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Fear of Filing Tax Returns and Unclaimed Tax Refunds

Organizing documents, keeping them in order, backtracking on your investments and expenses and all the paperwork involved might sound overwhelming to some. So they try to escape the whole process of filing tax returns, by simply ignoring the preparation or submission. It’s been a month since the filing deadline and most people have already received their tax refunds, while others…read more →

Paying Income Taxes and Estimated Taxes

The tax season is almost ending, and like any other law-abiding, tax-paying citizen of the country, Chris is aware of his options. He knows that there are four ways to pay the personal income taxes. For convenience and efficiency, these are the available options: 1. Never send cash in the mail. 2. You can pay up to $1,000 a day,…read more →

Tax Extensions and Penalties

We have only a few DAYS left before the filing season is over. Extending the due date of filing your returns will let you file up to October 15th this year. BUT, it does not give you extra time to pay any taxes owed. Usually Dennis and Karen are diligent about filing their tax returns, and that explains why they…read more →

Paying Income Taxes and Estimated Taxes

The tax season is almost ending, and there are four ways to pay your personal income taxes. For convenience and efficiency, these are the available options for paying your personal taxes: Never send cash in the mail. You can pay up to $1,000 a day, in cash, at all nationwide 7-Eleven stores, for a small fee. Go to http://www.irs.gov/payments for…read more →

Tax Extensions & Penalties

We have only a few DAYS left before the filing season is over.  Further, automatic extensions will take your tax return up to October 15th this year. We expect to see a lot more taxpayers filing their tax returns late because, if they have their extensions filed and they owe taxes, the penalty is only one-half of one percent. Many…read more →

Fear of Filing Tax Returns

It’s been a month since the filing deadline and most people have already received their tax refunds, while others on extension have yet to file their returns for last year.  Believe it or not there are still some people that have not filed for past years and don’t plan on filing their tax returns merely because they are afraid of…read more →

Paying Income Taxes and Estimated Taxes

The tax season is almost ending, and there are four ways to pay your personal income taxes. For convenience and efficiency, these are the available options for paying your personal taxes: Never send cash in the mail. Starting 2016, you can pay up to $1,000 a day, in cash, at all nationwide 7-Eleven stores, for a small fee. Go to…read more →

Tax Extensions & Penalties

We have only a few DAYS left before the filing season is over.  Further, automatic extensions will take your tax return up to October 15th this year. We expect to see a lot more taxpayers filing their tax returns late because, as long as they have their extensions filed and they owe taxes, the penalty is only one-half of one…read more →

IRS Online Tools for Year-Round Tax Help

Getting year-round tax help from the IRS is easier than ever before. The IRS website has many online tools that you can use to get the service you need. For example, with IRS.gov you can e-file your tax return for free, easily check the status of your refund, or get many of your tax questions answered. Here are some of…read more →

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