E-File Your Form 1040 with the IRS
What is the IRS Form 1040?
The IRS 1040 tax form is used by all taxpayers in order to file their annual income tax return. This form also allows individuals to file claims for any deductions, expenses, and credits they may have.
Who Needs to File Form 1040?
Those who receive an annual income are required by law to file a 1040 tax form. Beginning during the 2019 tax year, the IRS will no longer accept various different 1040 tax forms; ie 1040A, 1040EZ, 1040NR, 1040NR-EZ etc. Instead, the IRS will be implementing the new 1040 postcard form; which is a new, simplified, all-in-one version of the 1040 tax forms that is meant to consolidate each of the above mentioned forms into one single form.
What is the Deadline for the Form 1040?
The deadline to file tax form 1040 is April 15th. If the April 15th due date falls on a weekend or a government recognized holiday, the filing due date then becomes the following business day.