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Tax Year 2015 Tax Calculator

Tax Year 2015 relates to calendar year 2015 (January 1 - December 31). You can no longer e-File a 2015 Tax Year Tax Return. Use the 2015 Tax Calculator tool below to estimate your 2015 Tax Return. Follow these simple steps and you will get estimated results on whether or not you owe taxes.

Here are the 2015 Tax Year IRS forms for you to complete and mail in: 2015 Tax Return Forms. Find the mailing address on the 1040 Instructions linked on the 2015 Forms page.

You will no longer be able to claim a 2015 Tax Year Refund as that deadline expired on April 15, 2019. Learn more about unclaimed tax refunds. Previous or back taxes forms and calculators. Still need to file 2015 State Taxes? Select your State(s) and complete the forms and then mail them in.

Prepare and e-File your 2019 Taxes until Oct. 15, 2019. If you owe Taxes you will face a late filing penalty unless you filed a Tax Extension and file your Tax Return by Oct. 15, 2020.


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Access 2015 Tax Forms and Schedules

 

eFile.com Tax Tip: Even if you have back taxes owed for 2015, it's better to file a Tax Return than not to file anything and pay as much taxes as you can afford. The not filing tax penalties are higher than the penalties for not paying the tax you owe.

 


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