- Free Federal and State Tax Filing Sources
- Commercial (Paid) Products and Websites
- Important Information
- List of Commercial Websites and Software Providers
There are many free filing options available, even for taxpayers with higher incomes. Choose any of these for more information:
- TAP – Taxpayer Access Point at tap.utah.gov: The Utah State Tax Commission’s free online filing and payment system.
- Earn it. Keep it. Save it at utahtaxhelp.org: Provides free tax help.
- My Free Taxes at myfreetaxes.com: Sponsored by H&R Block and The United Way.
- The FreeFile Alliance at freefilealliance.org: Partnered with the IRS to help taxpayers e-file.
- Authorized IRS e-file Providers: A service of the IRS.
To use a commercial software product or website, you either buy software and install it on your computer, or you use the product at the provider’s website.
After you’ve completed your return, the service will usually offer to electronically submit your state and federal returns, usually for a small fee. Choosing this option ensures your return is sent quickly and accurately. If you’re expecting a refund, choose e-file to get your refund as fast as possible.
Do not send a paper copy of your return to the IRS or the Tax Commission if you file electronically.
If you owe tax, you can still e-file early and pay your balance due by the due date. See Payment Options.
Follow the product or website instructions to have your refund electronically deposited into your bank or credit union account.
Many private software developers provide products or online services to complete and file your tax return. Some of these are commercial products that generally charge a fee. Check the Free Federal and State Tax Filing Sources above if you’re looking for free filing methods. The free options are provided by reputable, safe, and secure providers and can help save the cost of paying for a commercial provider or software.
When you use a software provider to file your taxes, your return is processed by that company. The Tax Commission does not contract with any commercial software provider and does not guarantee returns prepared by these commercial companies will be correct. Also remember you will need to get technical support from the software provider, not the Tax Commission.
We have authorized the following companies to provide software or websites for preparing and filing taxes. These companies have completed the authorization process. Testing occurs in November and December of each year. The Tax Commission does not endorse any specific product or website.
In the list below, “No” means the vendor does not support this form.
|Company Name||Product Name||Direct Debit
|TC-547 Payment||Amended Returns|
|Advanced Tax Solutions, LLC||MyTaxPrepOffice.com||Yes||No||Yes|
|Cash App Taxes, Inc
(formerly Credit Karma Tax, Inc)
|Cash App Taxes
(formerly Credit Karma Tax)
|CCH Incorporated||CCH ProSystem fx
|Crosslink Professional Tax Solutions, LLC||Crosslink 2021
|Free Tax Returns.com, Inc||MAXBACK||No||No||No|
|HRB Development, LLC||BlockWorks||Yes||No||No|
|H&R Block Tax Software (HRBS)||No||No||No|
|BlockWorks Online (BWO)||Yes||No||No|
|H&R Block Online (TXO)||Yes||No||No|
|ProConnect Tax Online||Yes||No||Yes|
|Jackson Hewitt Technology Services, LLC||ProFiler||No||No||Yes|
|On-Line Taxes, Inc||OLT.com
|Taluy California Corp
|Taxware Systems, Inc||Wintax||Yes||No||Yes|
GoSystem / ONESOURCE
CS Professional Suite
|Universal Tax System
CCH Small Firm Services
|YonderWorks Software LLC||TaxLync||Yes||Yes||Yes|