Missed the tax deadline?
File your late 2019 tax return
2019 tax returns cannot be e-filed.
Prepare your 2019 tax return online to file by mail.*
*The IRS does not allow electronic filing of prior year tax returns. The electronic filing deadline for 2019 tax returns has passed on October 15, 2020. You are required to paper-file your tax return to the IRS and/or state. You may still prepare your 2019 tax return using our website by submitting your information so we can provide you with a printable version of your tax return so you may download, print, sign, and mail your tax return to the IRS.
Priortax makes filing your 2019 tax return easier for you. Here’s how:
- Use our DIY tax application
Gather your tax documents, enter your income statements, tax deductions, and we let you know any credits you’re eligible for. Once you’re done, submit your account for paper-file along with mailing instructions; all without waiting in line.
- Talk to live representatives
Unlike other tax sites, you can contact our tax experts by phone, email or live chat for free if you need basic tax advice. For in-depth reviews, you can purchase a professional review or CPA review service for a phone consultation.
- No hidden fees
Our transparent pricing page allows you to see how much you’re paying for based on your tax package. This ranges from simple to complex tax situations where you can view more here.
Important Tax dates:
- January 1st, 2020 was the first day you can start on your 2019 tax return
- January 27, 2020 was when the IRS starts accepting electronically filed returns
- July 15, 2020 was the last day to file a tax extension, federal and state tax returns before being subject to penalties
- October 15, 2020 was the extension and e-file tax deadline
- April 15, 2023 marks the last day to claim your 2019 tax refund
If you need extra help, give us a call.
Our customer service representatives are here to assist you if you have any questions.