FileYourTaxes.com is faster, convenient, contemporary and hassle-free alternative to filing your taxes the old-fashioned way.
- No installation of software is involved.
- Electronic filing (eFile) option – We eFile your taxes free if we construct them for a fee.
- Fill the tax forms on your computer screen, click a button — and your taxes are ready to be filed electronically, at no extra cost.
- If you choose the Direct Deposit option, your refund will be deposited into your bank account with the speed of the electrons. Likewise, you may have your balance due amounts paid through Electronic Funds Withdrawal – Direct Debit .
- Our I-PAYbyCreditCard integrated file and pay product will allow you to make your balance due payment using your credit card as you file your return.
We eFile Federal Resident Individual Income Tax returns to all five Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Service Centers, as well as to the State of California Franchise Tax Board (FTB). The FTB filings are made to the Direct Filing Portal and the complete filing process is achieved in real time. Other filings are made in batch mode. Other Supported State income Tax Returns will be eFiled in a ‘piggy-back’ fashion, wrapped within the Federal package with or without the Federal filing. We also allow the “State Only” option for eFiling. We also provide hard-copy returns to you via U.S. Certified Mail (or other means) if you choose for us to do so, for an additional fee. We do not charge for the eFiling, customer service or your OnLine printing of returns that were constructed by us for a fee. There may also be other free services provided.
Federal Tax Forms Supported (Form 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ…)
State Tax Forms Supported (So far only Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, MIssouri, New York, and Wisconsin are announced.)
Federal (base price) – $26.75
- Form W-2 and/or 1099Rs – First 3 are free, $1 for each after
- Additional Forms Subject To Fee
Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Schedule A Schedule B Schedule C Schedule D Schedule E Schedule EIC Schedule F Schedule H Schedule R Schedule SE Form 982 Form 1116 Form 1310 Form 2106 Form 2120 Form 2441 Form 2555 Form 3903 Form 4136 Form 4137 Form 4562 Form 4684 Form 4797 Form 4952 Form 5074 Form 5329 Form 5695 Form 6251 Form 6252 Form 8283 Form 8296 Form 8582 Form 8606 Form 8812 Form 8824 Form 8829 Form 8862 Form 8863 Form 8880 Form 8888 Form 8889 Form 8901 Form 8903 Form 8917 Form 8919
State (base price) – $23.50
eFiling – FREE!
6 Months of OnLine Printing – FREE!
If you qualify for the California State Form 540-2EZ with our additional limitations (Total income less than $10,000 or $25,000 for those who have dependents and who are using the filing status Married Filing Joint, Head of Household, or Qualifying Widower, as well as other limitations), as an industry partner to the California Franchise Tax Board, we will construct your return and eFile it for you at no charge!
Free federal tax preparation if your Adjusted Gross Income is $56,000 or less and you are aged 17 to 60 and you live in the following states: AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, DE, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, NE, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, TX, UT, VA, WA, or WI. Includes Form 982 (Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief).
I would not recommend to anyone to use FileYourTaxes.com to prepare their tax return. There are many reasons not to use their service:
- Expensive price. The base price plus additional add-on costs just do not justify the quality of the product. Also beware of the additional costs if you need to use Schedule A, Schedule C, Schedule D, …
- Very poor software. Right off the bat I ran into a problem (see screenshot below) which forces me to abort and login again.
- Very confusing user interface. For example, once you click on the button to add a schedule or tax form, it’s been saved in your account. If you decide later on that you want to abort the tax form, you will need to follow this awkward message to remove it from your return.
If if I were somehow to qualify for FREE E-File from FileYourTaxes.com, I would stay away from them.