Virginia Taxpayers Get Lucky Break This St. Patrick’s Day

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eSmart Tax offers free Virginia state tax filing to all taxpayers.

This March, Virginia taxpayers are feeling the “luck o’ the Irish” on, where they can file their Virginia return for free. Best of all, those who file prior to March 2, 2011 could receive their well-deserved refund on or before St. Patrick’s Day.

“When anyone mentions St. Patrick’s Day, people think of shamrocks, leprechauns and even green beer,” said Ray Shively, Vice President of Online Products at Liberty Tax Service. “We, at eSmart Tax, like to think of tax returns and, better yet, tax refunds. It’s the perfect time to beat the April rush and fill up your ‘pot of gold’ with a tax refund before St. Patrick’s Day.”

eSmart Tax, the online tax filing service of Virginia-based Liberty Tax Service, is offering a free Virginia state tax return to all of its fellow Virginians, Irish and otherwise, with the purchase of a federal return. For those who are under the age of 51 and have an AGI equal to or less than $58,000, the do-it-yourself tax service is also offering free federal (plus the free Virginia state return) tax filing. Of course, anyone who files their taxes on this weekend could receive their deserved tax refund on or before March 17.

“The Virginia Tourism Corporation’s website,, has a growing list of St. Patrick’s Day events,” Shively explained. “You can also find a few handfuls of Irish pubs, knick-knack shops and attractions all throughout the Commonwealth. But if you’re looking to file your taxes for free, is the place to visit.”

To file for free as a Virginia tax payer, visit and start your return today. Think of it as a gift from your fellow Virginians at O’eSmart Tax.

About eSmart Tax
eSmart Tax is backed by the tax experts at Liberty Tax Service and its network of over 23,000 tax preparers and more than 3,800 offices across the United States and Canada. Liberty Tax is a trusted leader in the tax preparation industry for almost 15 years, and has filed over 8 million returns, so e-filers can rest assured their tax returns are in good hands.

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