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Category: State Tax Questions

What state(s) do not allow state-only e-filing?

As of May 14, 2013, Kansas no longer allows State-Only filing. If you wish to electronically file your Kansas state return, you must also include your Federal return at the same time. If your Federal return is accepted by the IRS but your Kansas return is rejected by the Kansas Department of Revenue, you will be required to print and mail your Kansas return. You will be unable to resubmit your Kansas only return after a rejection by electronic file because it would then be classified as "State-Only" submission.

If you are required to paper file your Kansas state return, you may print the return directly from your TaxSlayer account. To print your Kansas return from within your current year TaxSlayer account, please log into your account and select “Summary” from the black bar at the top of the screen. Then select "Create a PDF Document" followed by the printer icon to view, print or save a PDF copy of your return. This application creates the Federal and State return(s) in one document.

For assistance with locating the mailing address to use when paper filing your Kansas return, please refer to the Kansas Department of Revenue

Note: Some states do not allow e-filing of Part-Year or Non-Resident returns. To check each state individually you can view a list from our TaxSlayer home page. To check your state return information, please visit our Supported State(s) Link by clicking here.