What is INfreefile?
INfreefile was developed in 2003 by the IRS and tax preparation software vendors. INfreefile allows customers with lower adjusted gross incomes (AGI) to file their federal and state taxes for free. All INfreefile software will automatically check for completeness and errors.
A paper-filed return can take significantly longer than an electronically-filed return.
You’ll receive confirmation that your return was received and accepted.
You can access INfreefile anytime, day or night.
Easy to use
All INfreefile options are user-friendly and include step-by-step instructions.
Electronically-filed returns have a 2% error rate compared to a 20% error rate for paper-filed returns.
You can prepare and file your federal and state tax returns at the same time.
INfreefile provides the added convenience of direct deposit for refunds and direct debit to pay taxes owed.
The following online tax preparation vendors offer the free file program and adhere to the strict privacy standards of the IRS.
Review the offers from the vendors and make a selection based on your qualifications. The IRS and DOR do not endorse any individual partner company. The third-party products and websites on this page are not controlled by DOR. Please review each vendor’s offers, limitations and exclusions carefully.
If you are married filing jointly, the AGI limitation applies to the combined income of you and your spouse.
You must access INfreefile products from this page and may need to create a new account each year. Store-bought programs cannot be used in conjunction with the INfreefile program. Any other links used to access vendor websites may result in fees or charges.
For help using INfreefile vendors, contact their customer service.
Follow the vendor’s directions for returning users as listed on their website. If you already have an existing account with a vendor, you must create a new account. If your AGI increased since your last use, you may be ineligible for INfreefile or unable to use specific vendors.
Additional No-Cost Filing Resources
Additional information on filing your taxes is available on DOR’s Individual Income Tax webpage.
You can also find tax information for seniors and low-income taxpayers.
Note: Cash App Taxes (formerly Credit Karma Tax) is not a member of the Free File Alliance.