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Tax Calculators For 2017

You can no longer e-File a 2017 Federal or State Tax Return anywhere. Instructions on how to file a 2017 IRS or State Tax Return are outlined below. Important: If you expect a Tax Refund for your 2017 tax return you must file your 2017 return by April 15, 2021. After that date, you can no longer claim your 2017 Tax Refund.

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Prepare and e-File your 2020 Taxes by April 15, 2021. Technically, you have until Oct. 15, 2021 to e-File 2020 Tax Returns, however if you owe Taxes and did not e-File an extension by April 15, 2021 late filing penalties might apply in addition to late payment penalties. Tax Tip: File Something Even If You Can't Pay Anything!

Find answers to important personal tax questions without having to read long and complicated tax documents. Estimate your 2017 income tax return now and find out what your federal tax refund will be or if you owe taxes. Not sure who qualifies as a dependent? Use the DEPENDucator tool below and you will find out. This tool also calculates the tax credits you qualify for.

Tax Year 2017 Tools

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Use this Calculator before you prepare and efile your taxes. Know your estimated Federal Tax Refund or if you owe the IRS Taxes.
Have a Qualifying Child? Find out if your child qualifies as a dependent.
Have a Qualifying Relative? Find out if they qualify as a dependent.
Child Tax Care Credit: If you have a child as a dependent on your tax return, find out if you are eligible for the child tax care credit.
Not sure if you are required to file a 2017 Tax Return? Use the efile.com "FILEucator" tax tool and find out!
Find out now if you qualify for the Head of Household Filing Status in 2017.
Are you Single? No children? The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) might work for you. Check out the efile.com "EICucator" tax tool to see if you qualify!

Previous Year Forms, Calculators, Payments, Penalties