.

More Tax Forms, Schedules, And Instructions

The printable Schedule F tax form and instructions booklet links above are a quick reference for those looking to print the one federal IRS form. Even more printable federal IRS tax forms, supporting schedules, and instructions booklet are grouped by year on our pages below:

2016 Tax Forms
2015 Tax Forms
2014 Tax Forms
2013 Tax Forms
2012 Tax Forms

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Last updated: November 19, 2016