What if you owe taxes — but you don’t have enough money to pay them by April 15th? File anyway. The only thing worse than not paying your taxes on time is not filing a tax return by the filing deadline. Why? For people who owe taxes, not filing a tax return or extension to [...]
How do you know if you’re a victim of a tax scam? What can you do next?
Not gonna happen? File an extension.
So you’ve filed. What do you do next? Follow these post-filing followup steps from Miranda Marquit of Wise Bread.
19% of overall worldwide phishing scams are targeted at the IRS. Don’t fall victim. Learn how to protect yourself from tax scams.
There are plenty of verified, documented cases of weird and wonderful tax deductions our fellow Americans have attempted to claim. The twist? Some were actually allowed by the IRS.
Ed Note: As you may know, a tax audit is an IRS inspection of an individual’s or entity’s books and records. If you’re audited, the IRS will send you a letter stating which type of tax audit applies to you. You’ll need to comply with the IRS’ requests for information (which is why you’re advised [...]
Is blogging your business? Filing taxes can be a bit tricky for bloggers & freelancers — but Jim Wang of Bargaineering is here to share his own tips and experiences to help you sort through it.
Some taxpayers are receiving letters from the IRS informing them their returns are now under further review. Some of these letters are related to Form 8863 (Education Credits). Here’s what you need to know.
If you’ve forgotten something or entered the wrong information on your tax return, it can be corrected – even if you’ve already filed.