Federal and State Tax Return

State Only Tax Return

How to File a State Only Tax Return

File Your Federal and State Tax Return with OnLine Taxes! ONLINE TAXES

State Tax Return Efile Information

For tax year 2015, electronic filing is available for all states at Online Taxes at OLT.com. With e-file you receive the response more quickly than filing it on paper. If you are due a refund, the fastest way to receive it is through e-file and direct deposit. Online Taxes at OLT.com does not charge you an extra fee for direct-deposit.

OnLine Taxes supports all state income tax returns including D.C. along with 41 states that have income tax returns. Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming do not have state individual income tax. Tennessee has state individual income tax for interests and dividends over $1,250. New Hampshire has state interest and dividend tax for all New Hampshire residents and fiduciaries whose gross interest and dividends income, from all sources, exceeds $2,400 annually ($4800 for joint filers).

To access the program to file both your Federal and State Return, create an account with OLT.com. Within the account you will be able to complete and file your state tax return.

State Only Filing - General Information
State Only filing allows you to complete your State Income Tax Return separate from your Federal Income Tax Return.

**E-Filing of State Only returns is not available.
If you are filing a State Return, you will need to either file your State Return along with your Federal Return, or you may print the state forms and mail them in.

To prepare a state only return you must still go through the entire federal interview process accurately. Your state return will then be generated based on your federal inputs. Upon completion you will need to print and mail the forms in.