2022 Tax Return Deadline
If you expect a tax refund for 2022 you have until April 2026 to file your 2022 return and claim your Tax Refund. After that date your 2022 tax refund would expire
. If you owe 2022 taxes file as soon as possible even if you can't pay your taxes at this time because the late tax return filing penalty is generally larger
than the late tax payment penalty. Estimate your potential tax penalties
What is your 2022 Tax Bracket and personal tax rate? The eFile.com Tax Bracket or Rate Calculator - RATEucator - will tell you.
State income tax calculators by tax year let you estimate your state income taxes. Select your state(s) and estimate your state income taxes. Prepare and e-file your state's taxes with your IRS return at one low price, not one per state.
Who is your qualifying dependent or qualifying child? Find out if your child or relative qualifies as a dependent. Has somebody, like an ex-spouse, claimed your dependent before you did
Are you supporting a parent, relative, girlfriend, boyfriend, etc.? Find out who your qualifying relative or dependent is on your 2022 Return.
Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit: If you have a child or another dependent on your tax return, determine your eligibility for this credit.
To eFile or not to eFile a 2022 Tax Return, that is the question. You might be surprised, but filing a return might benefit you! Use the efile.com "FILEucator" tax tool and find out!
Were you single with one or more dependents or qualifying relatives during 2022? The head of household filing status might just be for you. Find out before you e-file.
When preparing a tax return, you must choose which filing status
to use. The eFile.com "STATucator" tool will help you determine which filing status to use. You may select married jointly or separately, widow, single, or Head of Household, etc.
The eFile.com "CHILDucator" tax tool will help determine if your child or dependent qualifies you to claim the Child Tax Credit on your tax return.
The IRS penalties for not e-filing or filing a tax return or a tax extension are higher than not paying taxes owed. It's better to e-file or file your tax return and pay as much taxes as possible than not filing at all.
eFile.com has tools to complete Form W4. Start with basic and fill out your W-4 Form(s) online and email the form to yourself or your employer. eFile.com does not store any of your personal information.
What you enter on your W4 Form determines to a great extent if you get a tax refund or owe taxes with your tax return. Use the eFile.com "TAXometer" tool to help you determine paycheck tax withholding that works for you, or contact a Taxpert® to get this done right.
Estimate your previous year(s) income tax return now and determine your federal tax refund or if you owe taxes. File as soon as possible if you owe tax to reduce penalties.
Follow this tax return timeline for current tax year returns, and you will be on a safe track to get your taxes done right and on time.
If you owe taxes and don't have the funds to pay, e-file a tax extension
on eFile.com or eFile your taxes by April 15, as late filing penalties
are much higher than late tax payment penalties.
Tax forms for previous tax years you can no longer e-File. You can complete, sign, and download the forms on eFile.com before you print and mail them to the IRS mailing address
or state tax agencies
Generally, we suggest you pay your taxes online at the state site. If you owe state taxes by the deadline, paying some or all your taxes will serve as a tax extension
for many states.
Estimate your Tax Year 2023 - 01/01/2023 - 12/31/2023 - Taxes throughout 2022. Attention:
You must adjust your tax withholding as early as possible so you don't give your hard-earned money to the IRS in 2023 only to get it back as a refund in 2024. Use the eFile Withholding Tool
and Taxometer to set your 2023 Tax Return goals.