Montana State Tax Filing

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  • File federal and state taxes
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  • E-file and direct deposit included

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Montana Tax Filing

State Services

State e-file included - Save a trip to the post office and e-file both federal and state returns. When your tax returns are accepted you will receive an email. State availability

Quick import from federal return - This feature will transfer the information from your federal return to your state return, saving you time and helping you avoid errors.

File part-year and non-resident tax returns - If you lived or worked in multiple states you can file a tax return for each state. The cost is $12.95 per state.


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State Tax Return $12.95
Part-Year/Nonresident Returns $12.95
Prior-Year State Tax Return $12.95
Deluxe Edition $6.99

Supported Federal Tax Situations

Our tax software is easy enough for first-time users and is powerful enough for advanced tax situations. Your federal tax return is always free even if you have a complex return. The following situations are supported on your federal return for free.

  • Selling, Buying, or Owning a Home
  • Education, College, and Teacher Credits
  • Birth of a Child
  • Child Tax Credits
  • Marriage & Divorce
  • Earned Income Tax Credits (EIC)
  • Capital Gains
  • Office & Business Expenses
  • Rental Income
  • Investment Income or Losses
  • Traditional & Roth IRAs
  • Retirement and Pensions
  • Military Income
  • Charitable Contributions
  • Gambling Income
  • Farm Income
  • and more...

Montana 2016 Tax Updates

There have been some changes for the Montana 2016 tax year. The filing due date, personal exemption amount, standard deduction amount, Partial Pension and Annuity Income Exemption amount, and available credits have changed.

The due date this year is April 18, 2017. The personal exemption amount has increased to $2,380. The maximum standard deduction amounts have increased for all filing statuses. The maximum standard deduction amount for the Single/Married Filing Separately filing status is $4,460. The maximum standard deduction for the Married Filing Jointly/Head of Household filing status is $8,920. The maximum Partial Pension and Annuity Income Exemption amount has increased to $4,070.

The Credit for Unlocking State Lands Program is now called the Credit for Unlocking Public Lands Program. The lands covered by the program, and the credit amounts have increased. There are also two new credits: the Innovative Educational Program Credit and the Student Scholarship Organization Credit. The Innovative Educational Program Credit is for people who contribute to the Montana educational improvement account. The Student Scholarship Organization Credit is for people who contribute to a student scholarship organization.

Supported Montana Forms

  • Form 2
  • Schedule I
  • Schedule II
  • Schedule III
  • Schedule IV
  • Schedule V
  • Schedule VI
  • Form 2EC
  • Form 2441-M
  • Form DS-1
  • Form ENRG-C
  • Form IT

File Federal and State Taxes

We make filing your state return easy. After preparing your federal return your information is carried forward to your Montana return. In a matter of minutes both federal and state tax returns are ready to be e-filed. If you prefer, you can print and mail your return.

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