Despite the modern world of technology, the Internal Revenue Service still very much follows an old-fashioned method of notifying people of further instruction or meetings requires via paper notices sent by regular mail. Dubbed “IRS notices” these communications can cover the gamut from approval of an Employer Identification Number to a request for documentation to an actual audit. As a result, the most important step a person can take when receiving an IRS notice is to read it carefully before doing anything else.
We understand that sometimes, circumstances can prevent you
from filing on time. The IRS offers a
solution that extends paperwork filing for six months. Filing a federal tax return extension will
allow you to file your 1040, 1040EZ, or 1040A federal income tax forms on or
before October 15, 2014.
As tax time runs out, the stress-level intensifies as we all struggle to get those returns in before the deadline. The pressure can be too great and cause many filers to make easily-avoidable errors. There’s 11 days left to file on time. Before you file, make sure you take advantage of these tax tips so you can turn the chaos of tax season into a victory for you.
Is it possible to prepare just a state tax return in eSmart Tax? Absolutely. Here's a how-to guide.
While taxpayers can be targeted by scams throughout the
entire calendar year, the nature of tax season often creates a peak of scams
during the time that people prepare their tax.
Keep an eye out for the IRS’s “Dirty Dozen” tax scams as this filing
season comes to a close.
Tax Support is available through eSmart Tax. Find out how to have your tax questions answered.
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Well, here it is the middle of March and you haven’t
done your taxes yet, right? And, you’re
a small business owner, too, right?
Well, where do we start? Raymond D. Nations knows exactly where.
Now that it's getting down to the wire, Enrolled Agent, Raymond D. Nations, provides some helpful insight on the options you have when filing taxes late.
Some returns get rejected for minor errors that can be
fixed. Save yourself some time and watch
for these errors before you submit your return for the first time...