Tennessee Hall Income Tax Forms 2018
Tennessee (TN) state income tax generally applies to individuals, businesses, and other entities which receive interest from bonds and notes, and dividends from stock. The Hall Income Tax was enacted in 1929 and is named after the senator who sponsored the tax legislation. Most income from bonds, stocks, and receivable notes are taxed at a 3% flat rate. A small exemption exists for most individual Hall income tax payers. All Hall income tax returns and payments must be made online at the Tennessee Department of Revenue website.
Preparation of your Tennessee income tax forms begins with the completion of your federal income tax forms. Some of the Tennessee 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.
Last updated: April 6, 2019