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Electronic Filing Using a Software Vendor

  • Certified Software Vendors - Once selected, contact the vendor and arrange to use their software.  
  • Payment Information - Payments can be made using the Tennessee Taxpayer Access Point (TNTAP), even if your return was filed using a software vendor.   For more information, view the Electronic Payments Page
  • Certified Software Vendors - Once selected, contact the vendor and arrange to use their software.  
  • Payment Information - Payments can be made using the Tennessee Taxayer Access Point (TNTAP), even if your return was filed using a software vendor.   For more information, view the Electronic Payments Page
  • IRS Modernized e-File Program - The Department of Revenue is now accepting franchise and excise tax returns, extensions and quarterly estimated payments through the IRS Modernized e-File (MeF) Program.  This partnership between states and the Internal Revenue Service allows tax preparers to include the state tax return and any associated payment with its electronically filed federal return.  The state tax return is forwarded electronically from the Internal Revenue Service directly to the state.  This process allows returns to be processed fast and accurately.  Forms currently accepted through the MeF Program include:
    • Franchise, Excise Tax Return (FAE170)
    • Application for Extension of Time to File (FAE173)
    • Quarterly Franchise and Excise Tax Declarations (FAE172)
    • Financial Institutions/Real Estate Investment (FAE174)
  • Certified Software Vendors - Once selected, contact the vendor and arrange to use their software.  
  • Payment Information - Payments can be made using the Tennessee Taxpayer Access Point (TNTAP), even if your return was filed using a software vendor.   For more information, view the Electronic Payments Page
  • IRS Modernized e-File Program - The Department of Revenue is now accepting Hall Income Tax returns through the IRS Modernized e-File Program (MeF).  This partnership between states and the Internal Revenue Service allows tax preparers to include the state tax return and any associated payment with its electronically filed federal return.  The state tax return is forwarded electronically from the Internal Revenue Service directly to the state.  This process allows returns to be processed fast and accurately.  Forms currently accepted through the MeF Program include:
    • Individual Income Tax Return (INC250)
    • Application for Extension of Time to File (INC251)
  • The Department of Revenue is now accepting income returns filed by estates, trusts, partnerships and limited liability entities through the Federal/State 1041 Modernized e-File (MeF) Program.