Electronic Filing Options for Individual Income and Business Taxes

Being sensitive to the changing economic climate, the Kansas Department of Revenue no longer produces and distributes a large number of paper documents. Instead, instructions, sample tax forms, and schedules can be accessed on the Department's website by going to the forms and publications page. The Department also offers the following alternative electronic reporting and filing options.

KS WebFile

KS WebFile is a FREE online application for filing Kansas Individual Income tax returns. Refunds can be deposited directly into your bank account. For a balance due, payment methods are electronic check or credit card (MasterCard, Discover or American Express). KS WebFile is your safe, secure, fast, free and paperless way to file! Click here to file your Income Tax return now.

Homestead WebFile is a FREE way to file Homestead claims. Like KS WebFile, refunds can be deposited directly into your bank account. Homestead WebFile is safe and secure. While all claim requirements must be met and information verified, filing electronically can speed up the refund process. File your Homestead claim now by clicking here.

IRS E-File

IRS E-File enables you to file your Kansas Individual Income tax return and Homestead Claims, and your corporate and partnership tax returns using an approved commercial software package or tax professional. There are a variety of software packages providing different options. For more information about IRS E-File including a list of approved tax filing software packages, click here.

Kansas Customer Service Center

Using the Kansas Customer Service Center you can securely manage your tax accounts online. With one login – the email and password, you can securely access Kansas Department of Revenue accounts. You can make electronic payments, view your online activity and file various returns and reports including your sales, use, withholding, liquor drink and liquor enforcement tax returns.

To begin using the application now, click here.

For information about the new filing requirements for your retailer’s sales, compensating use and withholding taxes, click here.