Although tax laws of most states are patterned after federal tax laws, there may still be some marked and important differences between federal and state tax laws. It is worth knowing the tax laws and guidelines specific to your state. The following are some helpful resources on the state tax laws of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Learn About State Tax Laws
- State Tax Forms and Publications : This page provides a list of all 50 states and the District of Columbia, with links to their respective tax agencies for information on requirements and procedures in filing tax returns.
- State Tax Codes : Click on this link to find the list of all 50 States and the District of Columbia with corresponding links to state-specific tax information, laws and regulations.
- State Tax Forms : Different states make use of different state tax-related forms. This provides links to access the different forms from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
- Taxpayer Assistance: State-Specific : A list of the Taxpayer Assistance Agencies in different states.
- Hiring a Tax Attorney : This article is an overview of how much a tax attorney could help you, and a guide in finding the right lawyer for you—how you could evaluate, hire and work with your tax attorney.
- Who to Call for Tax Questions: Lawyer or Accountant? : A summary of comparison on the differences and similarities between what an attorney and accountant can do for you in relation to your taxes and other questions related to the matter.