...you were a resident or part-year resident of Iowa in 2010 and meet any of the following requirements. Nonresidents, see items f. and g.
In meeting the filing requirements below, you must add back:
- the pension exclusion (line 21, IA 1040)
- the Social Security Phase-out amount from line 12 of the Iowa Social Security Worksheet
- any amount of lump sum distribution separately taxed on federal form 4972, and
- any net operating loss carryover
Note to married couples:
Incomes of both spouses must be included when determining who must file.
a. You had a net income (line 26 of the IA 1040) of more than $9,000 and your filing status is single. ($24,000 if 65 or older on 12/31/10)
b. You had a net income (line 26 of the IA 1040)
of more than $13,500 and your filing status is other than single. ($32,000
if you or your spouse is 65 or older on 12/31/10)
c. You were claimed as a dependent on another persons
Iowa return and had a net income (line 26 of the IA 1040;
line 4 of the IA 1040A) of $5,000 or more.
d. You were in the military service with Iowa shown as your
legal residence even though stationed outside of Iowa. For information
about military spouses, please see Military Spouses Residency Relief Act.
e. You were subject to Iowa lump-sum tax.
f. You were a nonresident or part-year resident and your net
income from Iowa sources (line 26 of the IA 126 (pdf)
was $1,000 or more, unless below the income thresholds above. In the case of married nonresidents, the spouses'
combined income is used to determine if their income is high enough
to require them to file an Iowa return. To understand Iowa-source income, see
the instructions for lines 1-26 of the IA 126.
g. You were a nonresident or part-year resident and subject
to Iowa lump-sum tax or Iowa minimum tax (even if Iowa-source income
is less than $1,000).