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West Virginia State Tax Department, in conjunction with the IRS, accepts refund and balance due state individual, corporation, S corporation, partnership, and fiduciary income tax returns by method of the Modernized E-File system (MeF).
You can also file current-year amended tax returns electronically, if the software you choose supports this function.
It's fast, it's accurate and it's the preferred method for tax filing.
Balance due returns can be filed as any other state electronic return. No payments are due until the applicable tax due deadline. Taxpayers who wish to pay at the time of filing may do so by Electronic Funds withdrawal (direct debit), credit card, MyTaxes, or with the applicable tax payment voucher.
Mandate: Income tax preparers who filed more than 25 personal income tax returns last year – and will be using tax preparation software to complete one or more of these returns – must file those electronically for the current tax year.
Mandate Opt Out Form is available for taxpayers who choose not to have their income tax returns filed electronically. This form must be signed and retained for your records. You can file your federal and state return at the same time or use the State Only option, which permits you to file your federal and state tax returns at different times.
You May Be Required to File and Pay Electronically
Paid Tax Preparer Hardship Waiver Request for Income Tax Preparers
State Only Returns
This option is available if you need to file your West Virginia tax return separately from the federal return. This could be due to a transmission error where the federal return was sent and the state return was not.
State-only filing, like all forms of Online filing, is available only for current-year filers.
Returned Refund Fee
Direct deposit refunds that have been rejected for any reason will be subject to a $15.00 returned electronic refund service charge. This includes, but is not limited to, direct deposits requested using inaccurate or illegible banking information and closed, frozen or ineligible accounts.
Mandatory e-Pay/e-File Information
Individuals who have made payments totaling $25,000 or more during the most recent fiscal year may be required to file and pay their West Virginia taxes electronically.
you will find all the information and resources you will need to electronically file and pay your taxes.