Efile your Wisconsin state tax returns online with eSmart Tax. The innovative eSmart Tax platform easily transfers the necessary information that you entered from your federal income tax return to the correct Wisconsin state tax return forms so you can finish your federal and state tax returns fast. For your convenience, you can prepare and efile your full-year resident Wisconsin state tax return and your federal tax return at the same time.
The regular due date for filing your Wisconsin state taxes is April 15.
On this page you will find information about Wisconsin state tax forms, state tax filing instructions, Wisconsin government information, and other helpful resources.
|Wisconsin Form 1
Income Tax Return (Long Form)
|Wisconsin Form 1-ES-V
Electronic Filing Payment Voucher
|Wisconsin Form EIC-A
Earned Income Tax Credit
|Wisconsin Schedule H
Homestead Credit Claim
|Wisconsin Schedule I
Adjustments to Convert 2005 Federal Adjusted Gross Income and Itemized Deductions to the Amounts Allowable for Wisconsin
|Wisconsin Schedule WD
Capital Gains and Losses
|Taxpayer Assistance:||(608) 266-2772|
(608) 266-8100 in Madison, or
(414) 227-4907 in Milwaukee
|Refund Status:||Toll free (866) WIS-RFND (866-947-7363) in other areas|
|Refund Status (Automated Response):||(860) 382-9463
|Resident (Short)||Form 1A||Available|
|Supported||Same as federal||N/A|
|State-only tax return:||Supported|
|Decedent Return:||Not Supported|
|Return with foreign address:||Not Supported|
|You have the following options:
- Mail in a check.
You need to attach Payment Voucher (Form Form EPV )
Mail check to:
Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Post Office Box 930208
Milwaukee, WI 53293-0208
- Send credit card payment through third-party website
- Pay by Direct Debit from bank account. You need to make sure your bank supports direct debit.
- If you cannot pay the full amount shown as due on your tax return when you file, you may ask to make installment payments to the Department of Revenue. It is generally to your advantage to pay your liability in full rather than in installments. Installment agreements with the department are subject to a $20 installment agreement fee. In addition, bills not paid in full by the due date become liable for additional interest of 18% per year and a delinquent tax collection fee of the greater of $35 or 6½ percent of the unpaid amount. For more information concerning payments and to obtain the installment Agreement Request Form (Form A-771), consult the Department of Revenue web site at www.revenue.wi.gov