File Taxes for Free with Cash App Taxes

Cash App Taxes free

File Taxes for Free with Cash App Taxes

Cash App Taxes is a new free service from Cash App users. Well it’s no completely new. It was previously known as Credit Karma Tax, which some people might be familiar with.

Since being acquired by Cash App in November 2020, the tax preparation service will remain similar, but will just have a different name. Cash App Taxes will offer free tax preparation online or through the app. And if you filed tax returns with Credit Karma Tax previously, you may still access your information online if you send a request while filing your 2021 returns.

Cash App Tax lets you file your federal and state tax returns online. You’ll need to download Cash App onto your phone and create an account. There’s also a $5 bonus when you do so, and send $5 to anyone. Free tax filing will then appear as an option on the home menu in your Cash app.

You may file tax returns online or through the app once you verify your identity. Cash App Taxes supports most of the popular IRS tax filing forms, so most people should be able to use it to file their taxes. But there are some forms and situations Cash App won’t support. That includes things like working in more than one state, earning foreign income, form 1040-NR and more.

Cash App will require you to file for your federal tax return before filling out your state tax return. 

Cash App Taxes is not your only option. You can see other services here such as FreeTaxUSA, TaxAct and more. There are 8 IRS Free File Online providers for you to explore. Some states might offer free tax preparation as well.

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8 thoughts on “File Taxes for Free with Cash App Taxes

  1. I didn’t specify a complaint because it’s not 1 complaint. It’s lots of complaints. Seems you found what you needed based on my comment. Many people lost lots of money and cash app was no help. How they are allowed to deal with finances is a mystery.

      • It’s about when people have had issues and cash app wouldn’t help. When issues arise with finances, you need help not to be ignored. If you are just sending to friends and family, it’s probably fine as long as you don’t have some sort of a problem. If you do, don’t expect any help. I would use a more reputable company. They have a terrible reputation so there is no way I would provide them with important financial information.

        • I wasn’t aware, thanks. I rarely have a big balance in Cash app. It’s usually sending and receiving $10-20, so I never worried much about it.

          I’ll have to read up on it.

  2. Google cash app complaints. Lots of problems and they offer little to no help when there is an issue. I wouldn’t trust them with any financial info based on their track record.

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