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
Tax season came and went in 2021 -- along with shutdowns and extensions. But 2022 is here and we are now heading into a whole new tax season, which is set to end April 18. Clients must provide Peekz with their tax documents and these tax worksheets at least 48 hours prior to the consultation … Continue reading How to share your 2021 tax files with Peekz
The 2022 tax season is upon us. That means lots of scrambling for W-2 forms, receipts and other paperwork — sometimes hours before the deadline. Your annual tax appointment with Peekz ConsultiN will run more smoothly if you gather as much information as you can ahead of time. We have created worksheets that will help … Continue reading How to prepare for your meeting with Peekz on 2021’s taxes
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
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