Maryland Tax Forms 2019

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Maryland Form 502
Maryland Form 502 2018

Maryland Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Long)

Maryland form 502 is designed for state residents to report their annual income. The form features space to include your income, marital status as well as space to report any children or dependents you may have. By filling out the form, you will see whether or not you owe money to the state or if you will receive a refund.

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Maryland Form 502&502B
Maryland Form 502&502B 2018

Maryland Resident Income Tax Return with Form 502B

Form 502&502B may be used to file income tax returns by Maryland full-year residents or part-year residents who have more than two dependents. When mailing Maryland Form 502&502B, a check or a money order must be included and placed on top of the W-2 form. Both documents must be stapled on top of Form 502&502B.

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Maryland Form 502AC
Maryland Form 502AC 2018

Maryland Subtraction for Contribution of Artwork Form

Form 502AC may be used only when an individual has donated his or her own artwork to a museum.

You may file Maryland Form 502AC only if:

  • The sale you made from your artwork accounts for 50% or more of your annual income for the entire taxable year.
  • The museum where you donated your artwork is located in Maryland.

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Maryland Form 502AE
Maryland Form 502AE 2018

Maryland Subtraction for Income Derived in an Arts/Entertainment District Form

Form 502AE can be used only by individuals who want to claim a subtraction for income that was generated from the sale, production, publication or performance done in the entertainment district. To be eligible, the individual must file and attach Maryland Form 502AE to their Maryland tax return.

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Maryland Form 502CR
Maryland Form 502CR 2018

Maryland Individual Income Tax Credits

Form 502CR allows Maryland residents who work in another state to claim a credit for taxes paid to the state in which they work. Claiming this credit avoid dual taxation on such income by preventing both Maryland (the state of residency) and the other state (in which the income was earned) from taxing the same income. Make sure to fill out this form and attach both the return you had with the other state and your Maryland return (filed with Form 502) to redeem this credit and avoid facing dual taxation.

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Maryland Form 502D
Maryland Form 502D 2018

Maryland Declaration of Estimated Income Tax

Form 502D may be filed by taxpayers who are required to complete an income tax return if their gross income is more than $500 in excess of their withholding.

Taxpayers who received more than $500 of income from sources like prizes, awards, raffles, or lotteries are required to file Maryland Form 502D within no more than 60 days.

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Maryland Form 502INJ
Maryland Form 502INJ 2018

Maryland Injured Spouse Claim Form

Form 502INJ may be used to file an injured spouse claim by a taxpayer if the taxpayer’s injured spouse has already filed a joint return on which the spouse verifies that he or she owes a debt. In addition, in order to file this claim, the spouse must attest that he or she received an income from a Maryland source and demonstrate that payments were made (estimated tax payment or withholding).

Maryland Form 502INJ must be filed and mailed with the Maryland tax return.

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Maryland Form 502SU
Maryland Form 502SU 2018

Maryland Maryland Subtractions From Income

Form 502SU may be used by taxpayers to determine other subtractions that they might qualify for. If you qualify for additional subtractions, you may file Maryland Form 502SU and mail it together with Maryland tax income Form 502.

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Maryland Form 502TP
Maryland Form 502TP 2018

Maryland Computation of Tax Preference Income Modification Form

Form 502TP must be filed by individuals, estates or trusts that had more than $10,000 or $20,000 as a joint return in items of tax preference. To be able to file Maryland Form 502TP, you must file federal Form 6251 first.

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Maryland Form 502UP
Maryland Form 502UP 2018

Maryland Underpayment of Estimated Individual Income Tax

Maryland form 502UP is designed for state residents who have underpaid in their income tax. It is designed to determine the amount of interest owed for any back taxes as well as a penalty fee for the overdue amount. Farmers and fishermen are required to follow a different formula to determine the amount of interest owed.

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Maryland Form 502V
Maryland Form 502V 2018

Maryland Use of Vehicle for Charitable Purposes Form

Form 502V may be used by nonprofit organizations, which need to report their expenses during the time they offered qualified services such as nutritional, health or medical care. Maryland Form 502V must be attached to one’s Maryland tax return.

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Maryland Form 505
Maryland Form 505 2018

Maryland Individual Non-resident Income Tax Return

Form 505 is used by all Maryland non-residents to file their non-resident tax returns with Maryland. Form 505 is required in all Maryland nonresident returns, although it may be supplemented by additional forms or schedules.

