April’s filer is a tool to assist you in self-preparing your tax return. You are solely responsible for reviewing and verifying the accuracy and completeness of all data you've provided, inputted, imported, or uploaded. The filer does not provide tax, legal, financial, or other professional advice. If your situation is complicated, or if you would like more specific tax planning advice as to your particular situation, please consult a qualified tax advisor.
The filer is not available in all jurisdictions and does not support all tax situations. See below to determine if using the filer is right for you this year. Please note that certain states, forms, and features may not have been made available yet, and service options and features are subject to change. We reserve the right to restrict or limit availability and features for security, legal, or regulatory purposes.
The filer supports users filing simple federal income taxes. The filer also will support users filing state income tax in New York, as well as users who earned income in Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, or Wyoming.
The filer will support*:
• IRS standard deductions
• Income reported on a Form W-2
• Limited (less than $1500) dividend and interest income reported on Forms 1099-INT or 1099-DIV
• Payment transactions for hobbies or personal item sales income reported on Form 1099-K
• Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
• Child Tax Credit
• Unemployment income reported on a Form 1099-G Self-employed business (Schedule C) or 1099-NEC income
* Certain exceptions may apply depending on complexity.
The filer currently does not support:
• Users whose tax filing situations involve taxable income in more than one state (also limited to the above supported states)
• Income from foreign sources
• Non-resident aliens, non-U.S. citizens, non-U.S. nationals
• Rental property income
• Credits, deductions and income reported on forms or schedules other than those included above
• Pass-through entities (partnerships or S-corporations)
• Taxpayers or spouses under 18 years of age or deceased
• Farming income
• Income received from a trust
• Charitable deductions of property over $500 in total
• Casualty losses
• Depreciation of real property, vehicles, and any other type of depreciation of other property apart from
Section 179 depreciation
• Extensions (Form 4868) and alternative due dates
• Tax returns for 2021 or earlier
• Forms W-2G (gambling winnings), 1099-C (cancellation of debt), 1099-MISC (miscellaneous income), 1099-B (proceeds from
broker and barter exchange transactions), 1099-OID (original issue discount), 1099-CAP (changes in corporate control)
• Jury duty payments
• Sale of home
• Sale of stock, investments, crypto
• Education credits
• Child and dependent care credit
• Student loan interest deduction
• Itemized deductions (including mortgage interest deductions)
• Businesses (Schedule C) with multiple vehicles
April, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to refuse tax filing services to any users whose tax situations fall beyond the scope of the Services April provides.
You also are solely responsible for reviewing, approving, and authorizing the filing of your tax return in a timely manner, as well as verifying the status of your tax return.
If you find an error in the tax preparation that entitles you to a larger refund (or smaller liability), April will refund any fees you paid to April to use its filer to prepare that return and you may use April’s filer to amend your return at no additional charge. To qualify, the larger refund or smaller tax liability must not be due to differences or inaccuracies in data supplied by you, your choice not to claim a deduction or credit, positions taken on your return that are contrary to law, or changes in federal or state tax laws.
If April’s tax preparation software makes a mathematical error that results in your payment of a penalty and/or interest to the IRS that you would otherwise not have been required to pay, April will reimburse you up to a maximum of $10,000.
If you receive an audit letter from the IRS or a state tax authority in connection with an accepted tax return filed through April, April will provide you with informational assistance, such as responses to FAQs or links to resources on the IRS’s or other tax authority’s website. April will not represent you before the relevant tax authority or provide legal advice.
If your completed tax return is rejected by the IRS or state tax authority, and the error identified by the IRS or state tax authority can be corrected, follow the guidance provided by April to review and correct the error or contact us. If your completed tax return still cannot be filed and accepted after following the instructions provided and working with April, please contact us.
For any fees or payments, taxes and/or third-party fees (over which April has no control) may apply.
For refund inquiries, go to https://www.irs.gov/refunds (updated once daily) or call the IRS Refund Hotline at