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For most filers, federal income taxes are only half-the battle. (Okay, 2/3). In 45 States and DC, taxpayers must also file a state income tax return.
The following brief guides provide the most basic information about your state's income tax regulations, as well as links to forms, and additional online tax information.
Of course, we recommend that you prepare your state return online, along with your federal return. You'll only have to do the work once, as the program transfers all your information seamlessly, and files your return for you. It doesn't really get any easier.
If you use H&R Block to file your federal tax forms, you can also file your local and state taxes at the same time by simply transferring all the information you already submitted to the IRS.
H&R Block helps you take advantage of all possible credits and deductions that you might otherwise miss, thus ensuring the largest possible refund. You'll save time, avoid costly errors, and get your your state refund (which may be substantial) much faster than if you mail a paper return.