La temporada de impuestos del 2013 ya está por terminar, y si no has tenido la oportunidad para declarar tus planillas de impuestos, la fecha límite es Abril 15 del 2013 para personas físicas. Esta también es la fecha límite para enviarle el pago al IRS por cualquier impuesto sobre ingresos que tengas que pagar. He aquí algunas cosas que deberías tomar en cuenta ya que Abril 15 está por llegar.
To share some important last-minute tips to help you file your taxes within a short period of time, financial expert and TurboTax spokesperson Mike Periu will be hosting a live tweetchat in Spanish on Thursday, April 4 at 9 – 10 p.m. EST / 6 – 7 p.m. PST.
March is already here and with about 5 weeks before the April 15th deadline, you may be feeling the pressure. Perhaps you’ve had some big changes in the last year – a marriage, an addition to the family, or a new business – and don’t know how this will affect your taxes. There’s no need to worry. I have a few tips to make this year’s filing easier on you.
Mike Periu, experto en finanzas y portavoz de TurboTax, estará compartiendo unos consejos muy importantes que te ayudarán a declarar tus impuestos en poco tiempo. Lo hará durante un Tweetchat en español que se llevará a cabo el jueves 4 de abril, entre 9-10 p.m. EST / 6-7 p.m. PST.
If you didn’t have time to file by the April tax deadline, chances are you filed for an extension. Even though you filed an extension, does it feel like that October extension deadline came out of nowhere? Time can get away from us and even those extra six months can fly by and leave you scrambling come October. If so, here a few tips to help take some of the stress out of this tax deadline.
It’s only a few days left before the 2011 extended tax deadline. Are you trying to figure out how you’re going to file by October 15th? Don’t worry we can help you! Tune in to our free tax tip Webinar on Wednesday, October 10th from 1 – 1:30 pm PST to get free tax tips and learn an easy, convenient, and inexpensive way to accurately file your taxes from one of our CPAs, Lisa Greene-Lewis.
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.
Even if you don’t think you make enough money to file an income tax return, it’s still a good idea to file. There are some circumstances in which you might actually be eligible to get some money back, and if you don’t file your return, you won’t get that money. Here are good reasons to file.
As autumn is approaching here in the United States, there’s another milestone coming up soon. October 15- the deadline for filing your 2011 tax return. Besides procrastination, some are delaying getting their taxes completed because they are worried about getting them done correctly. Fortunately there are ways to help with both.