Tax season is just around the corner. Online services have become a popular choice for individuals and families to prepare and file their returns. But there are a wide range of situations that call for professional assistance.
Let’s say that you have just received the results of an IRS audit and they are not favorable. The auditor has assessed additional back taxes, and now, you are on the hook for additional interest and penalties as well. Do you have any recourse against these findings?
The most recent data from the IRS on individual tax returns indicates that of 131 million returns filed, about 5 million were expected to be amended.
Taxpayers wanting to make an IRA contribution for 2016, have until the unextended due date for filing their 2016 return, which is April 18, 2017. Contributing to an IRA has several benefits, the most important one being that you are saving for your retirement.
During 2016 you may have made substantial gifts to your children, grandchildren or other family members as part of your estate planning. Or maybe you just wanted to help those close to you with some financial support.
Now that the 2017 tax filing season has arrived you may benefit from the following tax savings opportunity.
You should have received your W-2 form, Wage and Tax Statement by February 2nd. Since your W-2 shows the amount of your wages and taxes withheld from your salary during 2014 you’ll need it to correctly prepare your tax return.
It’s tax time again. By now you should have received your tax information such as W-2s and 1099s and should be ready to file your tax return.
If you discover an error after you file your tax return, you can correct it by amending your return. Here are 10 tips about amending your federal tax return: