Tax Software You Can Trust

Two Ways to File, One Trusted Name: Ramsey SmartTax

Classic

  • Tax software you can log in to and use anywhere
  • Helpful guidance and explanations so you can file accurately
  • Three simple steps: prep, save and e-file
  • $17 + state filing

Classic

  • Tax software you can log in to and use anywhere
  • Helpful guidance and explanations so you can file accurately
  • Three simple steps: prep, save and e-file
  • $17 + state filing

Premium

  • Access to Priority Support via phone or email
  • Live chat to get answers fast
  • Audit Assistance for three full years
  • A FREE financial coaching session after you file ($200+ value)!
  • $37 + state filing

Premium

  • Access to Priority Support via phone or email
  • Live chat to get answers fast
  • Audit Assistance for three full years
  • A FREE financial coaching session after you file ($200+ value)!
  • $37 + state filing

What Is Ramsey SmartTax?

What You'll Get From Ramsey SmartTax

Tax help that you can trust. Because it’s not just “SmartTax.” It’s Ramsey SmartTax, guiding you with your budget, your well-being, and your financial future in mind.

  • Online filing that’ll be easy, whether you’re a first-time filer or a seasoned tax software user.
  • Up-front, budget-conscious pricing. The price you see = the price you pay. No surprises here.
  • Ramsey SmartTax is powered by TaxSlayer, who's been trusted in the business for over 50 years.

Taxes can be overwhelming. We’ve been there. If you’re still not sure whether to file online or with a pro, we’ve built a 5-minute quiz to make sure your next tax move is your best tax move.

FAQ

  • For a really low price, you’ll do your taxes accurately and get every deduction you deserve, all without getting bombarded with ridiculous ads for loans and other dumb products.
  • To file federal taxes, you’ll pay $17 for Classic and $37 for Premium (Premium comes with IRS audit protection). If you need to file a state income tax, you will pay separately for the state tax return (it’s $32).
  • Dave says two things about taxes: You need to do them (duh), and you need to get your tax withholding as close to zero as possible. To learn more about tax withholdings and to browse our tax articles, go here.