Form R-1307 "State of Louisiana Exemption From Withholding Louisiana Income Tax" - Louisiana

What Is Form R-1307?

This is a legal form that was released by the Louisiana Department of Revenue - a government authority operating within Louisiana. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on January 1, 2010;
  • The latest edition provided by the Louisiana Department of Revenue;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

Download a fillable version of Form R-1307 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Louisiana Department of Revenue.

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R-1307 (1/10)
State of Louisiana Exemption from
Withholding Louisiana Income Tax
Form L-4E
TAX YEAR 20 _______
For use by employees who:
(check a box below)
incurred no tax liability in the prior year and anticipate no tax liability for the current year.
meet the conditions set forth under the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as amended by the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act
with a tax domicile in the State of ___________________________________________________.
PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE.
Type or print full name
Social Security Number
Home address
(Number and Street)
City
State
ZIP
Employee’s certification-Under penalty of perjury, I certify that I incurred no liability for Louisiana income tax for the prior year and that I anticipate that I will incur no liability
for Louisiana income tax for the current year or I certify that I meet the conditions set forth under the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as amended by the Military Spouses
Residency Relief Act and further certify that I am domiciled outside of Louisiana.
Signature
Date
(mm/dd/yyyy)
X
Employee - File this certificate with your employer. Otherwise he must withhold Louisiana income tax from your wages.
Employer - Keep this certificate with your records. This certificate may be used instead of Form L-4 by those employees qualified to
claim the exemption.
INSTRUCTIONS
Who may claim exemption from withholding of income tax:
Multiple employers:
You may be entitled to claim exemption from withholding Louisiana
If you are employed by more than one employer, you may claim
income tax if you meet one of the two qualifications below.
the exemption from withholding with each employer, provided that
the total of your anticipated income will not cause you to incur
1.
You incurred no liability for Louisiana income tax for
any liability for Louisiana income tax for the current year and
the prior year and you anticipate that you will incur no
you incurred no liability for Louisiana income tax for the previous
liability for such income tax for the current year. For this
year.
purpose, you incur tax liability if your joint or separate
return shows tax before the allowance of any credit for
When you must revoke this exemption:
income tax withheld. If you claim this exemption, your
You must revoke this exemption certificate:
employer will not withhold Louisiana income tax from
your wages.
1.
within 10 days from the day you anticipate you will incur
Louisiana income tax liability for the current year; or
2.
You are exempt from Louisiana income taxes under
the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as amended by the
2.
by the first day of the last month of your current taxable
Military Spouses Residency Relief Act. For your wages
year if you anticipate you will incur Louisiana income tax
to be exempt from Louisiana income taxes, (a) your
liability for the following year; or
spouse must be a member of the armed forces stationed
3.
within 10 days from the day you no longer meet the
in Louisiana in compliance with military orders; (b) you
provisions of the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as
are here in Louisiana solely to be with your spouse;
amended by the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act.
and (c) you and your spouse maintain your domicile in
another state.
If you want to discontinue, or are required to revoke this exemption,
you must file a new Employee’s Withholding Exemption Certificate
When to claim exemption:
(Form L-4) with your employer.
File this certificate with your employer as soon as you determine
you are entitled to claim this exemption. You must file a certificate
each year if you wish to continue to claim the exemption.
For assistance, call the Department of Revenue at (225) 219-0102
R-1307 (1/10)
State of Louisiana Exemption from
Withholding Louisiana Income Tax
Form L-4E
TAX YEAR 20 _______
For use by employees who:
(check a box below)
incurred no tax liability in the prior year and anticipate no tax liability for the current year.
meet the conditions set forth under the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as amended by the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act
with a tax domicile in the State of ___________________________________________________.
PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE.
Type or print full name
Social Security Number
Home address
(Number and Street)
City
State
ZIP
Employee’s certification-Under penalty of perjury, I certify that I incurred no liability for Louisiana income tax for the prior year and that I anticipate that I will incur no liability
for Louisiana income tax for the current year or I certify that I meet the conditions set forth under the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as amended by the Military Spouses
Residency Relief Act and further certify that I am domiciled outside of Louisiana.
Signature
Date
(mm/dd/yyyy)
X
Employee - File this certificate with your employer. Otherwise he must withhold Louisiana income tax from your wages.
Employer - Keep this certificate with your records. This certificate may be used instead of Form L-4 by those employees qualified to
claim the exemption.
INSTRUCTIONS
Who may claim exemption from withholding of income tax:
Multiple employers:
You may be entitled to claim exemption from withholding Louisiana
If you are employed by more than one employer, you may claim
income tax if you meet one of the two qualifications below.
the exemption from withholding with each employer, provided that
the total of your anticipated income will not cause you to incur
1.
You incurred no liability for Louisiana income tax for
any liability for Louisiana income tax for the current year and
the prior year and you anticipate that you will incur no
you incurred no liability for Louisiana income tax for the previous
liability for such income tax for the current year. For this
year.
purpose, you incur tax liability if your joint or separate
return shows tax before the allowance of any credit for
When you must revoke this exemption:
income tax withheld. If you claim this exemption, your
You must revoke this exemption certificate:
employer will not withhold Louisiana income tax from
your wages.
1.
within 10 days from the day you anticipate you will incur
Louisiana income tax liability for the current year; or
2.
You are exempt from Louisiana income taxes under
the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as amended by the
2.
by the first day of the last month of your current taxable
Military Spouses Residency Relief Act. For your wages
year if you anticipate you will incur Louisiana income tax
to be exempt from Louisiana income taxes, (a) your
liability for the following year; or
spouse must be a member of the armed forces stationed
3.
within 10 days from the day you no longer meet the
in Louisiana in compliance with military orders; (b) you
provisions of the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as
are here in Louisiana solely to be with your spouse;
amended by the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act.
and (c) you and your spouse maintain your domicile in
another state.
If you want to discontinue, or are required to revoke this exemption,
you must file a new Employee’s Withholding Exemption Certificate
When to claim exemption:
(Form L-4) with your employer.
File this certificate with your employer as soon as you determine
you are entitled to claim this exemption. You must file a certificate
each year if you wish to continue to claim the exemption.
For assistance, call the Department of Revenue at (225) 219-0102