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  • File your taxes electronicallyFile Your Taxes ElectronicallyGet your refund back faster by e-filing your tax return. It's secure, fast and EASY! You can e-file using online tax preparation software, off-the-shelf software, or through your tax preparer. You might even qualify for free e-file.

    > Learn more about e-filing for INDIVIDUALS
    > Read about our new FREE fillable online form

    > Find a list of tax preparation web sites
    > See all the e-filing options
  • Check Your Oregon Tax Account OnlineCheck Your Tax Account NowIt's easier than ever to access your personal income tax account information. Our convenient online system, My Account, allows you to check your tax balance, set up a payment plan, make a payment, update contact information, and check the status of your refund.

    Log in or sign up for My Account
  • Tax Refund Status - Where's My RefundWhere's My Refund?Did you know that you can check the status of your 2013 Oregon personal income tax refund online? All you need is your Social Security number, filing status and refund amount.

    Check your refund status
  • 2013 Oregon personal income tax change for severaly disabled and disabled child2013 Oregon Personal Income Tax ChangeThe recent passage of SB 1534 now allows all taxpayers, regardless of income, to claim the severely disabled and disabled child exemption if all qualifications are met. If you already filed a return and did not take the exemption because of your income level, you will receive a letter from us explaining how to amend your return.
    Read more about this exemption

  • Report identity theft to the Oregon Department of RevenueReport Identity Theft

    If you are the victim of identity theft, early notification is the key to resolving tax records fraud. Use our easy online form to report identity theft to us immediately.

    > Report identity theft now
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  • Heartbleed doesn't affect Oregon e-filing'Heartbleed' Doesn't Affect Oregon E-filing
    The Oregon Department of Revenue has verified that our e-file system is secure and is not affected by the Heartbleed bug. Electronic filing remains the safest and most secure way to transmit tax returns.

    We are monitoring developments and staying in close contact with the private sector software developers who provide tax return preparation and filing services. If you use such a service, you should receive specific information and updates from that company.
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Tax Filing and Tax FormsPersonal Income Tax E-file Options
Log in to My Tax Account My Account Log in or sign up for a personal income tax account. My Account allows you to access personal tax information and perform online activities.

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