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2015 tax returns cannot currently be E-Filed. You may still prepare a 2015 tax return online to file by mail. *
* The IRS does not allow electronic filing of prior year tax returns, and the deadline for 2015 electronic filing has passed on October 17, 2016. You may still prepare your 2015 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.
PriorTax can help you prepare your 2015 return. Here's how:
- Free customer support from our tax team: We allow our customers to reach out to us at any point of their tax filing journey with us. Our customer service team can be reached by phone, livechat or email to answer your questions… whether you're our customer already or not!
- No need to complete confusing tax forms: IRS tax forms are plain old hard to understand. With PriorTax, we do the hard work for you. Just enter your tax information and we will plug in the numbers and do the necessary calculations.
- There are no hidden fees: That's right! We have our packages and all of our additional services listed right on the pricing page for you. We will automatically update your package for you as you enter your tax information into your account.
- Our user-friendly application is simple to use and understand: Our team is continuously updating the interface based on what our customers are saying. We appreciate your feedback; positive or otherwise!
How to file 2015 taxes in 2017
The 2015 e-file deadline has passed. You can still prepare your tax return with PriorTax. You will just need to print, sign and mail your return to the IRS. To begin, create a unique username and password and start entering your tax information for 2015. If you have used PriorTax in past tax years, you can log into your account with us and choose the 2015 tax year from the dropdown menu. Still have questions? Check out our blog article, "Filing a 2015 Tax Return in 2017".
You can still claim your 2015 tax refund
The IRS offers an additional three years from the original deadline for that tax year to file and claim a tax refund. You have three years to claim your 2015 refund.