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
Congratulations, the IRS is sending you a tax refund. But where is it?
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.
For those who filed for extensions on filing their taxes in April, IRS deadlines are creeping up fast.
The IRS is trying to spread the word: Check your tax withholdings now to avoid possible surprises in April.
Thirty million Americans will be cutting a check to the IRS this spring because their employers didn’t withhold enough money.
If the best things come in small packages, taxpayers may be eager to learn that the U.S. government plans to deliver a much smaller 1040 form in the next tax year.
The tax overhaul that Congress passed in 2017 includes a lot of changes for your future returns. Here’s a look at some of the big ones.
The IRS expects a “surge” of tax returns on Presidents Day weekend, urging taxpayers to use online tools so they can avoid long wait times and busy signals.