FAQs about state tax software
If you live in a state that doesn’t have state income tax, you might not have to file a state return. Congrats! Here are the states without any income tax. Note: New Hampshire and Tennessee do tax certain interest and dividend income and other activities.
- New Hampshire (taxes interest and dividend income only)
- South Dakota
- Tennessee (taxes interest and dividend income only)
Download this state-only tax software right to your desktop to use with our Basic or Deluxe products. Or, get our Deluxe + State, Premium, or Premium & Business tax filing software packages — and you’ll get one state program included for free!
Yes. Use this state tax software to e-file right from your computer. An additional fee for e-filing applies, and you can’t e-file in a state that doesn’t have income tax. Note: New Hampshire doesn’t allow e-filing for state returns.
Yes. For most states, you can file nonresident and part-year resident state returns using H&R Block’s State tax software. We support e-filing part-year and/or nonresident returns for:
- District of Columbia
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
Absolutely! You can e-file up to three state returns for the same filer. Any additional state returns must be printed and mailed.
Yes, you can file a state return by itself after you’ve completed your federal return. Just make sure you already have the federal software downloaded and installed. To buy your state’s program, choose your state from the drop-down menu above, then install it to access it from the federal software.