Category Archives: Tax Filing

Taxpayers should remember these tips when searching for a tax preparer

The tax filing season is upon us, and many people will be looking for someone to help them file a tax return. Taxpayers should choose their tax return preparer wisely.  This is because it’s ultimately the taxpayer who is responsible for all the information on their income tax return. It’s important for people to remember that this is…

IRS Free File Opens Jan. 10, 2020!

Most taxpayers can get an early start on their federal tax returns as IRS Free File – featuring brand-name online tax providers − opens today at IRS.gov/FreeFile for the 2020 tax filing season. Taxpayers whose adjusted gross income was $69,000 or less in 2019 – covering most people – can do their taxes now, and the Free…

Direct Deposit is the Fastest Way to Receive a Tax Refund

With tax season beginning soon, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that choosing to have their tax refund directly deposited into their checking or savings account is the fastest way to get their money. It’s simple, safe and secure. Taxpayers can also get their refund deposited into one, two or three different accounts if desired.…

What to Do If You’re Missing Tax Forms

The IRS begins accepting tax returns in mid to late January each year. But if you don’t have all of your tax documents by then, don’t stress out. Federal law gives employers, as well as other companies preparing tax documents (such as banks, educational institutions, etc.), until January 31 to distribute/postmark all forms.   If they are sent by mail, then, you may not receive your documents until early February. If you want to get a…

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