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Efile Kansas Tax Return

Kansas State Tax Filing Information  

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The eSmart Tax online tax return filing solution makes it easy to efile your Kansas state tax return using the required state tax forms. Save time when you prepare and efile your full-year resident Kansas state tax return and your federal tax return at the same time.

The regular due date for filing your Kansas state taxes is April 15.

Find additional information about Kansas state tax forms, Kansas state tax filing instructions, and the Kansas department of Revenue below.

eSmart Tax supports the following Kansas Tax Forms
Supported   Kansas Form K-40
Individual Income Tax and/or Food Sales Tax Refund Original and Amended  
Supported   Kansas Form K40-V
Kansas Payment Voucher  
Supported   Kansas Form K-40 Schedule S
Supplemental Sch Part A Modifications to FAGI
Supplemental Sch Part C-KS Itemized Deductions
  And More
Availability:   Type:   Notes:  
Supported Same as federal N/A
State KS Amount Owe Payment Option
You have the following options to pay your tax:
  1. Send credit card payment through third-party website.
  2. Send e-payment through state website.
  3. Send credit card payment through third-party website.
  4. If you are unable to pay in full, you can request a payment plan by completing the Pay Plan Request Form Pay Plan Request for Individuals [ http://www.ksrevenue.org
    ] and fax to the Collections Department at: 1-785-291-3616 or e-mail to kstaxpayplanrequest@kdor.state.ks.us.
  5. Mail payment to:
    TOPEKA, KS 66699-1000

State KS Website and Contacts
State Website   https://iitrss.ky.gov/
Taxpayer Assistance:   (785) 368-8222
TTY/TDD:   (785) 296-6461
Refund Status (Automated Response):   (800) 894-0318
Check Refund Status Online:   https://www.kdor.org
Special Processing
Type:   Availability:  
State-only tax return: Supported
Decedent Return: Supported
Return with foreign address: Supported
State KS Overpayment Option
You have the following options:
  1. Apply your refund amount to next year's tax payment.
  2. Contribute your refund amount to charity.
  3. Receive your refund by check through mail.
  4. Receive your refund by direct deposit to your bank account.