NebFile

This is a reminder that e-file with direct deposit is the quickest and easiest way to get your individual income tax refund. E-file is fast, easy to use, secure, and more accurate than paper filing. If you go to a tax preparer, be sure the preparer e-files both your federal and state returns.

E-FILE OPTIONS

 E-File

    This is a fee-based convenient way to file both your federal and state income tax returns in one transmission to the IRS. 

NebFile 

    NebFile allows most Nebraskans to e-file their Nebraska individual income tax return for FREE. NebFile is for state returns only and there are no limitations on income. You must complete your federal return before beginning NebFile.

FreeFile

“Free File” allows free e-file for your federal return only and for returns with federal adjusted gross income of $57,000 or less. If you use Free File, you may be charged a fee to file your state return.  You can avoid this fee by using the NebFile program to file your Nebraska return for FREE after using this program for your federal return.


ELECTRONIC PAYMENT OPTIONS

  • E-pay

    You can use the Department’s free e-pay system to pay your current-year income tax balance due or make estimated income tax payments. Features include: scheduling payments in advance; changing or cancelling payments before they are transferred from the bank; and receiving email confirmations that payments have been made and received by the Department.

  • Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW) 

    This payment option is available only if you file your tax return electronically through the Fed/State e-file program, and if the preparer or software you use supports this option. Your payment can be automatically withdrawn from your bank account on the date you specify.

  • Credit Card Payments 

    This payment option is available to you whether you e-file or file a paper return. You can make a credit card payment through Official Payments. Official Payments charges a convenience fee of 2.49% ($1.00 minimum) for this service. Only the tax amount goes to the state.

www.revenue.nebraska.gov, 800-742-7474 (NE and IA), 402-471-5729