Refund Estimator and Calculator for the Tax Year 2017 Tax Year 2017 refers to calendar year 2017 (January 1 - December 31). You can estimate your 2017 Tax Return by using the Calculator below. Simply enter your tax information from 2017 and we will determine the high level details of your 2017 Tax Return and any potential Tax Refund, or Additional Taxes Owed. Attention: Estimate Your 2018 Taxes or Tax Refund 2017 Tax CalculatorStart Over Filing Status Dependents Income Deductions Taxes Credits Review Filing Status Will Go Here Select your Tax Return Filing Status Single Head of Household Married Filing Jointly Married Filing Separately Qualifying Widow(er) Your Additional Information Date of Birth? Are you Blind? Yes No Are you claimed by another taxpayer? Yes No Your Spouse's Additional Information Date of Birth? Are they Blind? Yes No Are they claimed by another taxpayer? Yes No A Dependent is a Child or Relative whom you support. Do you have Dependents? Yes No How many? How many of these Dependents were 16 or younger and qualify for the Child Tax Credit? For Tax Year 2017 - Annually Wages / Salaries Yes No $ Taxes Withheld Yes No $ Interest / Dividends Yes No $ Social Security Yes No $ Retirement Yes No $ Refunds / Credits / Offsets Yes No $ Alimony Yes No $ Rental / Real Estate Yes No $ Unemployment Yes No $ Self-Employment Yes No $ Capital Gains / Losses Yes No $ Other Gains / Losses Yes No $ Farm 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 Tax Deductions So Far Standard Deduction $ Deductible part of self-employment tax $ Let's Continue Medical / Dental Expenses Yes No $ Gifts to charity Yes No $ Student loan interest / Tuition and Fees Yes No $ Educator Expenses Yes No $ State and Local Taxes (SALT) OR Sales Taxes Yes No $ Home mortgage interest Yes No $ Investment Interest Yes No $ Penalty on early withdrawal of retirement Yes No $ Alimony paid Yes No $ IRA Yes No $ Health Savings Account (HSA) contributions Yes No $ Casualty / Theft Loss Yes No $ Moving Expenses Yes No $ Reservist / performing artists / fee-basis government expenses Yes No $ Self-employed retirement plan contributions Yes No $ Self-employed health care premiums Yes No $ Misc Job Expenses Yes No $ Other taxes you paid Yes No $ Other Deductions Yes No $ Estimated Let's Keep Going! Do These Taxes Apply To You? Alternative Minimum Tax Yes No $ First-time Homebuyer Credit Repayment Yes No $ Health Care Responsibility Payment Yes No $ Unreported Social Security /Medicare Yes No $ Tax on IRAs /other savings accounts Yes No $ Premium Tax Credit Repayment Yes No $ Household Employment Taxes Yes No $ Other Taxes You Pay Yes No $ You Qualify For The Following Tax Credits Child Tax Credit $ Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) $ You're Almost Done! *These credits require a calculated amount and not the full expense. Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit* Yes No $ American Opportunity Credit* Yes No $ Lifetime Learning Credit* Yes No $ Premium Tax Credit* Yes No $ Retirement Savings Contributions Credit* Yes No $ Residential Energy Credit* Yes No $ Amount Paid With Extension Yes No $ Excess Social Security Tax Withheld Yes No $ Foreign Tax Credit* Yes No $ 2017 Tax Estimates / 2016 Tax Overpayments Yes No $ Other Credits* Yes No $ Your Estimated Tax Refund $ Estimated Taxes You Owe $ It looks like you are not getting a Tax Refund, nor will you owe additional Taxes. Contact Us With Your Tax Questions Start A Return Now on eFile.com For More Personalized Results Before You eFile Your Taxes Start Free Why efile.com? Premium Support Filing Status Dependents Income $ Adjustments to Income $ AGI $ Standard Deduction $ Itemized Deductions $ Total Exemptions $ Taxable Income $ Tax On Income $ Other Taxes $ Non-Refundable Credits $ Payments / Refundable Credits $ Previous Next The Tax Return Filing and e-file Deadlines for 2017 Tax Returns have passed. You can still file your 2017 Tax Return to claim a Tax Refund. At this point, you can only prepare and mail in the paper 2017 Tax Forms to the IRS. Access 2017 Tax Forms and Schedules eFile.com Tax Tip: Even if you have back taxes owed for 2017, 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.