The IRS will begin processing returns for 2021 taxes, beginning Jan. 24. If the federal agency doesn't extend the tax season deadline -- as it has for the past two years -- taxpayers have until April 18 to submit their tax returns. "The pandemic continues to create challenges, but the IRS reminds people there are … Continue reading Tax season starts Jan. 24
Taxpayers who are worried they didn't pay enough in income taxes during 2021 have some good news. They can avoid a big surprise tax bill and potential penalties and fees by making a quarterly estimated tax payment, according the Internal Revenue Service. Taxpayers have until Jan. 18 to make payments for 2021's fourth quarter. Self-employed … Continue reading Estimated tax payments due Jan. 18
Peekz ConsultiN is going virtual for the time being. As public health concerns and precautions evolve daily surrounding the coronavirus, we are taking the situation seriously and want to minimize any impact on our clients. We have decided to practice social distancing, limit exposure and conduct all tax meetings and other appointments remotely for this … Continue reading Peekz to meet with clients remotely until further notice
Tax season for 2020 has begun. The IRS officially began accepting tax returns for the 2019 year on Jan. 27. Taxpayers initially had until April 15 to file their returns and avoid penalties. But the IRS extended the deadline to July 15 in response to pandemic concerns and hardships related to COVID-19. July may seem … Continue reading Taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns
The IRS is asking people who work more than one job or who are starting new jobs this summer to do a "paycheck checkup."
Congratulations, the IRS is sending you a tax refund. But where is it?
Peekz ConsultiN is rolling out out the Pittsburgh accounting firm’s first community, Debt Eliminators.
The IRS said this week that the agency would start processing tax returns on Jan 28 and would issue refunds to taxpayers "despite the government shutdown."
Giving to charity is a reward in and of itself. And the first Giving Tuesday under a new tax era serves as a big reminder of that.
The IRS has some good news for taxpayers who are looking to aggressively save for retirement.