Professional Privilege Tax Forms
All professional privilege tax returns must be filed and paid electronically. Please visit the E-file and Pay section of our website for more information on this process. Paper returns will not be accepted unless filing electronically creates a hardship upon the taxpayer. Generally, hardship exceptions will include taxpayers who do not own a computer; taxpayers who do not have access to the Internet; and taxpayers whose religious beliefs prohibit the use of computers and related technology.
Please choose from one of the options below to print and file a paper return.