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The 6 Most Basic Rules Of Tax Preparation

Dealing with kids and marriages

If you’re married or divorced be sure that you and your spouse’s last names match all social security records, because your return will be rejected if they don’t. Also, if you’re divorced with children, be sure you know who’s claiming the kids. The rule is that whoever files first will initially get the credit and if it’s not the right person, correspondence with the IRS will be required by both parties to resolve the matter. To avoid that mess, it’s something you NEED to work out beforehand. Read more

Are you Using the Correct Private Delivery Service?

John Stancil

Most taxpayers today do not mail their tax returns as the use of e-filing continues to increase. However, some still mail in paper returns, and there are occasions in which correspondence with the IRS must be done through the mail. Most taxpayers utilize the United States Postal Service in these cases. But there are Read more

With All The Identity Theft Going On With IRS, Maybe e-filing Isn’t Worth It

Identity theft cost the Internal Revenue Service $5.2 billion in tax year 2013, according to an analysis from the U.S. Government Accountability Office. While the IRS estimates it prevented $24.2 billion in fraudulent refunds, there are still thousands of taxpayers whose tax refunds were delayed because a criminal beat them to the joyous task of filing tax returns.

Regardless of the fact that it’s not the best budgeting strategy, people often rely on their tax refunds to pay bills. When an identity thief files a fraudulent return which is usually done through the IRS e-filing system using someone’s Social Security number, that person won’t know about the fraud till they attempt to file themselves, and instead of the speedy refund they may have been counting on, they may have no idea when they’ll get their Read more

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