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Massachusetts Fiduciary and Partnership Tax Forms and Instructions

DOR has released its 2022 Massachusetts Fiduciary and Partnership tax forms. Here you will also find Fiduciary and Partnership prior-year tax forms and estimated payment vouchers.

Updated: February 3, 2023

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What you need to know

These forms are subject to change only by federal or state legislative action.

All printable Massachusetts Fiduciary and Partnership tax forms are in PDF format. To read them, you'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

If you have any suggestions or comments on how to improve these forms, contact the Forms Manager at dorforms@dor.state.ma.us.

2022 Massachusetts Fiduciary & Partnership tax forms

2021 Massachusetts Fiduciary & Partnership tax forms

Mailing addresses for Massachusetts tax forms

  • Form 1 or a Form 1-NR/PY:
    • Refund: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7000, Boston, MA 02204
    • Payment: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7003, Boston, MA 02204
  • Form 1-ES: Mass. DOR, PO Box 419540, Boston, MA 02241-9540
  • Form 2: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7018, Boston, MA 02204
  • Form 2G: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7017, Boston, MA 02204
  • Form 2-ES: Mass. DOR, PO Box 419544, Boston, MA 02241-9544
  • Form 3: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7017, Boston, MA 02204
  • Form M-4868: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7062, Boston, MA 02204
  • Form M-8736: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7062, Boston, MA 02204
  • Change of Address Form: Mass. DOR, PO Box 7011, Boston, MA 02204

Visit Mailing addresses for Massachusetts tax forms for other form addresses.

Prior years

Estimated tax payment vouchers

Make your estimated tax payment online through MassTaxConnect. It’s fast, easy and secure.

  • Form 2-ES2023 Estimated Tax Payment Vouchers, Instructions and Worksheet for Filers of Forms 2 or 2G 

  • Form 1-ES, 2023 Estimated Income Tax Payment Vouchers, Instructions and Worksheet

  • Form UBI-ES, 2023 Non-Profit Entities Corporation Estimated Tax Payment Vouchers and Instruction

Income and Fiduciary Vouchers – these estimated tax payment vouchers provide a means for paying any taxes due on income which is not subject to withholding. This is to ensure that taxpayers are able to meet the statutory requirement that taxes due are paid periodically as income is received during the year. Generally, you must make estimated tax payments if you expect to owe more than $400 in taxes on income not subject to withholding. For more information, see DOR Personal Income and Fiduciary estimated tax payments.



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