Credit Karma Tax
- File taxes for free online (no gimmicks no hidden tricks to make the customer pay later for addtional products)
- This includes both free federal and state e-filing services
- Credit Karma, Inc. Credit Karma is a registered trademark of Credit Karma, Inc.
The Credit Karma Tax promotional offer is subject to change at anytime and Credit Karma reserves the right to cancel the offer at anytime. Credit Karma Tax filing is free because they pepper the user with credit card offers before starting the tax filing service (these offers do not need to be applied for in order to take advantage of the Credit Karma free tax filing offer). Most people who take advanatge of this free offer should be able to use Credit Karma Tax which will cover all common forms and schedules, including itemized deductions, capital gains and losses, and self-employment income. In order to take advantage of this 100% free tax filing service the user must sign up for Credit Karma. When signing up for Credit Karma users will have to provide their name, email address, and phone number (they will also be asked to confirm their email address). This FREE account comes free credit scores, reports and monitoring from Credit Karma so there is no real reason not to sign up.
Is there anything this Credit Karma Tax offer does not include?
Yes. This promotional free offer does not allow customer to complete multiple state filings, part-year state filing, foreign earned income, married filing separately returns in community property states, or state filing without a federal filing. Example of common forms they do support include: 1095-A Health Insurance Marketplace Statement, 1095-C Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, and 1098-C Contributions of Motor Vehicles, Boats and Airplanes. All forms found on the Credit Karma tax web page can be printed from any printer.
The Credit Karma corporate office is based at 27 South Park Street Suite 101 San Francisco, California 94107 and can be reached at (415) 675-1497.