As taxpayers get ready to file their federal tax returns, most will also be thinking about preparing their state taxes. There’s some good news for filers wanting to save money. Eligible taxpayers can file their federal and, in many cases, their state taxes at no cost.
Taxpayers whose adjusted gross income was $72,000 or less in 2019 can file their 2020 federal taxes for free using IRS Free File. Many of them can also do their state taxes at no charge. They do so through Free File offered by the IRS.
The IRS is issuing Economic Impact Payments. These payments are being issued automatically for most individuals. However, some people who don’t usually file a tax return will need to submit basic information to the IRS to receive their payment.
Questions? The IRS is regularly updating the Economic Impact Payment and the Get My Payment tool frequently asked questions pages on IRS.gov as more information becomes available. Here are answers to some of the most common questions.
Tax preparers who cannot attend the IRS Nationwide Tax Forums in person can do so online. They can visit IRS Nationwide Tax Forums Online anytime to earn continuing education credits. The website offers courses based on recorded seminars from previous forums. The courses can be watched for free or purchased for continuing education credits.
To receive credits, preparers will need to create an account. The frequently asked questions on the website have details about how to do this. Once preparers have an account, they can take courses on a wide variety of topics to help them serve their individual and business clients.
When a taxpayer files their tax return, they need to know their filing status. What folks should remember is that a taxpayer’s status could change during the year. So, any time is a good a time for a taxpayer to learn about the different filing statuses and which one is best for them.
Knowing the correct filing status can help taxpayers determine several things about filing their tax return:
Is the taxpayer required to file a federal tax return or should they file to receive a refund?
The federal excise tax returns reported on IRS Tax Form 720 is now due for the 2nd Quarter of 2019, this July 31. You just have couple of days left to have this reported and paid, never wait further or you might end up paying more than the tax amount.
Enough talked about the Federal Excise Tax reporting, this is the time to know what it would be the penalties and interest rated for missing the filing and paying deadline. With taxexcise.com, you can sit back and relax; we’re protected with Thawte SSL certificate, a leading Global Certificate Authority and McAfee Secure, making sure to serve you with the best and the secured website to file your return online.
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Taxes are something that one cannot avoid till he/she is alive; likewise if you own a business you will have to file a list of taxes to keep your business alive. One such Tax is Federal Excise Tax, filed through Form 720 every quarter.
Any business that deals with goods and services are subject to excise tax, it must prepare a Form 720 quarterly to report the tax to the IRS. Ways to prepare and file your taxes are only two, Either your fill out a paper form, figure out complicated calculations and mail it to the IRS or E-file Form 720 through www.Taxexcise.com, “THE ONLY E-FILE SERVICE PROVIDER FOR FORM 720”.
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