ND Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger says no state income tax forms will be printed or mailed out for the second year in a row.
N.D.(Jen Raab) – The 2017 North Dakota income tax booklets and
forms are now available online at www.nd.gov/tax/forms.
Dakota typically begins tax season when the IRS does,” Tax
Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger said. “However, with the passage
of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the IRS has delayed releasing
the date. Normally, the IRS begins accepting individual income tax
returns around mid-January.”
effort to modernize systems, cut costs, and work toward being more
environmentally responsible, this is the second year the North Dakota
Office of State Tax Commissioner will not be printing or mailing any
tax booklets or forms.
2017, approximately 85 percent of North Dakotans filed their
individual income tax returns electronically,” Rauschenberger
stated. “We continue to encourage North Dakota taxpayers to e-file.
It is still the fastest and most secure way to file.”
of 481,557 individuals filed a North Dakota individual income tax
return for tax year 2016. This is down around 27,000 from the 2015
may call 701.328.1243 for help accessing income tax booklets and
can stay up-to-date on North Dakota tax-related matters by visiting
the Office of State Tax Commissioner’s website at www.nd.gov/tax.