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Maryland Form 505NR
Maryland Form 505NR 2018

Maryland Individual Non-resident Income Tax Calculation

Form 505NR must be used only by nonresidents who received a Maryland taxable income from a Maryland source. To file Form 505NR, you will need to file Form 505 first. Maryland Form 505NR must be filed and mailed together with the Maryland income tax return form.

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Maryland Form 515
Maryland Form 515 2018

Maryland Individual Non-resident Tax Return for Local Tax

This form should be filed by all Maryland nonresidents who live in areas that impose a local or earnings tax on Maryland residents. These areas include Alabama, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

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Maryland Form EL101
Maryland Form EL101 2018

Maryland Income Tax Declaration for Electronic Filing

Form and instructions for individual electronic filers to use to establish a signature document if they prepared their own return using professional online software and did not use the federal self-selected PIN as their signature on their Maryland return.

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Maryland Form MW507
Maryland Form MW507 2018

Maryland Employee's Withholding Exemption Certificate

This form allows Maryland nonresidents to tell their employers how much income to withhold from their pay for Maryland income taxes. Nonresidents should file a new MW507 each time their personal or financial situation changes.

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Maryland Nonresident Tax Booklet
Maryland Nonresident Tax Booklet 2018

Maryland Individual Non-resident Income Tax Booklet

The Maryland Nonresident Tax Booklet provides all the instructions for all required and supplemental forms that a Maryland nonresident resident would need to file to complete their Maryland tax return. This is where you can find all information to file your Maryland tax return.

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Maryland Resident Tax Booklet
Maryland Resident Tax Booklet 2018

Maryland Individual Resident Income Tax Booklet

The Maryland Resident Tax Booklet provides all the instructions for all required and supplemental forms that a Maryland resident or part-year resident would need to file to complete their Maryland tax return. This is where you can find all information to file your Maryland tax return.

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Maryland Form 502E
Maryland Form 502E 2017

Maryland Application for Extension to File Personal Income Tax Return

The 502E form is used for Maryland residents who seek an extension of the filing deadline for their state income tax returns. Successfully filing the 502E automatically allows Maryland residents a six month extension to file their 502 or 505 state income tax returns.

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Maryland Pension Exclusion Worksheet
Maryland Pension Exclusion Worksheet 2015

Maryland Part-Year Resident Pension Exclusion Worksheet

This is the pension exclusion worksheet found on page 6 of the Maryland Resident Tax Booklet. This supplemental form should be filed by all Maryland part-year residents who have pensions. The forms should be attached to Form 502.

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Maryland Form 502H
Maryland Form 502H 2013

Maryland Deduction for Preservation of Historic Property Form

Form 502H is used to figure the permitted tax credits for the rehabilitation of verified heritage constructions. To have the credits approved, the taxpayer must attach Maryland Form 502H together with a copy of the approved certification application when mailing the tax return.

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Maryland Form 503
Maryland Form 503 2013

Maryland Resident Income Tax Return (Short Form)

Form 503 may be filed only by Maryland full-year residents and part-year residents to report their income. You may file Maryland Form 503, only if your income is less than $100,000.

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Maryland Forms 502X-502XS
Maryland Forms 502X-502XS 2011

Long and Short Maryland Amended Tax Forms

Maryland Form 502X-502XS is a tax return document for residents who need to amend their previous return. Also known as the amended individual tax return form, it is used to correct any errors in income, reimbursements or tax credits on a number of other Maryland 502 tax documents. When filling out your 502X-502XS forms, you will be given the chance to explain why you are making an amendment in your tax return.

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Maryland Tax Forms Mailing Addresses

Here are the mailing addresses available for Maryland. Please note that some specific forms might have a different addresses. Please check the Form's instructions before using any addresses listed here.


General Address
Comptroller of Maryland
Revenue Administration Center
Taxpayer Service Section
Annapolis, Maryland 21411
Tax Help: (410)260-7980
Income Tax Return
Comptroller of Maryland
Revenue Administration Division
110 Carroll Street
Annapolis, Maryland 21411
Income Tax Return (Express Mail)
Comptroller of Maryland
Revenue Administration Division
80 Calvert Street
Annapolis, MD 21401