Tax Calculators for 2022 Returns due in 2023

  • Calculators and tools associated with the links on this page will be updated during 2022 for Tax Year 2022 as the IRS releases updates. If calculators still link to 2021 Tax Year tools, that means the IRS has not released updates for 2022.
  • We are currently in the 2022 Tax Season for preparing and e-filing 2021 Taxes. See how to file DIY Taxes on with the eFile tax preparation and electronic filing app. Start with a free eFile account and file federal and state taxes online by April 18, 2022.
  • Use these calculators 2021 Tax Calculator to estimate your 2021 Taxes before you prepare and eFile by April 18 or October 15 October 17, 2022.
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Don't like reading Tax Mumbo Jumbo? Simply launch any of these 15 Tax Estimators or Calculators or Estimators below and get your personal "does this apply to me or what should I do for my 2022 Return" answers as easy as one, two, and three without having to read a ton of pages or pay a tax professional to find out. Don't let complicated Tax Stuff getting to you!

If you are just here to get your 2022 taxes done, well you will have to wait until 2023. In the meantime, you can prepare and eFile 2021 Tax Returns until October of 2022 Note: If you eFile after April 18, 2022 penalties might apply. We make Taxes great simple again for You.

Prepare and e-File Your 2021 IRS and State Income Tax Returns by April 18, 2022 here on Tax Tip: eFile on time even if you can't pay on time as the IRS penalties to file late are higher than to pay late. Or, to put it simply: File Something Even If You Can't Pay Anything! If you miss the deadline, e-file by mid-October.

Not sure if you qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit? Look no further: Start the EICucator and get your personal answers. Or, not sure who qualifies as a dependent on your 2021 Tax Return? Just use the 2021 DEPENDucator tool below and you will find out. All tools will answer your specific tax questions by answering simple questions so you do not have to read through complicated tax text.

Tax Calculators for 2021 Returns

Prepare and eFile from January - October following a given tax year. Tax Season begins in January of 2022 for 2021 Returns. You can use the eFile platform to prepare and e-file your taxes once the IRS begins processing 2021 Returns until October 15 October 17, 2022.

2021 Tax Calculators, Estimators
Use this calculator for Tax Year 2022. Estimate your 2022 Return first before you e-File by April 15, 2023. Know your estimated federal tax refund or if you owe the IRS Taxes.
Estimate your 2021 Return first before you e-File by April 15, 2022. Know your estimated federal tax refund or if you owe the IRS taxes.
Your tax refund date in 2023 for your 2022 Tax Return Refund. Find out the estimated tax refund date of your refund in 2022 based on the refund payment method you select when you e-file your taxes.
What is your 2021 Tax Bracket and personal tax rate? The Tax Bracket or Rate Tax Calculator - RATEucator - will tell you.
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 2021 Return.
Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit: If you have a child or another dependent on your tax return, find out if you are eligible for this credit.
To e-file or not to e-file a 2022 Tax Return, is that the question? You might be surprised, filing a return might be beneficial for you! Use the "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.
If your 2021 taxable income was at a certain level and you are at least 19, let the Earned Income Tax Credit work for you when you prepare and eFile your taxes here on! The credit may be increased if you have at least one qualified child.
When you prepare a tax return, you have to choose which filing status to use. The "STATucator" tool will help you determine which filing status to use. You may select married jointly or separate, widow, single, or Head of Household, etc.
The "CHILDucator" tax tool will help you determine if your child or dependent qualifies you to claim the Child Tax Credit on your tax return.
This is not relevant for 2022 Returns. Calculate your third stimulus payment amount. This payment was issued in 2021 as part of the American Rescue Plan. If you did not receive this payment, you may be able to claim it as part of your 2021 Tax Return.
The 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 you can afford than not filing at all.
If you owed taxes last year when you filed your last tax return, you may want to update your paycheck tax withholding as soon as possible. Use the "TAXometer" tool to help you determine paycheck tax withholding that works for you.
Estimate your previous year(s) income tax return now and find out what your federal tax refund will be or if you owe taxes. File as soon as possible if you owe tax to reduce penalties.
Search to find the forms you need to use when filing your 2021 Tax Return. When you use the eFile platform to prepare your taxes, the software generates these forms for you.
Follow this tax return timeline and you will be on a safe track to get your taxes done right and on time.
Tax forms for previous tax years you can no longer e-File. You can complete, sign, and download the forms on before you print and mail them to the IRS mailing address or State Tax Agencies.
If you owe taxes and don't have the funds now to pay, make sure you e-File a tax extension on or eFile your taxes by April 15 as late filing penalties are much higher then late tax payment penalties.
Generally, we suggest you pay your taxes online at the state site. If you owe state taxes by the tax deadline, paying some or all your taxes will serve as a tax extension for many states.
Estimate your Tax Year 20232 - 01/01/2023 - 12/31/2023 - Taxes throughout 2022. Attention: It's important you 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.
Need to calculate back taxes or estimate future taxes? Find tax calculators by tax year.

Spare yourself the hassle of handling and filling out complicated tax forms: e-file your return on each year and let us work for you. The eFile Tax App handles all the calculations and associated forms based on user entries. Prepare your taxes now and be done with IT.