State Income Tax Returns, Extensions

State income tax returns vary from state to state. Some states do not have income taxes at all while some are more automated than others. See this page on states and taxes or navigate below for more information. Prepare your 2022 Federal and State Tax Returns on Taxpert.com. Once the April 15, 2023 deadline passes, you will have until October 15, 2023 to e-file 2022 Returns.

State
Taxes

Important: On Taxpert.com, you can prepare and e-file the current tax year online and e-File all state income tax forms and schedules. With the exception of the State of California, the IRS and all states have an agreement that only allows state income tax returns to be e-Filed in conjunction with an IRS income tax return for the current tax year. However, Taxpert.com enables you to just prepare - not e-file - state tax returns for the current tax year when you are not also e-filing your federal return. Prepare your federal and state returns together on Taxpert.com so you do not have to mail anything - details below.

  • This is not an Taxpert.com policy, but a policy established by the IRS and all the state tax agencies. The reason for this policy is data verification and accuracy since most of the tax data is shared by the federal and the respective state tax Agency.
  • As a result, if your IRS return gets rejected by the IRS, your state return(s) will in many cases also be rejected.
Prepare, File 2022 State Return(s) Only

Filing a State Tax Return or Tax Extension

Below is a state income tax navigation chart that allows you to easily pick the right route to either: 

  • Prepare and e-file your state income tax return(s).
  • Prepare ONLY one or more state income tax returns online and mail them to the state(s).
  • Check on the tax refund status for a given state.
  • Find out how to prepare a state tax extension.
  • Prepare and file a state tax amendment(s).
  • Pay state taxes online - this can serve as a state extension as well.
State Income Tax Returns, Extensions, Amendments, Payments
State Income Tax Deadlines
Click on the state map below for detailed state deadline by state.
Most states have the April 15, 2023 due date for 2022 Tax Returns like the IRS, but some have later deadlines. However, since most states can only be e-filed together with an IRS return as per IRS/State policy, not Taxpert.com policy, all your state income tax returns should be e-Filed by that same April 15 date.
A: Prepare and e-file one or all 2022 State Income Tax Returns.
Only Taxpert.com has ONE low price for ALL state returns, not one price for each state like TurboTax® or H&R Block®.
Most state income tax returns are due by April 15, 2023 with a few exceptions. However, since the 2022 IRS return is due by that date, all your state income tax returns should be prepared and e-Filed by that same date. Instead of preparing your state taxes on your own and mailing the forms in, use the e-file platform with your federal return. Compare and Save: up to $50 for ONE State on Turbo or Block*) versus only $32 for ALL states at Taxpert.com - start free here.
B: Prepare online one or many State ONLY 2022 Tax Return(s) then print and mail in your state returns - see addresses under "F" below.
You can use the Taxpert.com tax app to prepare your 2022 State Tax Returns online, however, with the exception of California, you can NOT e-file them without also e-filing the IRS return - even if you did e-file your 2022 Return already elsewhere. This is an IRS/State policy, not an Taxpert.com policy. Learn how to ONLY prepare one or more state returns on Taxpert.com!
Should you file or do you even need to File an IRS and/or State Income Tax Extension? If filing an extension is advantageous for you, find out how the IRS and/or your state(s) handle(s) tax extensions.
Click on the state map below and learn about how your state handles tax amendments. They can not be e-Filed with most states, however some states use the regular income tax form and you will just need to indicate that it is an amendment. The state tax forms are listed here on Taxpert.com under each state on the state amendment page.
Click on the state map below and learn about how you can pay state taxes - in many cases, online. Online state income tax payments can also serve as filing a state tax extension. See more above under "C."
F: State Mailing Addresses
We have links to state mailing addresses listed on each state page; click on the map below for your state(s). Once you are on the state page, look toward the bottom for the state mailing address.
G: When to File a State Resident Return?
Generally, if you reside in this state during a tax year, you will need to file a tax return. If you were a part-year resident of a state, you will need to file one or more part-year resident return(s) if: 
  • You moved from one state to another state - file a part-year resident tax return for both states- OR
  • You lived in multiple states - file a part-year resident return for each state.

When you prepare and e-file with Taxpert.com, we will help you report this information on your return by reporting your change of address during the tax interview.

