The IRS opened the 2014 tax federal filing season on January 31, 2014.
Individuals can now e-file their tax returns, with four out of five tax returns are now filed online.
Taxpayers have until Tuesday, April 15, 2014 to file their 2013 tax returns and pay any tax due.
The IRS expects to receive more than 148 million individual tax returns this year.
Last year, taxpayers received an average refund of $2,744.
Taxpayers who make $58,000 or less can choose to file their taxes for free at IRS.gov, using one of 14 free file offers.
After filing your taxes, remember to check "Where's My Refund?" to find out the status of your federal refund.
The IRS also offers over 100 short videos, tax tips, and other resources through YouTube, Twitter at @IRSnews, @IRSenEspanol and @IRStaxpros.
Tumblr users can go to www.internalrevenueservice.tumblr.com.
This information is available online year round and no personal tax or account questions are answered.
IRS reminds taxpayers to never post confidential information, such as your Social Security number, on social media sites.