Haven't filed your taxes yet? Find free resources here!
Updated: Mar 22, 2021
To complete the many returns we have started in response to the delays caused by COVID-19, we will NOT be accepting new returns this season. We know that this is concerning to many so we created a list of other free filing resources.
Important dates to know:
- July 15, 2020: Income taxes are due IF you owe. Those who receive refunds are eligible to receive them for the next 3 years.
- August 15, 2020: 2018 M1PRs are due. This includes renter’s rebates and property tax refunds for 2018.
- August 15, 2021: 2019 M1PRs are due. This includes renter’s rebates and property tax refunds for 2019.
Alternative Filing Options:
Have access to a computer or smartphone in your home or from to a friend or family member?
- Income taxes: We recommend MyFreeTaxes.com. We created this document to help guide you through the process. If you also need to file an M1PR (for a property tax refund or renter’s rebate), follow the directions on page 4. A second free online option is FreeFile created by the IRS.
- Property Tax Refund only: Minnesota Department of Revenue offers a free online filing option here: Property Tax Refund Online Filing System
Also watch this informative video:
If you prefer to file by paper and have access to a printer, you can print the form found below:
and review the following instructions for the form:
Don’t have access to a computer or smartphone in your home or belonging to a friend or family member?
- M1PR only (property tax refund or renter’s rebate): Use one of our paper booklets to mail your return. Either pick-up a booklet from the shelf to the left of our interior office doors OR request that we mail you a booklet by calling (218)726-1665.
- Income taxes: We don’t have any resources to offer if you don’t have access to a computer or smartphone.
If you need to file a 2018 M1PR and are unable to use any of the above options, please contact us: (218)656-0806 OR firstname.lastname@example.org.
Avoiding fees (for those who owe and will be filing late)
If you owe taxes, there are 3 types of fees you may incur:
- late filing fee
- late paying fee
- interest on what you owe
To avoid all 3 fees, file an extension AND pay your estimated taxes early here:
Please contact our office at (218)726-1665 with any questions.
How to make payments:
Federal tax payments:
Online payments can be made here: https://www.irs.gov/payments
OR mailed to:
Internal Revenue Service Center
Fresno, CA 93888-0010
Minnesota Income tax payments:
By phone: From a bank account: 1-800-570-3329 - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
By credit or debit card: 1-855-9-IPAY-MN (1-855-947-2966) - Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Central time
Wisconsin Income tax payments:
Pay by check
If you filed electronically, enclose your check with Form EPV (Electronic Payment Voucher) and mail to:
Wisconsin Department of Revenue PO Box 930208
Milwaukee, WI 53293-0208
Any mailed payments (Federal or State) that don’t include a voucher must include the Taxpayer’s (and Spouse’s, if Joint return) Social Security number, name, address, phone number and Tax year that is being paid.