2022 Tax Calculator Since the 2022 Tax Day deadline passed, you can only prepare 2022 Returns manually with tax forms and mail them to the IRS and/or state tax agency. Estimate your 2022 Taxes via this calculator before you fill out your forms. For the current tax year, you can eFileIT regardless of when you mail in your 2022 Return. Open and use all the current year calculators to get an idea of what you may owe or what you may be owed. Start and eFileIT - never handle complicated IRS and state forms when you use eFile on time each year. Use this calculator to estimate and plan your back taxes for 2022. Enter simple data and figures by using estimates or your actual tax forms to get more accurate results. If you are owed a tax refund for 2022, you must file your 2022 Return by April 15, 2026 or it will expire. Tax Calculator, Refund Estimator for 2022 IRS Tax Returns Start Over Estimated Results: $0000 Step-1 Filing Status Step-2 Dependents Step-3 Income Step-4 Deductions Step-5 Other Step-6 Credits Step-7 Paid Taxes Step-8 Results Step-9 W-4 PRO This Tax Return Calculator will calculate and estimate your 2022 Tax Return. Answer each question by either clicking on the options shown or by entering dollar ($) amounts or other values. For more help, click on the question mark symbol at the end of each question. Filing Status Will Go Here Select and click on your Filing Status below. Single Head of Household Married Filing Jointly Married Filing Separately Surviving Spouse As married filing separate, if you can answer at least ONE of these three questions with yes, then select YES as your answer. Did you have at least one qualifying child, relative, person who lived with you more than 6 months during the tax year? Did you live apart from your spouse for at least 6 months during the tax year? Were you legally separated based on your state law and did not live in the same household as your spouse as of December 31? Yes No Enter Your Age as of December 31, 2022 Are you legally blind? Yes No Are you claimed by another Taxpayer? Yes No Enter Your Spouse's Age as of December 31, 2022 Is Spouse legally Blind? Yes No Can Spouse be claimed by another taxpayer? Yes No Who can be your Dependent either as qualifying child or qualifying relative or other dependent? Details Do you qualify to claim one or more Dependent(s) on your tax return? Yes No Enter the number of Dependents under the age of 17 (as of Dec. 31, 2022) who qualify for the Child Tax Credit. Not sure? Click the CHILDucator link below. Ask the Childucator Enter the number of Dependents who qualify for the Other Dependent Tax Credit. Ask the Relative and Childucator Enter your and your spouse's estimated or reported annual 2022 income from all jobs and income sources. One income type is required in order to proceed to the next section. Your 2022 Income Annual W-2, Paycheck based. Estimate is Ok. Do not include Paycheck Pre-Tax Deductions e.g. Health Expenses, 401K, Retirement etc. Yes No $ Your Spouse's 2022 Income See instruction above under 01 Estimate is Ok Yes No $ All 2022 Unemployment Income Add your and spouse from From 1099-G or Estimate Yes No $ Your 2022 Federal Taxes Withheld Add your annual Tax Withholding based on your W-2 or Paychecks. Estimate is Ok Yes No $ Your Spouse's 2022 Federal Taxes Withheld Add your spouse's annual Tax Withholding based on your W-2 or Paychecks. Estimate is Ok Yes No $ Self-Employment Form 1099-NEC or 1099-MISC Yes No $ Social Security Form SSA or Form 1042S Have Social Security Income? Click here. Retirement Form 1099-R etc. Yes No $ Farm Profit/Loss statement Yes No $ More Income Your Estimated AGI $ Rental / Real Estate Profit/Loss statement or 1099-MISC Yes No $ Interest / Dividends 1099-INT or 1099-DIV Yes No $ Long Term Capital Gains / Losses Yes No $ Short Term Capital Gains / Losses Yes No $ Alimony Yes No $ Refunds / Credits / Offsets Yes No $ Other Gains / Losses Yes No $ Other Income Yes No $ Based on your information, it looks like you only have Social Security income and if this is correct, you generally will not owe taxes or get a refund and may not need to file a tax return. Your 2022 Standard Deduction for You and Your Spouse - Should You Choose Standard or Itemized? Standard Deduction $ Deductible Part of Self-Employment Tax $ Qualified Business Income Deduction $ Medical / Dental Expenses Yes No $ Home Mortgage Interest and Points Form 1098 Yes No $ State and Local Taxes (SALT) e.g. Real Estate Taxes, Sales Taxes, Personal Property Taxes Yes No $ Charity Contributions Update for 2022 The $300 Cash Charity Contribution is not available for 2022 without having to itemize. IRA Contributions Form 5498 Yes No $ Health Savings Acct. (HSA) Contributions Form 5498-SA Yes No $ Self-Employed Retirement Plan Contributions Yes No $ Self-Employed Health Care Premiums Yes No $ Alimony Paid Yes No $ More Deductions Moving Expenses Yes No $ Student Loan Interest / Tuition and Fees Form 1098-T Yes No $ Educator Expenses Yes No $ Early Withdrawl of Retirement Penalty Yes No $ Casualty / Theft Loss from federally declared disasters Yes No $ Investment Interest Yes No $ Reservist / Performing Artists / Fee-basis Government Expenses Yes No $ Other Taxes Paid Yes No $ Other Itemized Deductions Yes No $ Are you responsible for any of these taxes or did you make any of these repayments for Tax Year 2022? Details. Excess Advance Child Tax Credit Repayment $ Alternative Minimum Tax Yes No $ First-Time Homebuyer Credit Repayment Yes No $ Unreported Social Security/Medicare Yes No $ Premium Tax Credit Repayment Yes No $ More Taxes Tax on IRAs / Other Savings Accounts Yes No $ Household Employment Taxes Yes No $ Other Taxes You Pay Yes No $ Click on the Tax Credits Help below for instructions on the amounts to enter - details. Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) $ Child Tax Credit $ Important Note Additional Child Tax Credit Credit for Other Dependents $ Child and Dependent Care Expenses Before you select Yes or No or enter the expense amount, check the CAREucator tool to find out if you qualify for this Credit. Yes No $ Child and Dependent Care Credit Amount Max. Credit Amount $2,100 $ American Opportunity Credit Education Tax Credit Form 1098-T by an eligible educational institution Yes No $ Lifetime Learning Credit Yes No $ Premium Tax Credit for Health Insurance Reported via Form 1095-A to you Yes No $ More Credits Retirement Savings Contributions Credit Yes No $ Residential Energy Credit Yes No $ Foreign Tax Credit Yes No $ Other Tax Credits Yes No $ Enter the following Tax Payment amounts you made during Tax Year 2022. As a result, they will increase your tax refund or reduce your taxes owed. IRS Federal Taxes Withheld Through Your Paycheck(s) As entered by you in the Income section from your W-2 or as an estimate. $ Taxes You Paid When You Filed an IRS Tax Extension for your 2022 Taxes Yes No $ Excess Social Security Taxes Withheld in 2022 Yes No $ 2021 Tax Year Tax Overpayments Yes No $ 2022 Tax Year Tax Estimates Yes No $ Overview Details Forms You have now Successfully Completed Your 2022 IRS Income Tax Return Calculation! Estimated Tax Refund: $ Estimated Taxes Owed: $ It looks like you are not getting a Tax Refund, nor will you owe additional Taxes. Enter your email address and receive your estimated tax results We will not share your email with anybody. Only promo codes from eFile.com might be included in the email. You can unsubscribe from any informational emails at any time. Email Email Me My Results Now get your 2023 Tax Refund Anticipation or Tax Refund Money in the Bank date. Use the Start the DATEucator. Are your results different than the results you have seen on other sites, such as TurboTax®, H&R Block®? Learn more why Tax Return Results differ. Always get free Premium Taxpert® Support: Get Taxesfaction! Prepare and eFile Your Taxes Now Sign In to your eFile.com Account Don't Get TurboTaxed or TurboCharged: eFile.com Is Up To 60% Less! Save and Dare to Compare eFile.com with TurboTax® or H&R Block®. Have a Tax Question? Get Free Premium Taxpert® Support The next or W-4 Pro section is not required to estimate your 2022 tax return results. Just click Next below if you wish to create or adjust your year 2023 IRS Tax Withholding amounts via the Form W4. Your Estimated 2022 Tax Return Details Estimated Tax Refund: $ Estimated Taxes Owed: $ It looks like you are not getting a Tax Refund, nor will you owe additional Taxes. Filing Status : Child Tax Credit Dependents Other Dependents Income $ W2 Taxes Withheld $ Adjustments to Income $ AGI $ Standard Deduction $ Itemized Deductions $ Taxable Income $ Tax On Income $ Other Taxes $ Non-Refundable Credits $ Payments / Refundable Credits $ Your Estimated 2022 Tax Return Forms Needed Based on the Information you entered on this 2022 Tax Calculator, you may need the following 2022 Tax Year IRS Tax Forms to complete your 2022 IRS Income Tax Return. State Forms are not listed here. Form 1040 Version Form 1040 Form 1040-SR Supporting Schedules Schedule 1 Additional Income and Adjustments to Income Schedule 2 Additional Taxes Schedule 3 Additional Credits and Payments Income Forms Form W-2 Wage and Tax Statement Form 1099-INT Interest Income Form 1099-DIV Dividends and Distributions Form 1099-SSA Social Security Benefits Statement Form 1099-R Distributions From Pensions, Annuities, Retirement or Profit-Sharing Plans, IRAs, Insurance Contracts, etc. Form 1099-G Certain Government Payments Form 1099-MISC Miscellaneous Income Schedule B Interest and Ordinary Dividends Schedule C Profit or Loss from Business (Sole Proprietorship) Schedule D Capital Gains and Losses Schedule E Supplemental Income and Loss Schedule F Profit or Loss from Farming Other Types of Income [[Link to Taxable Income Page]] Deduction Forms Schedule 8812 Qualified Business Income Deduction Schedule A Itemized Deductions Form 8283 Noncash Charitable Contributions Form 1098-E Student Loan Interest Statement Form 1098 Mortgage Interest Statement Form 4952 Investment Interest Expense Deduction Form 8889 Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Form 4684 Casualties and Thefts Form 3903 Moving Expenses Form 2106 Employee Business Expenses Forms for Additional Taxes Schedule SE Self Employment Tax Form 6251 Alternative Minimum Tax Form 5405 Repayment of the First-Time Homebuyer Credit Form 8919 Uncollected Social Security and Medicare Tax on Wagest Form 5329 Additional Taxes on Qualified Plans (Including IRAs) and Other Tax-Favored Accounts Form 8962 Premium Tax Credit (PTC) Schedule H Household Employment Taxes Form 8959 Additional Medicare Tax Form 8960 Net Investment Income Tax—Individuals, Estates, and Trusts Credits Forms Form 1040 Schedule 8812 Child Tax Credit Form 1040 Schedule EIC Earned Income Tax Credit Form 2441 Child and Dependent Care Expenses Form 8863 Education Credits Form 8962 Premium Tax Credit (PTC) Form 8880 Credit for Qualified Retirement Savings Contributions Form 5695 Residential Energy Credit Form 1116 Foreign Tax Credit Manage Your 2023 Tax Withholding via Form W-4 This section is not part or required for your 2022 tax return calculation, but rather it encourages you to work on your Tax Withholding for tax year 2023. 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