Blog

We’re here to make filing taxes extremely simple—removing the dread. Get the latest on tax hacks and personal finance here.

Featured Article

your tax return — January 26, 2022

I Don’t Have a Prior-Year AGI—How Do I e-File?

Here’s how to deal with prior-year AGI prompts on your 2021 return.

Read

Ready for a fresh take?
Try tax filing for just $25.

Here's what we found in our blog for file online with 1040.com:

How do I report my gambling earnings? - Tax Guide

When you file your taxes, you'll report your gambling winnings as "Other Income."

Read

Help Before You File

Some common mistakes on income tax returns - and how to avoid them.

Read

Which form to file?

If you're worried about knowing which type of 1040 form to file, there's really no need. 1040.com takes the information you enter and automatically chooses the correct form for your tax situation. Also, we always choose the lowest cost option for your situation, which means you'll get the results you deserve at our best possible price.

Read

Keeping You Safe with e-File

E-filing is the safest way to handle your taxes. Here's why.

Read

Help Before You File

Confused about e-filing your taxes? Speed up your return filing with these tax tips.

Read

4 Things to Know About Online Banking

Heard the online banking buzz? Though traditional banks have their strengths, let's see what this online bank trend has to offer.

Read

How e-File Protects your Tax Refund

Filing your taxes online is actually the safest way to handle your tax return, according to the IRS. Here's why!

Read

Last-Minute Taxes: Why Should I File a Tax Extension?

While you still have to pay your taxes by April 18 if you owe, there are several great reasons to file a tax extension.

Read

File Your Taxes. Make a Difference.

For every 2015 tax return filed through 1040.com, including free returns, we are donating $2 to clean water projects.

Read

Calling All Students - Time to File Your Taxes!

Heads up, students! Time to file your taxes with these student tax breaks, credits and deductions.

Read