In the wake of the tragic bombings that occurred in Boston on Monday, April 15, the IRS announced today a three-month tax filing and payment extension to provide relief to Boston-area taxpayers and others affected by Monday’s explosions.
With less than 3 days to file your tax return by the April 15 deadline, there is no wonder more and more Americans are turning to tax software as their preferred method of tax preparation. This infographic takes a looks...
The April 15th tax deadline is just days away and tax procrastinators are scrambling to make the tax deadline. No need to worry. With today’s modern technology you can go online and e-file your tax return at 11:59 on April 15th, but what was tax day like a century ago and how did the IRS come up with the April 15th tax deadline? Our infographic takes a look at a hundred years of taxes and the history of tax day.
If you got married or divorced last year, you may have to complete an extra step before filing your taxes if you changed your name. If not, you may have a hassle when it comes to filing your taxes. I wanted to make things easier for those making the name transition by giving you an overview of the process.
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?
Today, the IRS announced that it will begin accepting e-filed tax returns for the vast majority of U.S. taxpayers on January 30, about a week later than expected. The IRS anticipates that it will be able to process tax returns for about 120 million taxpayers.
October 15th is quickly approaching and if you didn’t file your tax return yet you’re probably wondering how to get your tax documents in order to make the tax extension deadline. Jim Wang has created a tax form checklist to help you figure out what tax documents you need to prepare your taxes.
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.