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Schedules A and B
  Itemized Deductions and Interest/Dividend Income

The IRS previously bundled Schedules A and B in the same form. Starting in 2009, the schedules were split into two distinct forms, Schedule A and Schedule B. However, previous years forms are still available.

Remember, all IRS forms are in Adobe Acrobat. You will need Acrobat installed to view and print these forms.

To download IRS Schedules A and B, please select below:

Tax Year Schedules A and B Instructions
Tax Year 2008 Download 2008 Schedules A and B Instructions for 2008 Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2007 Download 2007 Schedules A and B Instructions for 2007 Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2006 Download 2006 Schedules A and B Instructions for 2006 Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2005 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2004 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2003 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2002 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2001 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 2000 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 1999 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 1998 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B
Tax Year 1997 Download Schedules A and B Instructions for Schedules A and B

Tax Year 1996

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