Federal Returns – 2000’s

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  • 2004
  • 2003
  • 2002
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  • 2000
  • Recent
  1. About The Federal Data (PDF)
    1. Form 1040.Pdf
  2. Recent Federal Data (PDF)
  3. Recent Trends
  4. Recent Itemized Deductions
  5. The Statistical Distribution Of AGI, Personal Exemptions, And Federal Taxes
  6. Statistics Of Income By County
  7. Statistics Of Income By City For Cities With More The 750 Returns
  8. Household Income By County
  9. Household Income By City For Cities With More The 750 Returns
  10. Median Values By Filing Status And County
  11. Selected City Values
  12. City Means And Medians For Families And Returns
  13. County AGI Means And Medians For Families And Returns
  14. Sources Of Income
  15. Adjustments To Income
  16. Itemized Deductions
  17. Standard vs. Itemized Deductions
  18. Schedule C (Sole Proprietors)
  19. Schedule D (Capital Gains)
  20. Schedule E (Partners, Royalties, Rent, Trust, Estate Income)
  21. Schedule F (Farm Income)
  22. Credits, Payments And Minimum Tax
  23. Data By Filing Status And County
  24. Data By Filing Status
  25. Zipcode Data By Zip
  26. Zipcode Data By Filing Status And Zip
  27. Household Zipcode Data By Zip
  28. Household Zipcode Data By Filing Status And Zip
  29. Income by Age, Income Class, and Filing Status
  30. A distribution of families by number of children, income, and filing status. This can be a little confusing, but it tells the number of families with a given number of children. For example, if you go to the bottom line which is all incomes and filing status, you will find there were 82,402 families with 3 children and they were 8% of families.
  31. A distribution of children by number of children, income, and filing status. This can be a little confusing, but it tells the number of children in families with a given number of children. For example, if you go to the bottom line which is all incomes and filing status, you will find there were 247,206 children in families with 3 children and they were 26% of children.
  32. Over 65 by county
  33. Over 65 by income
  1. About The Federal Data (PDF)
    1. Form 1040.Pdf
  2. Recent Federal Data (PDF)
  3. Recent Trends
  4. Recent Itemized Deductions
  5. The Statistical Distribution Of AGI, Personal Exemptions, And Federal Taxes
  6. Statistics Of Income By County
  7. Statistics Of Income By City For Cities With More The 750 Returns
  8. Household Income By County
  9. Household Income By City For Cities With More The 750 Returns
  10. Median Values By Filing Status And County
  11. Selected City Values
  12. City Means And Medians For Families And Returns
  13. County Means And Medians For Families And Returns
  14. Sources Of Income
  15. Adjustments To Income
  16. Itemized Deductions
  17. Standard vs. Itemized Deductions
  18. Schedule C (Sole Proprietors)
  19. Schedule D (Capital Gains)
  20. Schedule E (Partners, Royalties, Rent, Trust, Estate Income)
  21. Schedule F (Farm Income)
  22. Credits, Paments And Minimum Tax
  23. Data By Filing Status And County
  24. Data By Filing Status
  25. Zipcode Data By Zip
  26. Zipcode Data By Filing Status And Zip
  27. Household Zipcode Data By Zip
  28. Household Zipcode Data By Filing Status And Zip
  29. Income by Age, Income Class, and Filing Status (New for 2005)
  30. A distribution of families by number of children, income, and filing status. (New for 2005). This can be a little confusing, but it tells the number of families with a given number of children. For example, if you go to the bottom line which is all incomes and filing status, you will find there were 75,603 families with 3 children and they were 8% of families.
  31. A distribution of children by number of children, income, and filing status. (New for 2005). This can be a little confusing, but it tells the number of children in families with a given number of children. For example, if you go to the bottom line which is all incomes and filing status, you will find there were 250,432 children in families with 3 children and they were 28% of children.
  32. Over 65 by county
  33. Over 65 by income
  1. About The Federal Data (PDF)
    1. Form 1040.Pdf
  2. Recent Federal Data (PDF)
  3. Recent Trends
  4. Recent Itemized Deductions
  5. The Statistical Distribution Of AGI, Personal Exemptions, And Federal Taxes
  6. Statistics Of Income By County
  7. Statistics Of Income By City For Cities With More The 750 Returns
  8. Household Income By County
  9. Household Income By City For Cities With More The 750 Returns
  10. Median Values By Filing Status And County
  11. Selected City Values
  12. City Means And Medians For Families And Returns
  13. County Means And Medians For Families And Returns
  14. Sources Of Income
  15. Adjustments To Income
  16. Itemized Deductions
  17. Standard vs. Itemized Deductions
  18. Schedule C (Sole Proprietors)
  19. Schedule D (Capital Gains)
  20. Schedule E (Partners, Royalties, Rent, Trust, Estate Income)
  21. Schedule F (Farm Income)
  22. Credits, Paments And Minimum Tax
  23. Data By Filing Status And County
  24. Data By Filing Status
  25. Zipcode Data By Zip
  26. Zipcode Data By Filing Status And Zip
  27. Household Zipcode Data By Zip
  28. Household Zipcode Data By Filing Status And Zip
  29. Income by Age, Income Class, and Filing Status (New for 2004)
  30. A distribution of families by number of children, income, and filing status. (New for 2004). This can be a little confusing, but it tells the number of families with a given number of children. For example, if you go to the bottom line which is all incomes and filing status, you will find there were 75,603 families with 3 children and they were 8% of families.
  31. A distribution of children by number of children, income, and filing status. (New for 2004). This can be a little confusing, but it tells the number of children in families with a given number of children. For example, if you go to the bottom line which is all incomes and filing status, you will find there were 250,432 children in families with 3 children and they were 28% of children.

For more recent data, see this page.

 

Please note . . .

TC-69 Form Usually Requires Additional Schedules

When submitting a TC-69 paper form, you MUST also include the appropriate schedule(s). If you do not include the correct schedule(s), your business registration will be delayed.

Note: To save time and ensure all needed schedules are included, you can apply for a tax account online.

Please note . . .

Sales tax filing is changing

All Utah sales and use tax returns and other sales-related tax returns must be filed electronically, beginning with returns due Nov. 2, 2020. File electronically using Taxpayer Access Point at tap.utah.gov.

This includes:

  • Third quarter, July-Sept 2020 (quarterly filers)
  • September 2020 (monthly filers)
  • Jan – Dec 2020 (annual filers)
  • All related schedules

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