New Hampshire Interest And Dividend Income Tax Forms 2017

New Hampshire (NH) state income tax generally applies to individuals, businesses, and other entities which receive interest from bonds and notes, and dividends from stock. New Hampshire does not have a personal income tax on reported W-2 wages, for example. Most income from bonds, stocks, and receivable notes are taxed at a 5% flat rate. A small exemption exists for most individual interest and dividend income tax payers.

New Hampshire income tax forms preparation begins with the completion of your IRS federal income tax forms. Some of the New Hampshire state income tax forms require information from your IRS federal income tax return, for example. We have organized the free IRS printable tax forms under the headings 1040EZ, 1040A, 1040, and subsets of 1040. If you have not done so already, please begin with your 1040EZ, 1040A or 1040 using the links above, or on the left side navigation.

Note: If you can't view the PDF files below, right click on the form or instructions link, select "Save target as" or "Save link as" and save to your desktop or a folder. Open with an up-to-date version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, for example. This is not our requirement. It's just the way the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration created these PDF tax forms which makes them difficult to open in a browser.

2017 New Hampshire Interest and Dividend Tax Form and Instructions

Form DP-10
Form DP-10 Instructions
Form DP-10 Checklist

Frequently Required Schedules, Vouchers, Requests:
DP-10-ES - 2017 Estimated Interest and Dividends Tax
DP-59-A - Extension of Time to File Interest and Dividends Tax
DP-87 ID instructions - Report of Change (ROC)
DP-2210-2220 instructions - Underpayment of Estimated Tax

List of all printable NH state income tax forms.

Click any New Hampshire state income tax form title above to download, view, print, and save as a PDF file. The PDF file format allows you to safely print, prepare, and mail in your state tax forms. The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration will expect your 2017 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 Interest and Dividend instructions booklet for updates regarding the printing of your state tax forms.

Last updated: November 18, 2017