An Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter says he’s never paid federal taxes. That admission could mean he’s in for his toughest match ever.
The 2013 tax filing season will open eight days later than the Internal Revenue Service had planned, on Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Because Congress didn’t pass tax law changes affecting 2012 tax returns until Jan. 1, this year’s filing process could be delayed.
The Internal Revenue Service is offering Supserstorm Sandy victims special tax consideration when it comes to tax deadlines and recovery payments.
I hate to be a nag (actually, I tell my husband I’m just detail-oriented!), but if you pay estimated taxes make sure you don’t miss the June 15 deadline for the second filing of 2010. These four extra payments a year are made by folks who get money that isn’t subject to payroll withholding. It could be
Everyone has to meet the April 15 filing deadline, even the country’s leaders. Check out the 1040s filed this year by the president and vice president.
The IRS is expecting around 60 million returns to arrive this week. If you’re one of these last-minute filers, welcome to my club! I’m planning to give my return a once-over this afternoon, then hit the send button.
But as good as it feels to be done with your 1040 for another year, don’t relax too much. You might have some more tax tasks to take care of in the next couple of days.
With just three days left to the annual tax-filing deadline, people are still having problems with the Making Work Pay credit. To actually get the credit now, you have to file Schedule M with your return. Still confused? Welcome to the world of U.S. taxes!