State Availability for eFile of Tax Returns

As a result of a cooperative effort between the IRS and state tax administration agencies, Federal/State e-file is available to taxpayers to file their Federal and state returns electronically at the same time. It is available to you through tax professionals or in most states by filing from your home computer. Find your state below to determine when return processing will be available for your state.

 

State Availability for eFile of Tax Returns

Federal/State e-file allows the electronic filing of both Federal and state income tax returns at the same time. The electronic filing software places your Federal and state return data in separate packets. These packets are transmitted to the IRS in one taxpayer “envelope.” The IRS functions as an electronic post office for the participant state, who receives and processes the state electronic return.

Can I pay both Federal and State balance in one transaction?
Federal tax payments can be made via electronic funds withdrawal or credit card.  Most states are accepting electronic funds withdrawal and credit card payments, but federal and state payments are not combined. For additional information contact your state e-file coordinator .

Note: If your state has not begun processing, you can file your federal return now and come back to finish your state at a later time (*Except AR, HI and OK).

State Availability dates

Alabama – Available Now
Alaska – No State Tax
Arizona – Available Now
Arkansas – Available Now
California – Available Now
Colorado – Available Now
Connecticut – Available Now
Delaware – Available Now
District of Columbia – Available Now
Florida – No State Tax
Georgia – Available Now
Hawaii – Available Now
Idaho – Available Now
Illinois – Available Now
Indiana – Available Now
Iowa – Available Now
Kansas – Available Now
Kentucky – Available Now
Louisiana – Available Now
Maine – Available Now
Maryland – Available Now
Massachusetts – Available Now
Michigan – Available Now
Minnesota – Available Now
Mississippi – Available Now
Missouri – Available Now
Montana – Available Now
Nebraska – Available Now
Nevada – No State Tax
New Hampshire – Available Now
New Jersey – Available Now
New Mexico – Available Now
New York – Available Now
North Carolina – Available Now
North Dakota – Available Now
Ohio – Available Now
Oklahoma – Available Now
Oregon – Available Now
Pennsylvania – Available Now
Rhode Island – Available Now
South Carolina – Available Now
South Dakota – No State Tax
Tennessee – Available Now
Texas – No State Tax
Utah – Available Now
Vermont – Available Now
Virginia – Available Now
Washington – No State Tax
West Virginia – Available Now
Wisconsin – Available Now
Wyoming – No State Tax

To learn about your state and how it is partnering with the IRS, select a category and the provided link for each state.