2014 Utah Individual Income Taxes

Income Tax Instructions

taxes on tabletThis site has in-depth information to help you file and pay Utah income taxes for the current year and for years going back to 2005. You can also find line-by-line instructions, links to forms & publications, and information on electronic filing.

Changes to Voluntary Contributions

Beginning with the 2016 income tax return (due in 2017), the voluntary contribution for the Cat and Dog Community Spay and Neuter Program (Section 59-10-1310) will no longer be available. See this notice for more information.

Changes to Taxpayer Access Point – TAP

On August 24, 2015, we changed the way you file Individual Income Tax returns in Taxpayer Access Point (TAP). Please read this information to find out how it impacts you.

Do you want your refund faster?

Filing electronically is the fastest way to get your refund. If you file by paper, it can take up to ninety days. Do not file a paper return if you file electronically, as it will slow down the process.

New This Year

Married same-sex couples. On Oct. 6, 2014 the United States Supreme Court let stand a Utah federal appeals court ruling that allows same-sex marriage. Therefore, same-sex marriages are valid in Utah and legally married same-sex couples must file their 2014 Utah returns using the same filing status as on their federal returns. See Filing Status for more information.

Don't Forget Your Use Tax

If you don't pay sales tax when you purchase a taxable item, then you're required to pay use tax. This includes Internet or catalog purchases. To learn all about use tax, including how to pay it, see Utah Use Tax for Internet and Catalog Purchases.

This website is provided for general guidance only.
It does not contain all tax laws or rules.

Tax Due Date

2014 individual income taxes were due on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.

Tax Due DateThis page has information on income tax extensions and prepayments.

All state income tax dollars fund education

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