When Can I E-File 2014 Taxes in 2015?

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The 2015 Tax Season to e-file 2014 taxes started on January 20, 2015. E-file your 2014 taxes today with RapidTax and receive your refund within 21 days!

The 2015 Tax Season launched on January 20, 2015! E-file your 2014 Tax Return today with RapidTax.

Last year, the IRS e-file start date wasn’t until January 31, 2014. Luckily, you won’t have to wait until the last day of the month to file your 2014 taxes.

In fact, the 2015 Tax Season to e-file a 2014 Tax Return began on January 20, 2015.

That means you can e-file your 2014 Tax Return today with RapidTax and receive your refund within 21 days!

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The tax deadline for 2015 remains at the usual tax day, April 15th. That means you have between today and April 15, 2015 to file your 2014 Tax Return. 

If you don’t plan on filing your 2014 Taxes by April 15th, at the very least you should file an extension. If you have tax due, you’ll want to keep in mind that an extension will not protect you from late payment penalties. You’ll want to pay your 2014 tax bill before April 15, 2015.

For those receiving a refund this year, you’ll be happy to hear that the IRS has spent time making improvements to the e-file system so that it’s faster for everyone.

E-file your 2014 taxes today with RapidTax, you’ll receive your tax refund within 21 days.

E-File Your 2014 Taxes Today! 

Create an account today for the 2014 Tax  Year and begin entering your 2014 tax information. Thanks to the ease of the RapidTax site, you’ll have your tax return completed within minutes!

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24 Responses to “When Can I E-File 2014 Taxes in 2015?”

  1. Tammy lambert says:

    I am wondering when I can e-file to have my taxes direct deposited in my bank account

    • Tax Advisor says:

      Hi Tammy,
      The IRS tax season officially starts on Jan. 31st. That means, the IRS will be accepting returns starting on 1/31. However, our website has the 2013 tax application already up. That means, you can fill out your tax return on our website, submit and when January 31st rolls around, we will have it submitted to the IRS.
      Saying that, if you do fill out and submit before the start of the tax season, you can probably expect your direct deposited refund by mid-February. Here is a link to an estimate tax refund cycle chart to see when you can expect your refund, based upon what day you file.
      Hope that helps. Happy filing!

  2. Bridgette says:

    Hi, I let someone from my job do my taxes , they did my taxes in 2011 everything was fine , I let them do them again for 2012, she told me when she filed them for 2012 it was rejected, I have 4 dependents which one was a newborn and we all were claimed , someone claimed me and my 4 children the only one who had access to my newborns social security number was the person who did my taxes , I’m still with the father and he lets me claim them, we found out from a rapid tax place my info was put thru on free tax usa to do a rapid refund to get the money back in 2 days , my return was offset becausevi owed money so this person was unable to get the money fast, when the bank finally received the money it was held by them because the social security number didnot match the bank account it was being deposited into, I know who did this, the irs now tells me I owe them somemoney how can I get a copy of the original tax return that was submitted first thru tax usa the one that the irs accepted first because I had to mail mine in on paper

  3. Brenda says:

    I tried filing my taxes on Tuesday but it was rejected the tax person said because the ssn of my number of my newborn probably hasn’t been updated with the IRS yet can someone tell me how long it takes for the irs to update there systems

  4. Helen says:

    I downloaded my forms from the IRS website and placed them on my USB in a PDF file. Can I email them to the IRS to file them?

    • Tax Advisor says:

      Hi Helen,
      No. You will need to prepare your taxes with a tax preparer, such as RapidTax.com. Once your tax return is prepared, you can elect to have your taxes e-filed (electronically filed) directly to the IRS or you can print, sign and mail them to the IRS.

  5. Jamie Reed says:

    I was just wondering what date can you start filing your taxes? I e file

  6. Skip Martin says:

    I tried to efile my taxes today but was unable because it said that the IRS have not yet released some form that’s related to my deductions. Will they soon and is that common? And then will I be able to efile?

  7. Amanda says:

    How long is it taking for taxes to come back this year I did mine 1/19/15

  8. beth riggle says:

    I was just told that the IRS isn’t accepting ” Rapid Refunds” this year for anyone who has less than credible credit. Is this true?

    • Tax Advisor says:

      Hi Beth,

      Because of the budget decrease this year, there have been rumors about delays in receiving refunds this year. They have, in fact, tightened the rules for rapid refund programs. However, there is nothing clearly stated by the IRS about these delays as of now.

  9. Ashley says:

    I filed January 20th 2015 and got my refund accepted the 21st?? And now it’s seen 7 days I no its a little early but the h&r block sent me a text saying they accepted my refund and it was completed? So will i get it earlier then 21 days ? I keep getting emails from irs about health stuff but no acknowledgment

  10. Saul says:

    I did my tax return on Jan. 21 afternoon and they accepted them at night, right now still says the same thing on the IRS web page, do you think that probably next wee I get my refunds on my bank? on Feb 4 that will be 2 weeks

  11. kassye says:

    Can i still file my 2013 taxes? (Yes im late lol)

    • Tax Advisor says:

      Hi Kassye,

      Not to worry, you are not the only one! You can still file your 2013 tax return. If you are due a refund, then you can even still claim that money. If you have tax due, you may need to pay a penalty fee to the IRS however, it is better to file as soon as possible than not at all. You can create an account now and our customer service team can help you along the way.

  12. lisa says:

    I did my tax on January 19 this year. when will i get them in my back? I hope soon.

    • Tax Advisor says:

      Hi Lisa,

      The answer to your question will definitely depend on how you requested to receive your refund. If you chose direct deposit, please take a look at our 2016 Refund Cycle Chart HERE. Although the IRS will no longer provide estimate dates for when they will distribute refunds, prior year trends seem to remain consistent. Choosing direct deposit to receive your refund would land you in the week of February 5th, 2016. Keep in mind that this approximate date can change with any complications of your return with the IRS.

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