Minnesota Tax Forms

E-file your Minnesota personal income tax return online with 1040.com. These 2019 forms and more are available:

  • Minnesota Form M1 – Personal Income Tax Return for Residents
  • Minnesota Form M1CD – Child and Dependent Care Credit
  • Minnesota Form M1M – Income Additions and Subtractions
  • Minnesota Schedule M1NR – Nonresident and Part-Year Residents
  • Minnesota Schedule M1SA – Itemized Deductions
  • Minnesota Schedule M1REF – Refundable Credits
  • Minnesota Schedule M1WFC – Working Family Credit
  • Minnesota Accelerated Recognition of Installment Sale Gains
  • Minnesota Adjustments to Household Income
  • Minnesota Amount Paid with Extension
  • Minnesota Certificate of Rent Paid
  • Minnesota Credit for Master’s Degree
  • Minnesota Education Savings Account
  • Minnesota First Time Homebuyer Savings Account
  • Minnesota KP1 – Federal Adjustments
  • Minnesota KPI Partner’s Share of Income, Credits and Modifications – Pg 1
  • Minnesota KS Federal Adjustments
  • Minnesota M1C Other Nonrefundable Credits
  • Minnesota M1CR Credit for Income Tax Paid to Another State
  • Minnesota M1ED K-12 Education Credit/Subtraction
  • Minnesota M1LTI Long-Term Care Insurance Credit
  • Minnesota M1UE – Vehicle Information
  • Minnesota MNPRST – Statement of Property Taxes Payable
  • Minnesota MNSLC Student Loan Credit
  • Minnesota MOVE1 – Moving Expenses
  • Minnesota Payment Voucher System
  • Minnesota Sch KS-1 – Shareholder’s Share of Income, Credits/Modifications
  • Minnesota Sch KS-2 – Shareholder’s Share of Income, Credits/Modifications
  • Minnesota Voter Registration
  • Minnesota MN1UE – Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses

The following returns/forms must be paper-filed:

  • Minnesota M1PR Property Tax Refund

More reasons to use 1040.com to file your state taxes:

  • If you need to file taxes for a state that does have an income tax, 1040.com can reuse information from your federal return to automatically create your state return. (Federal return required.)
  • You can get direct deposit together with or separately from your federal refund.
  • Owe taxes? Choose direct debit, or pay by credit card or check.

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