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Forms and Instructions
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Electronic Filing Information
Electronic Filing Mandate - Tax return practitioners who prepare 50 or more Kansas individual income tax returns during any calendar year must file at least 90% of their Kansas individual returns electronically in successive years. Currently, the e-file requirement only applies to individual income tax returns.
E-File Registration Requirements - Acceptance in the Kansas e-file program is automatic with acceptance in the federal e-file program.
Tax Years That Can Be E-Filed – Current year and 2 prior years
State Only Return Requirements – Kansas state returns must be transmitted as a linked return with the Federal Return.
Amended Returns - Kansas does supports electronically filed Amended Returns. The amended return menu can be accessed in the Kansas Main Menu > Personal Information > Other Categories menu.
Electronic Signatures – N/A
General Tax Return Information
Due Date - Individual Returns - April 15, or same as IRS
Extensions - If Form 4868 is filed with the Internal Revenue Service requesting an automatic extension of time to file federal tax return, an extension of time to file for the Kansas return will automatically be received. A copy of form 4868 must be enclosed with the Kansas income tax return when filed. Kansas does not have a separate extension form, if entitled to a refund, an extension is not required. This is not an extension of time to pay.
To pay the tax balance due for an extension, use the Kansas Payment Voucher (K-40V) and mark the box indicating an extension payment. If taxpayer does not pay the tax due (may be estimated) by the original due date, they will owe interest and penalty on any balance due.
Driver’s License/Government Issued Photo Identification: This information is not required to file, however, the state of Kansas is requesting additional information in an effort to combat stolen-identity tax fraud.
Filing Status Information
The Kansas filing status must be the same as the Federal filing status.
Residency Status Information for Kansas Returns
Residents: A Kansas resident for income tax purposes is anyone who lives in Kansas, regardless of where they are employed. An individual who is away from Kansas for a period of time and has intentions of returning to Kansas is a resident.
Part-year resident: A taxpayer considered a part-year resident of Kansas if they were a Kansas resident for less than 12 months during the tax year
Nonresidents: If the taxpayer is not a resident of Kansas but received income from Kansas sources, they must file a Kansas return regardless of the amount of income received from Kansas sources. If the employer withheld Kansas taxes from their wages in error, they must also file a Kansas return in order to receive a refund, even though they had no income from Kansas sources. A letter from the employer on company letterhead and signed by an authorized company official explaining the error must accompany their return. The letter must state the amount of wages and withholding applicable to Kansas.
Military Personnel/Military Spouses
Residents: If personnel's home of record on their military records is Kansas, and they have not established residency in another state, they are still a Kansas resident and all of their income, including military compensation, is subject to Kansas income tax.
Nonresidents: If the personnel are a nonresident of Kansas but are stationed in Kansas due to military orders, they must file a Kansas return if they received income from Kansas sources. Only income from Kansas sources is used to determine the Kansas income tax due for nonresident military service members.
Military spouses: Under the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act, a military spouse’s state of residence does not change when moving to a new state to be with a service member stationed there if the residence or domicile is the same for the service member and spouse.
Business Return Electronic Filing Information
Business Electronic Filing Mandate - Presently, corporate and partnership returns are not required to be filed electronically.
Business Return General Information
Due Dates for Kansas Business Returns
Corporations - Due by the 15th day of the fourth month following the close of the corporation’s tax year.
S-Corporations - Due by the 15th day of the fourth month following the close of the entity’s tax year.
Partnerships - Due by the 15th day of the fourth month following the close of the entity’s tax year.
Fiduciary & Estate - Due by the 15th day of the fourth month following the close of the entity’s tax year.
Kansas automatically accepts the Federal Extension. No separate extension request needs to be made to the Department when filing electronically. Any extension granted is for time to file and does NOT extend time to pay.
Amended Business Returns:
Corporation - To indicate that a return is amended in the program, from the main menu of the Form K-120, select Heading Information > Amended Return. This return IS supported for e-file.
S-Corporation - To indicate that a return is amended in the program, from the main menu of the Form K-120S, select Heading Information > Filing an Amended Return. This return IS supported for e-file.
Partnership - To indicate that a return is amended in the program, from the main menu of the Form K-120S, Select Heading Information > Filing an Amended Return. This return IS supported for e-file.
Fiduciary / Estate - To indicate that a return is amended in the program, from the main menu of the Form K-41, select Heading Information > Amended Return. This return IS supported for e-file.
Business Mailing Addresses
Federal Tax Links
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