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Forms - 2014-2015 Individual, Estate and Fiduciary Income

E-filing is the best means of ensuring a speedy and accurate return. Also, e-filing your income tax return saves taxpayer dollars, as these returns are processed more efficiently. The Vermont Department of Taxes urges all income tax filers to e-file.

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Personal Income Tax

Homestead Declaration & Property Tax Adjustment Claim

Renter Rebate Claim

Estate Tax

Fiduciary Tax


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