Washington is one of only seven states that doesn’t collect any state income taxes on individual residents. There are no forms to file on the state level for personal income earned in Washington, though small businesses still pay state and local sales tax and various business taxes.
|State Income Tax Forms||Pertains To||Use These Forms If..|
|Individual Income Tax Return||Individual Income Earners||No forms to file. Washington does not collect state income tax.|
Washington doesn’t collect property taxes at the state level. Property taxes are instead collected at the local level, by cities, counties and school districts. Homestead exemptions are not automatic in Washington; you must file an application to receive the property tax discount.
Individuals filing for various taxes in Washington don't have many state specific forms to file. Motor vehicle tax forms and all other forms applicable to the state provided here.
|All Other Forms||Pertains To||Use These Forms If..|
|Motor Vehicle Tax Forms||Buyer, Seller in Vehicle Transactions||You bought or sold a motor vehicle in Washington.|
|All WA Tax Forms||Property Owners, Small Businesses, Misc||You need to find any tax form applicable to Washington. |
Washington offers official resources for understanding and filing local property tax forms. The main Washington tax form and instruction portal is also provided.