Introduction to Ohio IT-1040 I-File
Ohio IT 1040 I-File is a convenient way to
file your Ohio individual income tax return. But we recognize
that it may seem daunting at first...so we designed this page
Below are the most-commonly asked questions about Ohio
I-File, followed by an important note regarding the
registration process. Finally, there is a link to the
complete list of I-File frequently asked questions.
We hope you enjoy your fast, free, and
secure filing experience.
Unable to register: If you are filing an Ohio income tax return for the first time or if you are unable to register, you will be required to fax your social security card or IRS ITIN assignment letter and at least one additional piece of identification which must include your date of birth. Acceptable identification includes a valid driver's license, state issued identification card, U.S. passport or military ID (copy of both front and back sides required).
If you are attempting to file a joint return, please include the documentation requested above for both parties.
To initiate the registration process, fax your request and necessary information to our online registration group at 1-206-600-6113. If you have further questions about the registration process, Email Us or call us at 1-800-282-1780. In the event we need to contact you please include your email address and/or a daytime telephone number. Allow up to 24 hours before attempting to register after submitting your information.
Note: Due to security reasons we cannot change or add your name, social security number or date of birth from a telephone call. You must fax the required information to the number listed above.
For a complete look at Ohio I-File
information we recommend you read the entire list of
Frequently Asked Questions before you get started.