Whatever your reasons for being behind on tax prep, the IRS will give you an extension to file.
How to check to see if your early vote was actually cast
A Jefferson County District judge is sending election officials scrambling on the eve of the high-stakes midterm elections. Judge Justin Sanderson has ordered Jefferson County voters whose mail-in ballots have been rejected to be allowed to vote on election day. Attorney Mark Sparks represents some of those voters, including a Beaumont woman in her 90's. Sparks says the voters have not even been told their ballots were discarded, nor why.
Missed your tax filing deadline? Here's what you can do
Missed your tax filing deadline? The state still wants to help you out.
2019 tax returns: How to file your taxes for free
Filing your taxes doesn’t have to cost you money. Even though the new Form 1040 that all tax filers will file this year is a one-page document with just 23 lines, preparing taxes can be daunting for some. The new Form 1040 replaces the old 1040 as well as the Form 1040A and Form 1040EZ. …
Still haven't filed? Tips to help you with your taxes
If you haven't filled out your tax returns yet, now is the time to get on it. The deadline is Tuesday!
Your Money Matters: Tax filing tips from CPA Geoff Harlow
Geoff Harlow, CPA, MST, MBA Kessler Orlean Silver 1101 Lake Cook Road. Suite C Deerfield (847) 580-4100 www.koscpa.com ICPAS - Illinois CPA Society (Chicago) 550 W. Jackson, Suite 900 Chicago (312) 993-0407 www.icpas.org/findacpa Did you sell a home in 2016? You may deduct the real estate tax credit you provided to the buyer.
Why you should file your taxes sooner rather than later
Monday, January 29th is the first day Americans can file their taxes with the IRS.
Why you should file your tax return ASAP this year
With tax season booting up, most people should think about filing early this year -- here's why
Checking in to see how the backpack program checked out
As summer wraps up, how did Feeding South Dakota's backpack program do this summer.
What to do if you haven't filed your tax return yet
If you haven't filed your 2018 taxes, the Internal Revenue Service is warning you to get moving. The agency said anyone who hasn't filed needs to do so immediately, even if they can't pay any potential penalties and interest. There is no penalty for filing late if a refund is due. Penalties and interest only happen on unfiled tax returns if taxes owed are not paid by the April 15th deadline.
Here's what you need to know about filing your taxes
Worried about the tax law changes? Here's what you need to know about filing your 1040 tax form.
The Equifax data breach and your taxes: Why you should file early
File as early as possible to protect yourself from scammers.
Five major changes you need to know before filing your taxes
With tax season looming, here's what you need to know about the first major overhaul to the tax code in more than 30 years.
Get your tax refund before you filed? Here's why it's happening
Believe it or not, criminals are using real bank accounts in a fast-spreading scam that could gain more traction as we move into prime refund season, according to the Internal Revenue Service.
Need more time to file your taxes? Here's how to get an extension
If you haven't filed your taxes or requested an extension by now, don't panic - you're not alone. There's still time to meet the April 18 deadline.
Tips to avoid scams with nearly one month left to file your taxes
HARRISBURG Pa.-- It might be hard to believe but there is just about a month left to file your taxes On Monday at the State Capitol, The Department of Revenue will be meeting with members of the IRS, and CPA's to provide some helpful filing tips and ways to avoid tax scams. Tax fraud is when someone gets a hold of your personal information, and it actually happens more than you think. That is why experts urge you to be extremely careful when…
3 things to know before filing your taxes this year
So why are so many of you seeing lower refunds this year? Consumer reporter Tiffany Craig did some digging. She has the answers.
10 Things to Know if you haven't Done your Taxes yet
Waiting until the last minute to file means you might be rushed. And that means a likelihood of making mistakes
Tax Week: How to file taxes on your own
We welcomed Manoj Samara-Nayake, tax managing director for Accuity LLP to answer some questions.
How to File for an Extension on Tax Day
The tax day deadline is here but don't worry if you're not ready to file your taxes. You may file an extension with the IRS that gives you up to six more months to file your taxes — but you gotta do it...