Banks and Financial Institutions

Bank and Financial Institution Tax Forms
Form No. Current Year Forms Prior Year Forms
F-1  new  Franchise Tax Return (Rev. 2017)   2016 2015 2014 2013
F-1 Ins  new  Instructions for Preparing Form F-1 (Rev. 2017)   2016 2015 2014 2013
FP-1  new  Franchise Tax or Public Service Company Tax Installment Payment Voucher (Rev. 2017) for Tax Year 2018          
N-312  new  Capital Goods Excise Tax Credit (Rev. 2017)          
N-312 Ins  new  Instructions for Forms N-312 (Rev. 2016)          
N-586  new  Tax Credit for Low-Income Housing (Rev. 2017)          
N-587 Low-Income Housing Credit Disposition Bond (Rev. 2009)          
N-755  new  Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File Franchise or Public Service Company Tax (Rev. 2017)          
N-848  new  Power of Attorney (Rev. 2017)
Beginning July 1, 2017, the Department will require any person who represents a taxpayer in a professional capacity to register as a “verified practitioner.” Any person who is not required to register as a “verified practitioner” must use their full social security number on Form N-848 or register for a “tax matter representative” identification number. The Department will not accept prior versions of Form N-848 after June 30, 2017. Please see Tax Announcement 2017-03 for more details.
N-848 Ins  new  Instructions for Form N-848 (Rev. 12/2017)          

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