The deadline to file and pay your taxes was April 15, 2014.
Join the more than 80 percent of taxpayers who use IRS e-file.
- E-file with Free File, commercial tax software, or use a paid tax preparer.
- Get your Electronic Filing PIN, a one-time code used to verify your identity.
- Speed, safety and choice - with Direct Deposit you can have it all.
- Those who qualify for free tax help from a VITA or TCE Volunteer can e-file, too.
Get the tax forms and instructions you need to file your 2013 return here.
- Did IRS send you a letter? Here's help Understanding Your IRS Notice or Letter.
- Need help? Here's where to find it: IRS Services.
- Use the Interactive Tax Assistant to find answers to your tax law questions.
- Use the IRS Tax Map for links to tax information, forms, publications and instructions.
- Use the EITC Assistant to see if you are eligible for this important credit.
- Do you need a tax return or account transcript? Order one online.
- With the IRS2Go smartphone application, get the information you need - whenever you need it, wherever you are.
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Things to Consider
- If your refund or balance due was too big, consider using the withholding calculator.
- There are changes to itemized deduction for 2013 medical expenses if you plan to itemize medical deductions.
- New Additional Medicare Tax and Net Investment Income Tax may affect some taxpayers.
- You don't need to file a 2013 federal tax return solely to establish eligibility or qualify for advance payment of the Premium Tax Credit under the Affordable Care Act. Visit the Affordable Care Act for more information.