Individual Income Electronic Filing
Additional E-File information
|Free File Opportunities|
|North Dakota Fillable Forms|
|E-file Online Using a PC|
|Information for EROs|
|Pay your individual income tax by credit card|
Electronic filing is a fast and accurate way to file your state and federal income tax returns. The best way to file your North Dakota return electronically is to file using software that submits both the federal and state return at the same time. Your tax information is keyed into a computer and sent to the Internal Revenue Service, which then sends the state portion to the North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner.
Use this simple interactive tool to find out which method to use. By answering a few easy questions, you will learn which method will work best for you.
Many professional tax preparers participate in the Federal/State electronic filing program. Check with your preparer to see if they participate, or visit the IRS web site to find a local tax professional.
A number of communities have Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) sites. These are sponsored by the IRS, AARP, and other organizations. Many of these sites offer free e-filing along with basic tax preparation assistance for low to moderate incomes.
Before you e-file, please note that you may be charged a fee to file your taxes electronically. Carefully read the information about services provided. The fee may vary between providers and it goes directly to the service provider. We do not subsidize service providers nor do we receive any money from them to put their link on our website.
If you have any questions or problems with an electronic service provider's website, including error messages received while attempting to use their services, you must contact the service provider's customer service for help.
- Form ND-1V - Electronic Return Payment Voucher (273kb fill-in pdf)