It’s not too late to file 2008 taxes! PriorTax makes it easy.
Start Your 2008 Tax Return
2008 tax returns cannot currently be E-Filed. You may still prepare a 2008 tax return online to file by mail. *
* The IRS does not allow electronic filing of prior year tax returns, and the deadline for 2008 electronic filing has passed on October 15, 2009. You may still prepare your 2008 taxes using our website. Once you submit a prior year tax return to us, one of our tax professionals will review your information and provide you with a printable version of your tax return to mail to the IRS.
Still haven’t filed for 2008? Take care of it on PriorTax and put the past behind you.
- Complete the step-by-step instructions in as little as 10 minutes
- The easy online application is free to try
- Free live help available from tax experts via phone, live chat, and email
How to File 2008 Taxes
All you have to do to get started is create an account. Then just follow the instructions and enter your information into PriorTax’s application. At the end of the process it will automatically fill out your tax return as well as any other required forms.
Our seasoned tax professionals are standing by to answer any questions you have via phone, live chat, or email. After you submit your account, they’ll review everything to make sure it looks accurate before preparing your return.
Unfortunately the IRS does not allow you to e-file prior year returns, so you will have to print your return, sign it, and mail it to the IRS.
Penalties and Interest
If you were due a refund for 2008, you won’t have to pay any penalties or interest for filing late. But if you owe money, you may face a failure-to-file penalty, a failure-to-pay penalty, and interest. All these charges get larger for every day your return remains unfiled. The only way to minimize the penalties is to file your return as soon as possible.
Don’t wait any longer to take care of your back taxes. Create an account and start on the road to peace of mind.