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Resetting your password

Trying to log in at the Adams® Tax Center, or Adams® Tax Forms Helper® Online? Make sure you’re signing in to the right site.

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Written by Adams Tax Forms
Updated over a week ago

Adams Tax Forms Helper works to secure your data from unauthorized access and verify your identity at every point.

That’s why we require separate logins for our online store and the Helper. To troubleshoot login issues, let’s make sure you’re in the right place.

Step 1. Verify the site address.

The Adams Tax Center—buy forms or eFile bundles

Our online store is where you buy access to the Helper, forms, kits & bundles.

If you need to make purchases or want to review past purchases, you’ll need to login here.

Adams Tax Forms Helper Online—fill out forms

Our secure form filler site is where you manage your data and file your taxes. You can always access the Helper from anywhere on the Adams Tax site—look for the big Helper button at the top of every page.

Ready to finish your taxes? You can login here.

Step 2. Reset your password

If you’re in the right place and you’re still not able to log in to file your taxes, you can reset your Tax Forms Helper password to restore access to your account.

Reset your password with your email address.

Click “Forgot Password” from the Login page.

Enter the email address you used to establish your Adams Tax Forms Helper account and click “Email Verification Code.” We’ll email you a 6-digit verification code.

When you receive our email, copy and paste or type the 6-digit code into the Verification Code Box (Be sure to check your spam folder if you can’t find it).

Click “Verify.”

Enter and confirm your new password.

Click “Save” when ready.

Next, click on the Login button.

A 6-digit security code will be sent to your email address or cell phone depending on your account preferences. Enter the code and click “Verify.”

You can go back to your dashboard where you can start working again.

Good on you! You’ve reset your password and gotten back to filing!

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