According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) itself, the IRS owes taxpayers more than $900,000,000 in unclaimed tax refunds. One easy way to avoid an unclaimed refund is to always timely file your tax returns. Full story
Did you know that each year the IRS has upwards of a billion dollars in unclaimed tax refunds? That’s right, a billion dollars of money that is owed to taxpayers across the country. How does this happen?
Already filed your taxes with TurboTax? Here is the latest information on IRS processing, so you know when you can expect your tax refund. Full story
The IRS Oversight Board Released its 2011 Taxpayer Attitude Survey this year and according to the survey, most taxpayers show strong support for the federal tax code. Check out our infographic to see what the survey reveals about how taxpayers feel about paying taxes. Full story
The tax deadline is Tuesday, April 17th and some tax procrastinators are still scrambling to file taxes by the deadline. No matter when or how they file, we have found that there is a divide between genders when it comes to filing taxes. Here is our infographic that breaks down the difference in this tax battle of the sexes. Full story
Every year the IRS reports they have about $1 billion in unclaimed refunds waiting for people who did not file a tax return. The IRS estimates half of the potential 2008 tax refunds are $637 or more so if you didn’t file your tax return in 2008, you have 3 years from the due date to claim your tax refund – that’s Tuesday, April 17th! Check out our interactive break down to find out how much tax refunds may be waiting for you. Full story
With April 15 falling on Sunday and Emancipation Day (Holiday recognized by the IRS) falling on Monday April 16, tax day has been moved to Tuesday, April 17 instead. And while that’s reason enough to celebrate, it also presents a new challenge: what will you do with those extra two days? Full story
The IRS has $153 million in undeliverable tax refunds. Is one of them yours? Find out how to track your refund and how to avoid undeliverable tax refunds in the future. Full story