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How To File Free Taxes | Internal Revenue Service

If you are looking for ways on how to file free taxes, the good news is there are 14 free file software that can help you with that. The bad news is, you need to meet specific requirements to qualify. This post will list five often-used free file software sites and what taxpayers need to accomplish to file for free.

How to File Free Taxes | Avoiding the Extra Charges


How Can I File for Free Using TurboTax?

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TurboTax is perhaps, the most popular free file software out there as it offers a wide range of free and paid services. Taxpayers can receive a free Federal return if their Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) is at $33,000 or less, and if they are eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit. All ages are eligible for this service.
Other criteria might be observed when filing with a foreign address and free state return(s) for any state.

How to Avail ezTaxReturn.com Free Tax Filing Services?


Do You Qualify For IRS Back Tax Relief? Take The Quiz Now!

This free file software will help you save at least $25 provided you qualify for their requirements. You can receive a free Federal return if your AGI is at $66,000 or less, and if you are a resident of any of these states: AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, GA, IL, LA, MA, MD, MI, MO, MS, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC, VA or WI. All ages are qualified to apply as well.

How to Avail Free Tax Filing Using FileYourTaxes.com?

FileYourTaxes.com almost offers the same services but they are a bit more strict in several areas. Taxpayers can only receive a free Federal return if AGI is between $9,000 and $66,000 or less. Moreover, the applicant’s age must be between 15 and 65. Lastly, same criteria apply when filing with an overseas address and for free state return(s) for some states. Check out this link if you want to see FileYourTaxes.com paid services.

How Can I File for Free Using H&R Block?

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Do You Qualify For IRS Back Tax Relief? Take The Quiz Now!

H&R Block is one of the more renowned tax filing software out there, but it is not advisable for taxpayers aged 51 and above. AGI requirement still stands at $66,000 or less. Certain criteria apply when filing with a foreign address and for free state return(s) for any state.


Before proceeding with any of these free filing software, you may want to watch this video by ABC Action News first:

It is easy to miss this opportunity if not enough research is done. Fortunately, the whole process of filing is easy to follow and the Internal Revenue Service website will walk you through it. Here’s where you can see the rest of the free file software available on the IRS website.

Have you tried using any of these free file software? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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