Prepare and efile Your Oregon Tax Return
The efile.com tax software makes it easy for you to efile your state tax return and use the correct state tax forms. Prepare and efile your Oregon state tax return (resident, nonresident, or part-year resident) and Federal tax return together or separately at efile.com. View the federal tax return filing requirements.
Oregon Income Tax Filing Deadline
|Tax Deadline Date
||Type of Income Tax Return
||Filing Deadline / Due Date Description
|April 15, 2019
||2018 Oregon State Tax Return
||Due date for Oregon State Income Tax Returns
|April 15, 2019
||2018 Oregon State Tax Extension
||Due date for Oregon extensions
|October 15, 2019
||2018 Oregon State Tax Return
||Last day to efile a 2018 Oregon State Income Tax Return for tax extension filers and late efilers
View all state tax return filing deadlines.
Find federal income tax return filing deadlines.
Tax Year 2018 Oregon State Tax Forms
All of the following Oregon state tax forms are supported by the efile.com software:
||Can I efile this form?
||Individual Income Tax Return for Full-Year Residents
||Individual Income Tax Return for Nonresidents
||Individual Income Tax Return for Part-Year Residents
|Form 40-OR-Schedule OR-ASC
||Oregon Adjustments for Form 40 Filers -Additions, Subtractions, Credits for Residents Only
||Oregon Adjustments for Form 40N and Form 40P Filers-Nonresident and Part-Year Residents
||Working Family Credit
Oregon State Tax Forms That Cannot Be efiled
Oregon State Tax Withholding Form
||The state uses Federal Form W-4. Whatever exemptions an employee claims for federal tax purposes should also be used for Oregon state tax purposes.
Oregon State Tax Payment Forms
Oregon Income Tax Payment Voucher
|Underpayment of Oregon Estimated Tax
OR Tax Extension
||Oregon Extension Instructions
||How to File
Oregon accepts automatic federal tax return extensions. If you file a federal tax return extension, check the "extension filed" box on your OR state return when you file it. You're not required to include a copy of your federal extension with your OR state return. If you're expecting a OR state refund, check the extension box (7b) on your OR state tax return. If you owe Oregon state tax, complete and detach Form 40-EXT (payment voucher). Mail the voucher and your money order or check by April 15, 2019 to the Extension Clerk at the Oregon Department of Revenue.
If you did not file a federal tax return extension and you need more time to file your OR state return, complete and file Form 40-EXT. Enter "-0-" in the form's payment amount box if you expect a OR state tax refund. If you owe OR state tax, complete the form's tax payment worksheet. Complete and detach the payment voucher. Send the voucher and your money order or check by April 15, 2019 to the Extension Clerk at the Oregon Department of Revenue. If you are paying by credit card, write “credit card payment” on the voucher.
Use Form 40-EXT if federal extension not filed
Important Reminder! If you are efiling an Oregon tax extension, you may need to efile a federal tax extension as well.
OR Tax Amendment
Amended Oregon state tax returns cannot be efiled; they can only be filed by mail. Learn how to prepare and file an Oregon tax amendment.
2017 Oregon Tax Forms
Oregon tax returns for 2017 and other past Tax Years cannot be efiled. Download the tax forms, fill them out, print them out, and mail them to the Oregon Department of Revenue.
2016 Oregon Tax Forms
Oregon tax returns for 2016 and other past Tax Years cannot be efiled. Download the tax forms, fill them out, print them out, and mail them to the Oregon Department of Revenue.
Where's My Refund? - Check Your Oregon State Tax Refund Status
If you efiled your OR state tax return, you could receive your Oregon tax refund within 4 to 10 business days. Allow eight to twelve weeks to receive your refund if your filed your return on paper. If there are changes to your name or social security number, refunds may take longer to process.
Check your Oregon state tax return refund status online.
OR efile Error Codes
If your Oregon state return was rejected, you will receive an error reject code. If you prepared and efiled your return on efile.com, we will provide you with an explanation of how to correct the error on your return. You may then resubmit your state return at no additional charge until it is accepted by the state.
View a list of all Oregon State efile Income Tax Return Error Reject Codes.
Oregon Tax Facts
OR Income Tax:
Oregon individual income is taxed across four tax brackets at four graduated rates.
The tax brackets for single taxpayers and married couples filing separate returns are:
- 5% on the first $3,350 of taxable income
- 7% on taxable income between $3,351 and $8,400
- 9% on taxable income of $8,401 and $125,000
- 9.9% on taxable income of $125,001 and above
The rates remain the same but the tax brackets are doubled for married couples filing jointly, heads-of-household, and qualifying widows/widowers.
OR Sales Tax:
There is no sales tax in Oregon.
More information on Oregon Sales Tax
OR Personal Property Tax:
County assessors in Oregon administer the tax assessment of most personal property.Each assessor prepares his or her county's assessment roll, which is a listing of all taxable property as of Jan. 1 of each Tax Year. The Oregon Department of Revenue appraises certain large industrial sites for the counties.
Personal property that is taxed includes all privately-owned real property (buildings, land, and fixed equipment and machinery) and personal property used in a business.
There is no personal property tax on personal belongings, household furnishings, crops, automobiles, business inventories, or orchards.
Some citizens living in Oregon might be eligible for deferral of property taxes on their residences. The state will pay the personal property taxes, but will also place a lien on the property and charge deferred lien fees.
Odd Tax Fact:
If you moved out of a mobile home park because the park closed, you may be eligible for a refundable mobile home park closure credit of up to $5,000.
To qualify for the credit, you must meet the following requirements:
- You owned your mobile home,
- You rented space in a mobile home park that closed,
- You occupied your mobile home as your main residence,
- You receive a notice that the park was closing, AND
- You moved out (along with all members of your household) of the mobile home park in 2007 or later because of the park closure notice.
To claim this credit, fill out Schedule MPC and enter the credit amount on your Oregon state tax return. Attach Schedule MPC with your OR return.
If you qualify for the credit, you may have received a payment from your landlord. The amount may be $5,000, $7,000, or $9,000 depending on the mobile home's size. These payments can be subtracted on your OR state return if you claim the taxable income on your federal tax return.
OR State Tax Agency:
For more information, you can visit the website of The Oregon Department of Revenue.
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