According to Oklahoma Tax Commission, if your gross income exceeds the amount allowed for your filing status, you must file an Oklahoma tax return.
Oklahoma’s Filing Threshold
- Single, $7,350
- Head of Household, $10,350
- Married Filing Jointly, $14,700
- Married Filing Separately, $7,350
- Qualifying Widow(er) with dependent child, $13,700
You are allowed $1,000 per exemption. If you are over 65 and/or blind, you are allowed an additional exemption of $1,000.
Oklahoma requires that you use the same filing status as you used on your federal income tax return. An exception to this requirement is if you are married filing jointly on your federal return, but one spouse is a resident of Oklahoma while the other spouse is a nonresident. In this case, the taxpayer can file separate or both spouses file as being residents of Oklahoma.
For more information:
- Same Sex Couples Filing
- Oklahoma Military Filing
- Oklahoma Military Spouse Relief Act
- Oklahoma Residency