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?
Congratulations on finishing your taxes! Now that you’ve filed your taxes, you’re probably wondering where your refund is. Don’t worry, we have a simple break down of the e-file process here, so you know where your tax return is and when you can expect your refund.
Things were so crazy in the spring so you couldn’t quite get around to filing your tax return. Either way, your best move was to file an extension. Your timely filed extension changes your deadline to file from April 17 to October 15. Find out what to do next.
Did you get a tax refund this year? If you’re like one of the many taxpayers who gets a few thousand dollars back, you’ll realize that it’s a pretty sizable chunk of change regardless of your financial situation. There are a lot of smart things you can do with that cash to make sure it improves your financial life and we’ll discuss some of them today.
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.
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.
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?
With the tax deadline around the corner, last minute tax filers are anxiously filing their taxes and trying to get the tax refund they deserve. No matter when you file, you probably have big plans for your tax refund. Check out our infographic to see how Americans spend their tax refund.