Georgia Tax Forms 2018
Printable State GA 500 and GA 500EZ Form With Instructions
Printable Georgia (GA) state income tax form 500 or form 500EZ must be postmarked by April 15, 2019 in order to avoid penalties and late fees. Printable Georgia state tax forms for the current tax year will be based on income earned between January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018. The Georgia income tax rate for 2018 is progressive from a low of 1% to a high of 6%. The Georgia state tax table can be found inside the GA Form 500 and GA Form 500EZ instructions booklet.
Preparation of your Georgia income tax forms begins with the completion of your federal income tax forms. Some of the Georgia state income tax forms require information from your federal income tax return, for example. If you have not done so already, please begin with your federal 1040 using the links above or on the left side navigation. Remember that federal tax forms 1040EZ and 1040A have been discontinued for the 2018 - 2019 filing season.
The fillable Georgia Form 500 and Georgia Form 500EZ may require you to complete all of the pages before printing. First save the PDF file to your computer, then, open and complete the fillable Georgia Form 500 or Georgia Form 500EZ in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
If you prefer the handwritten print only forms, look inside the GA Form 500 or GA Form 500EZ booklet and print the pages that you need. Save the booklet to your computer, then, open and print in Adobe Acrobat Reader for the best results.
2018 Georgia 500EZ Form and Instructions
You may use Georgia Form 500EZ if:
- You are a full-year Georgia resident.
- Your income does not exceed $99,999.
- You had wages, salaries, tips, dividends, and interest income only.
- Your filing status is single or married filing jointly.
- You do not claim any exemptions other than yourself or spouse.
- You are not 65 or over, or blind.
- You do not itemize deductions.
- You do not have adjustments to Federal Adjusted Gross Income.
- See the instruction book for more details.
2018 Georgia 500 Form and Instructions
Inside the printable Georgia booklet:
Form 500 - Individual Income Tax Return
Form 500EZ - Short Individual Income Tax Return
Schedule 1 - Adjustments to Income
Schedule 2- Georgia Tax Credits
Schedule 3- Part-Year Nonresident
Georgia Income Tax Table
Form IND-CR 201 - Schedule 201 - Disabled Person Home Credit
Form IND-CR 202 - Schedule 202 - Child and Dependent Care Credit
Form IND-CR 203 - Schedule 203 - Georgia National Guard/Air Credit
Form IND-CR 204 - Schedule 204 - Qualified Caregiving Expense Credit
Form IND-CR 205 - Schedule 205 - Driver Education Credit
Form IND-CR 206 - Schedule 206 - Disaster Assistance Credit
Form IND-CR 207 - Schedule 207 - Rural Physicians Credit
Form IND-CR 208 - Schedule 208 - Adoption of a Foster Child Credit
Form IND-CR 209 - Schedule 209 - Eligible Single-Family Residence
Form IND-CR - Summary Schedule Worksheet
Schedule for Estimating Georgia Income Taxes
Georgia Tax Rate Schedule
Frequently Required GA 500 Schedules, Vouchers, Requests:
2018 Georgia Tax Table
500-ES - 2019 Estimated Tax Payment
500-UET - Underpayment of Estimated Tax
500-X - 2018 Amended Individual Income Tax Return
525-TV - Payment Voucher
GA-9465 - Installment Payment Agreement Request
IT-303 - Extension Request
IT-560 - Payment with Extension
RET-001 - Copy of Tax Return Request
List of all printable GA state income tax forms.
Click any Georgia state income tax form title above to download, view, print, and save the PDF file. The PDF file format allows you to safely print, prepare, and mail in your 2018 Georgia state tax forms.
The Georgia Department of Revenue will expect your 2018 income tax forms to be printed on high quality printers. Today's laser, bubble-jet, or ink-jet printers are generally acceptable. Color printing is not required, however, we recommend that you read the first few pages of the Georgia Form 500 or Georgia Form 500EZ instructions booklet for updates regarding the printing of your 2018 Georgia state tax forms.
Georgia State Income Tax Refund Status
To check the status of your GA 500 or GA 500EZ income tax refund online, visit the Georgia Department of Revenue Tax Center website and use their Where's My Refund service. Georgia Department of Revenue states that their phone and walk-in representatives can only research the status of refunds in excess of 30 days for an electronically filed return and 6 weeks for a mailed in paper return.
To check the status of your Georgia income tax refund for 2018 you will need the following information:
- Social Security Number or ITIN
- Expected Refund Amount
- Tax Year
The requested information must match what was submitted on your GA Form 500 or GA Form 500EZ state income tax forms for the current year. The Georgia Tax Center Where's My Refund service allows you to lookup the years 2016, 2017, 2018.
To contact the Georgia Department of Revenue service center by phone or email, use the check your refund status link above. Alternatively, view or print the Georgia 500 or Georgia 500EZ instructions to obtain the proper phone number and mailing address.
Last updated: April 6, 2019