Loading...

Today, towards the end of the second full week of the 2019 tax filing season, the Internal Revenue Service warned taxpayers to avoid unethical tax return preparers, known as ghost preparers. By law, anyone who is paid to prepare or assist in preparing federal tax returns must have a valid 2019 Preparer Tax Identification Number,…

Loading...

These are some of the most common questions we see on a daily basis. All Refunds Are Delayed The IRS issues more than nine out of 10 refunds in less than 21 days. Eight in 10 taxpayers get their refunds faster by using e-file and direct deposit. It’s the safest, fastest way to receive a…

Loading...

The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act required the IRS to hold all refunds for returns claiming the earned income tax credit (EITC) and additional child tax credit (ACTC) until February 15. PATH ACT LAW! – By law, the IRS cannot issue refunds for people claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or Additional…

Loading...

You may have submitted your tax return form weeks ago and you still do not have it in your bank account. Read on to learn about tracking your income tax return status and more. How Long Do I Have to Wait For My Refund? IRS usually has a 21-calendar-day policy in issuing refunds. However, this may take…

Loading...

What Is the Usual Turnaround Time to Get a Tax Refund? The IRS sends the tax refund within 21 calendar days. Of course, the timeframe assumes your tax return is accurate and free of any red flags or errors. According to their website, the IRS processes the tax refund within the 21 calendar days timeframe approximately 9…

Loading...

In preparation for the tax season, it is imperative that you have a strategy to complete your taxes quickly, accurately, and with as little hassle as possible… all while keeping the cost down. With those things in mind, here are eight tax filing tips to help keep you sane this tax season. 1. Start and Finish…

Loading...

What You Need to Know About Filing as Head of Household Who Can File as Head of Household? To file as a head of household, you have to meet a few guidelines set by the IRS. To qualify, you have to be: Single: First, you have to be single or legally separated on the final day of…

Related Posts