H: How to File State Returns as a Resident of a State Without Income Taxes
You might be living in a state that does not require a state income tax return (Florida, Texas etc.). The Taxpert App will not prompt you to prepare a state tax return in that case. However, you might have worked or had income from a state during the year that does require you to file a state income tax return called a nonresident state return.

When to File a Nonresident State Tax Return

You may need to file a nonresident tax return for each state in which you worked, but did not reside. For example, if you lived in one state and worked in another, you will usually need to file a resident return for the state in which you lived and a nonresident return for the state in which you worked.

Here are other situations where you may need to file a nonresident state return:

  • You earned income in a state that is not your resident state.
  • Your employer incorrectly withheld taxes for a state that is not your resident state.
  • You had taxable gambling winnings in a state that is not your resident state.
  • You owned rental property in a state that is not your resident state.
  • You are in a partnership, or a shareholder in an S-Corporation, that is based in a state that is not your resident state.
  • You received income from an estate or trust that has interest in a state that is not your resident state.

You generally have to file a return for the state where your employer is located, regardless of whether or not you also work there. This applies for remote employees; you will file your state return for the state you live in, or where your domicile is located, and a nonresident return for the state the employer is located in.

Note: This is not the case for remote, independent contractors. If you receive nonemployee compensation on a 1099 form, such as 1099-NEC, you only pay applicable state tax for your resident state. If you work remotely for a company in another state on contract - you do not receive a W-2 - then you do not have taxes withheld and will instead owe federal taxes, resident state taxes, and self-employment taxes.

If your income forms lists any other state other than your resident state, you would file a nonresident return for that state and a resident return for your state. The income gets reported on the nonresident return where the income was earned; many states - not all - have laws in place that prevent double taxation so you only pay state income tax on a portion of the income. Taxpert.com handles this for you; we will help you prepare your federal and multiple state returns and you can be certain that you will not pay any more tax than you are legally required to.

How to File One or More State Returns

This is one of the greatest values offered by Taxpert.com. When you use Taxpert, you can prepare as many resident, part-year resident, and nonresident returns as you need based on your situation for one low price. Other popular tax preparation softwares charge up to $50 per state return. For a taxpayer who needs to file five state returns, that’s a total of $250 for all those returns, not including federal, versus one low price of $32 on Taxpert.com for all state returns.

Interactive State Map

Click on one or more of the states in the map below to visit a specific state page. Links to these pages are also found in the table below. Note: The links in the map and table below will bring you from Taxpert.com to eFile.com - these are part of the same organization.

2022 State Rates, Deadlines

The information in the table can be found by using the interactive map above and navigating to individual state pages. Find a particular state below for quick information, including income tax rate and a link to state deadlines.

State | Rate
Deadlines
Refund Status
You are not required to file a state income tax return for Alaska.
There is no state refund for Alaska.
You are not required to file a state income tax return for Florida.
There is no state refund for Florida.
You are not required to file a state income tax return for Nevada.
There is no state refund for Nevada.
No income taxes for earned income in New Hampshire. Dividend and interest income is taxed at 5%.
No Income Tax Refunds
You are not required to file a state income tax return for South Dakota.
There is no state refund for South Dakota.
No income taxes for earned income in Tennessee. Dividend and interest income is taxed at 1%.
There is no state refund for Tennessee.
You are not required to file a state income tax return for Texas.
There is no state refund for Texas.
You are not required to file a state income tax return for Washington State.
There is no state refund for Washington State.
You are not required to file a state income tax return for Wyoming.
There is no state refund for Wyoming.

Tax Day Deadlines, Refund Status by Territory

United States Territories follow their own tax guidelines - view these below.

Territory
Deadlines
Refund Status
Bona fide residents of American Samoa for the entire tax year must file a tax return with American Samoa.
Bona fide residents of Guam for the entire tax year must file a tax return with Guam.
Bona fide residents of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands for the entire tax year must file a tax return with the Commonwealth.
Bona fide residents of Puerto Rico for the entire tax year must file a Puerto Rico tax return.
Bona fide residents of the U.S. Virgin Islands for the entire tax year must file a U.S. Virgin Islands tax return.

 

Previous Year Forms, Calculators, Payments, Penalties

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