Home / Tax Resources / State And Federal / Efile-Vermont-Tax-Return Efile Vermont State Tax Returns Start For Free Vermont State Tax Filing Information File your Vermont state tax return online with eSmart Tax. Prepare your full-year resident Vermont state tax return and your federal tax return at the same time for your convenience. The regular deadline to file a Vermont state income tax return is April 15. Find additional information below about Vermont state tax forms, Vermont state tax filing instructions, and government information. eSmart Tax supports the following Vermont Tax Forms (Click here to download Vermont tax forms) Vermont Form 8879VT Individual Income Tax Declaration for Electronic Filing Vermont Form IN-111 Individual Income Tax Return Vermont Form IN-116 Homestead Declaration and Property Tax Adjustment Claim Vermont Schedule IN-112 VT Tax Adjustments and Credits Vermont Schedule IN-113 Income Adjustment Calculations Vermont Schedule IN-153 (SD) Capital Gains Exclusion Calculation Vermont Schedule HI-144 Household Income State VT Amount Owe Payment Option You have the following options to pay your tax: Mail in a check. You need to attach Payment Voucher (Form IN-116) Mail check to: VT DEPT OF TAXES PO Box 1779 Montpelier, VT 05601-1779 Send e-payment through or credit card state website. Pay by Direct Debit from bank account. You need to make sure your bank supports direct debit. Liberty eSpecial: $50 Off Tax Prep! PIN Availability: Type: Notes: Supported Same as federal N/A Special Processing Type: Availability: State-only tax return: Supported Decedent Return: Supported Return with foreign address: Supported State VT Website and Contacts State Website http://www.state.vt.us/tax/individual.shtml Taxpayer Assistance: 1 (866) 828-2865 (Toll-free in VT) or (802) 828-2865 (Local & Out-of-State) Refund Status (Automated Responses: (866) 828-2865 or (802) 828-2865 Check Refund Status Online: https://secure.vermont.gov/TAX/refund/ State VT Overpayment Option You have the following options: Apply your refund amount to next year's tax payment. Contribute your refund amount to charity. Receive your refund by check through mail. Receive your refund by direct deposit to your bank account.