Tools to Prepare & File Your Own Taxes

Filing, Credits & Refund Resources

Prepare & File Your Own Taxes with Free File IRS Partners

Do your taxes online for free using one of the Free File IRS partner offers.

Are you one of the 70% of Americans eligible to file your taxes for free online using one of the Free File IRS partner offers? If your adjusted gross income (AGI) was $73,000 or less—then, yes, you are. Review each partner’s offer to make sure you qualify for your free federal return. Each partner has its own special offers, including some that offer free state tax returns.

Videos to Prepare Your Taxes, Understand and Meet Your Tax Responsibilities

Check out these helpful videos from the IRS to learn how to prepare your taxes, understand and meet your tax responsibilities. The IRS also has videos in ASL and Multilingual channels

Prepare & File Your Own Taxes with MyFree Taxes

MyFreeTaxes You can file both state and federal return with HR Block at no cost if:

Your household earned $73,000 or less last year and for simple tax returns only. No schedule A, B, C, D, and more.

Need help? Call 866-698-9435 10 AM-10 PM EST.

Prepare & File Your Own Taxes with OnLine Taxes

You can file both state and federal return with OnLine Taxes if: Your federal adjusted gross income was between $16,000 and $73,000, regardless of age or if you are active military with a federal adjusted gross income of $73,000 or less.

MD Tax Filing Resources: Maryland's iFile Portal

Individual Taxpayer Online Service Center. Need help filing Maryland State taxes?

Claim Your Child Tax Credit

If you don’t usually file taxes, use this simplified tax filing tool to claim your Child Tax Credit and any missing amount of your third stimulus payment. This form usually takes about 15 minutes to complete, and you won’t need any tax documents.

Choose a Tax Preparer Wisely

Visit the Maryland Department of Labor website to see if your tax professional is registered

Check out the IRS website for tips to choose a reputable tax preparer

* Some sites may charge fees for filing your state taxes. Review options and income restrictions carefully.

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