How to estimate my tax refund
Estimate Your Taxes for the 2014 Tax Year (Tax Return Due in 2015)
An ounce of estimating
is worth a pound of speculating!
Don't be surprised by your taxes. To help you make important financial and tax planning decisions, we recommend that you estimate. throughout the tax year, the taxes you might owe or your expected tax refund.
Before you estimate your taxes consider the following:
The free eFile tax estimator tools are intended to provide you with valuable preliminary information that can assist you in making the right financial decisions or other finance related personal choices. The tools are also useful if you just want to know how much you will owe on your 2014 Tax Return, or how much of a tax refund you may get in 2015 when you efile your tax return.
For example, before you make decisions on how to finance important purchases (e.g. car or home purchases, home mortgage refinancing, student loan applications, etc.), use one of the free tax estimator tools. The efile.com tax calculator is based on the IRS 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ federal income tax forms, making it applicable to users of all these forms.
The tax calculator looks like a regular IRS income tax form and lets you enter your
actual or estimated income, dependent, deduction, and tax credit information. There is no need to enter sensitive personal information such as your name or Social Security Number.
Avoid Surprises, use the FREE 2015 Tax Calculator and Tax Estimator for Tax Year 2014
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You do not need in-depth tax knowledge to use our free tax calculator. The tax calculator or tax estimator does not store any information and is not intended to manually file (mail in) or electronically file (efile) your tax return with the Internal Revenue Service.
As soon as you have entered the most important tax information, the tax calculator will provide you with a tax estimate.
The eFile tax estimator is a self-educator tool for your independent assistance. This tax software tool is based on tax year related IRS published tax income rates and tax tables and shows you how your federal income taxes might be affected should your income or tax bracket change. It also helps you plan for, or anticipate, other finance-changing events such as a new job, marriage, divorce, home purchase, additional education, mortgage refinancing, additional dependents (e.g. children), and so on.
Tax Tip: See a high-level overview of many different tax deductions that might save you money or even increase your tax refund !
Tax Refund Estimators, Tax Return Calculators by Tax YearSource: www.efile.com