• Where you Can Find Free Tax Assistance

    Every year the tax code is revamped putting a lot of stress on taxpayers. There are stiff penalties for declaring certain things incorrectly on your tax return, especially if certain tax breaks, like the Earned Income Tax Credit, are fraudulently claimed. If you are unsure of what you are...
  • E-Filing: Common Questions

    Taxpayers can submit their taxes electronically using the IRS’ Electronic Filing System via the e-file process. Tax preparation software approved by the IRS can be used to electronically file taxes with a desktop computer as well as from the latest smartphones and tablets. What Are Some Benefits of E-Filing?...
  • How to Get a Business Tax Extension Online

    Whether you work for an employer or own a business, the IRS allows you to file a tax extension. This extension gives you more time to file your taxes, it does not extend your time to pay. However, there are different rules and deadlines for personal and business tax...
  • Moving Expenses: What is Tax-Deductible

    Moving expenses can be deducted from your income tax return if you’ve had to relocate due to beginning a new job or had to be relocated for your current job. If you do need to claim your moving expenses, they can be deducted on Line Line 26 of Form 1040....
  • Filing Your Taxes for 2016

    The beginning of the new year marks the time when business owners start accounting for their final total revenue made from sales and expenses incurred while running their business to know how much they have earned in profit. They can already start filing tax returns with the Internal Revenue...
  • How to Handle an IRS Notice

    There are several different reasons the IRS might send you a letter of notice. They send them to millions of people each year. When the IRS  issues you a notice, you can respond in a number of different ways depending on the type of notice you receive. Late Filing...
  • A Guide to IRS Debt Relief

    You should be aware of several important criteria if you owe money to the IRS. Most important of all is to know that the IRS is like any other lender and is keen to a mass or collect any dues owed – that means they will take what they...
  • How you Can get a Personal Tax Extension

    The tax deadline this year, for the majority of people, specifies that tax returns must be e-filed or postmarked by April 18th. If you do not comply, the IRS will penalize you by charging a penalty of 5% on the amount owed.  The penalty is charged each month that...
  • Owe Taxes? Here are Some Valuable Tips

    Owing taxes to the IRS can put you under a lot of stress, and make you feel quite like you’re drowning, especially if you are finding it hard to pay off your liability. However, you do not need to be get disheartened as you have rights. As a matter...