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Efile your South Carolina state tax returns online with eSmart Tax. Our system easily transfers all the necessary information that you entered from your federal income tax return to all the right South Carolina state tax return forms so you finish your federal and state tax returns fast. You can prepare and efile your full-year resident South Carolina state tax return and your federal tax return at the same time!

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

On this page you will find information about South Carolina state tax forms, South Carolina state tax filing instructions, a link to the South Carolina department of Revenue site, and other helpful resources.

eSmart Tax supports the following South Carolina Tax Forms (Click here to download South Carolina tax forms)
Supported   South Carolina Form 1040
Individual Income Tax Return Long Form  
Supported   South Carolina Form 1040V
Electronic Payment Voucher  
Supported   South Carolina Form 8453
Declaration for Electronic Filing  
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State SC Website and Contacts
State Website   http://www.sctax.org/Tax+Information/Individual+Income+Tax/default.htm  
Taxpayer Assistance:   (803) 898-5709)
TTY/TDD:   711 in S.C.
1-800-676-3777
outside S.C.
Refund Status (Automated Responses:   (803) 898-5300
Check Refund Status Online:   http://www.sctax.org/default.htm  
Special Processing
Type:   Availability:  
State-only tax return: Supported
Decedent Return: Not Supported
Return with foreign address: Not Supported
State SC Amount Owe Payment Option
You have the following options to pay your tax:
  1. Mail check to:
    SC Department of Revenue
    Electronic Filing
    Columbia, SC 29214-0020

     
  2. Send e-payment through state website.
 
State SC 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.