Although filing electronically is faster, has fewer errors, and you get your return much more quickly, some people still prefer to file on paper. The following information will assist you in obtaining, completing, and submitting paper forms.
Utah no longer prints tax booklets, so you can not get Utah forms at libraries or post offices. Get forms online at tax.utah.gov/forms/. You can complete the forms and save them on your computer. Help with Forms and Publications explains the software requirements for this.
When requesting forms by email, include all of the following information:
Paper returns are read by a scanner, so please follow these guidelines to ensure accurate processing:
See Income Tax Return Mailing Addresses for the correct address to mail your return. If you're sending a paper return, there are many documents you might need to include. See Requirements When Filing a Paper Return for complete information.