The 2018 tax season may have just wrapped up a few months ago, but the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is busily preparing for 2019.
For years, we have heard Republican politicians tout the idea of Americans filing their taxes on a postcard. To some, the notion was outright ludicrous. While others lauded the idea of streamlining filings.
Well folks — reality can be stranger than fiction. On June 29, 2018, the IRS unveiled an early draft of their new postcard-size tax form for 2019. Continue reading The IRS Unveiled the New Postcard-Size Tax Form for 2019
It is that time again, tax time! Time to report our finances to our favorite uncle – Uncle Sam. Thankfully, this year you will have a few extra days to file your taxes instead of the usual April 15th deadline. Monday, April 18th is the deadline this year due to Emancipation Day. Emancipation Day is a holiday celebrated in Washington D.C. to mark the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln freeing African slaves and their descendants.
Whether you will file your own taxes or head to a professional this year, we want to remind you to beware of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) scammers. They are on the prowl and willing to con you and anyone else out of your hard-earned money. Check here for the official IRS press release.
Continue reading Beware of IRS Scammers
Today, January 20, 2015, marks the first day the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will begin accepting and processing 2014 returns.
Filing taxes can be a stressful time of the year. Continue reading How do you plan to spend your tax refund?