Don’t panic! The first thing to do is carefully read the notice—to determine why it was sent, what the IRS is requesting, and what they want you to do. It may be nothing of importance; it may even be a notice in your favor. After reading it you should bring it to our attention.
If you can afford to pay the amount you owe, it should be paid. But often times, that is not the case. If you cannot afford to pay, you have several options. Ignoring the IRS should not be one of them! The first option is to enter into an installment agreement with the IRS. To do this, you […]
There are many different items that could figure into answering this question—such as your filing status, your sources of income, whether you had any tax withheld, etc. This is a link to the IRS instructions for filing requirements: or you can contact us for help
First, you must determine if you were required to file in the years you did not file. There are many different items that could figure into this—such as your filing status, your sources of income, whether you had any tax withheld, etc. Here is a link to help with IRS filing requirements or you can contact […]
You should keep your records and tax returns for at least 3 years from the date the return was filed or the date the return was required to be filed, whichever is later. It is recommended that you keep these records longer if possible.
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The following is a list of the more common items you should bring if you have them: – Wage statements (Form W-2) – Pension, or retirement income (Forms 1099-R) – Dependents’ social security numbers and dates of birth – Last year’s tax return – Information on education expenses – Information on the sales of stocks […]
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The IRS estimates that it can take 28 ½ hours to research tax law, organize your records, and complete a standard 1040 return with three common schedules. Tax law is constantly being changed, and it is important that you are educated about these changes so you correctly fill out your forms. Being technologically savvy is […]