Schedule A : Itemizes allowable deductions against income
Schedule B : mandatory if interest or dividends received during the taxable year exceed $1,500 from all sources or if the filer used foreign accounts for whatever reason
Schedule C : Filer must list all income and expenses related to self-employment. Typically this form is filed by sole proprietors.
Schedule D : Section of the 1040 tax forms used to describe the intricacies associated with capital gains and losses incurred during the tax year.
Schedule E : Used to report income and expenses that arise from the rental of property, or from pass-through entities, such as trusts, estates, partnerships, or S Corporations
Schedule EIC : Assesses eligibility regarding the Earned Income Credit.
Schedule F : Used to report income and expenses related to farming.
Schedule H : Reports owed taxes due to household help.
Schedule J : Averages farm income over the course of three years.
Schedule L : Used to figure an increased standard deduction in certain cases.
Schedule M : only used in 2009 and 2010 to claim the $400 tax credit
Schedule R : Calculates Credits for the Elderly or the Disabled.
Schedule SE : Calculates the self-employment tax
Form 1065 : The federal tax form used by partnerships to file tax returns
Form 1098 : Tax forms regarded as the Mortgage Interest Statement; these tax forms are used to report interest that a taxpayer has satisfied on his or her mortgage.
1099 Tax Forms : These tax forms are used in the United States income taxation system to prepare and file various information concerning salaries, wages, and tips.