Step into 2016 knowing what to expect.
Many of us go into the new year with high expectations for ourselves; some realistic and others… not so much. Why not get a head start on a resolution that will actually stick this year? Tax season 2016 officially kicks off on January 19th. This means that the IRS won’t begin e-filing until that date. In the meantime, you can see how much of a refund you should expect this year using our free 2015 tax calculator.
How do I use it?
You can access our 2015 tax calculator here. Once you’re there, just begin answering the questions based on your tax situation. At the very least, some pieces of information that you should know are:
- your filing status
- your annual income
- your deductions (if you plan to itemize)
- if you will be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s tax return for the year
- if you are claiming any dependents on your tax return for the year
As you enter your information, you’ll be able to immediately see the adjustment made on the refund wheel to the right side of your screen.
What if I don’t have all of my tax information yet?
You can still try out our tax calculator! If you don’t know the answer to one of the questions, just skip it. We will still provide you with an estimated refund amount. Just be sure to come back later when you do have the requested information handy to get a more accurate calculation.
Do I need to provide personal information to use the 2015 tax calculator?
Absolutely not. We will not request any personal information from you while you’re trying out our calculator. In fact, you don’t even need to create an account with us to use it!
Create an account and start entering your information today!
The tax season is right around the corner and it will be here before you know it. After trying out our 2015 tax calculator, create an account for free and start entering your information to get the ball rolling. Even if you’re missing some of your tax documents, you can enter the information you know and then save your account to come back to it later.