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No more state tax booklets

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The Utah State Tax Commission will no longer print and mail individual booklets and forms for individual income tax returns.

"Last year, 77 percent of Utah taxpayers filed state income taxes online," said Charlie Roberts, Tax Commission spokesman.

All forms and publications are available online at

The Tax Commission encourages people to file and pay state taxes through

In order to file state individual income tax returns, the following information is needed:

Copy of federal tax return

All applicable W-2, 1099, K-1 and TC-675R forms with withholding information

Tax deduction and credit documents

For those using Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) for the first time, the Social Security number or individual taxpayer identification number and federal adjusted gross income from the previous year is required.

In addition to, taxpayers may also file state income taxes through a tax preparer or using commercial filing software.

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