Our tax software makes it easy for you to prepare efile your PA taxes online. All Pennsylvania state tax forms are available for you to prepare and efile. You can use to prepare and efile your Pennsylvania state tax return (whether you are a resident, nonresident, or part-year resident) together with your federal tax return, or to simply prepare and efile your state and federal returns separately. When done, we will provide you your federal and state filing status. Should you have to make any corrections, we will provide you instructions on how to correct your PA income tax return.
The regular deadline to file a Pennsylvania state income tax return is April 15.
|Tax Deadline Date||Type of Income Tax Return||Filing Deadline / Due Date Description|
|April 18, 2019||2018 Pennsylvania State Tax Return||Due date for Pennsylvania State Income Tax Returns – income tax filing deadline|
|April 18, 2019||2018 Pennsylvania State Tax Extension||Due date for Pennsylvania extension requests and automatic extensions|
|October 15, 2019||2018 Pennsylvania State Tax Return||Last day to efile a 2018 Pennsylvania State Income Tax Return for tax extension filers and late efilers|
View all state tax return filing deadlines here.
Find federal income tax return filing deadlines here.
All of the following Pennsylvania state tax forms are supported
|Form/Schedule||Description||Can I efile this form?|
|Form PA||Local Employment Worksheet|
|Form PA||Local Return|
|Form PA||Use Tax Worksheet|
|Form PA-V||Individual Income Tax Payment Voucher|
|PA||**REQUIRED** Prior Year AGI|
|Form PA-40||Individual Income Tax Return for Residents, Nonresidents, and Part-Year Residents-General Information and Income/Payments, Credits, and Donations|
|Form PA-40 Schedule G-S||Taxes Paid by PA Residents to Other States Credit|
|Form PA-40 Schedule O||Other Deductions|
|Form PA-1000-Schedule D/E/F||Sale, Exchange, or Disposition of Property-Renter Schedule D; Rents, Royalties, Patents, and Copyrights-Owner/Renter Schedule E; Owner/Renter Schedule F|
|Form PA-1000||Property Tax or Rent Rebate Claim|
|PA – WK SP – Schedule SP Part C line 6||Special Tax Forgiveness (Part C)-Nonresident/Part Year Income|
|Schedule C||Profit or Loss From Business or Profession|
|Schedule F||Farm Income and Expenses|
|Schedule G-L||Resident Credit for Taxes Paid|
|Schedule OC||Other Credits|
|Schedule SP||Special Tax Forgiveness (Parts A and B)-Page 1 and 2|
|Schedule UE||Allowable Employee Business Expenses|
The amended tax return should be filed within 3 years of the filing deadline for the original tax return, or 2 years from the time when tax was paid, whichever is later.
If you reported too little income or too many deductions, or tax credits weren’t claimed properly, then you have up to 30 days from the date of the original filing to file an amendment correcting those mistakes. After the 30 days pass, you can still file an amendment, but you may owe late filing and/or late payment penalties.
As a Pennsylvania taxpayer, you must file or efile a tax amendment if you reported incorrect income on your original tax return or claimed too many or to view allowable deductions and/or tax credits etc. In the case of incorrectly reported income (whether under- or over-reported), you should also file a federal tax amendment form to correct the errors in your federal tax return. You have two options to amend your Pennsylvania amended tax return: