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2020 Walker Income Tax Returns are due April 30, 2021.
If you worked for a company in Walker in 2020 but lived outside of the City, you may be able exclude wages for work you did remotely during the stay-at-home order. 
The W-COV form will help you calculate the amount you may exclude from Walker tax on your non-resident return.
 
Click here for the W-COV form. 
Click here for examples of wage allocation.

Please keep in mind:
  • If your employer letter does not have all the information in the sample letter, you MUST INCLUDE a copy of your work log with your return. 
  • You must attach a signed copy of the W-COV form to your 2020 W-1040NR if you are excluding wages for COVID-related wage allocation.
  • You must also attach a letter from your employer on company letterhead that confirms the dates you worked remotely outside of Walker, signed by your supervisor or Human Resources Department.

    Click here for a sample employer letter.
    Click here for a sample work log.
 For more information about the Income Tax Department, including frequently asked questions, please click here.