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IRS Answers Common Questions for Last-minute Tennessee Filers

 

Internal Revenue Service - IRSNashville, TN – With just days to go before the tax filing deadline, the IRS reminded Tennessee taxpayers to file either a tax return or an extension request by April 15th.

“Missing the tax deadline can be costly,” said IRS spokesman Dan Boone. “But taxpayers can easily avoid or reduce the penalties by taking action no later than April 15th,” . «Read the rest of this article»

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Internal Revenue Services says Tax-filing and Payment Extensions Expire October 15th

 

Check Eligibility for Overlooked Tax Benefits; Choose e-file; Payment Options Available

Internal Revenue Service - IRSWashington, D.C. – The Internal Revenue Service today urged taxpayers whose tax-filing extension runs out on October 15th to double check their returns for often-overlooked tax benefits and then file their returns electronically using IRS e-file or the Free File system.

Many of the more than 11 million taxpayers who requested an automatic six-month extension this year have yet to file. «Read the rest of this article»

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IRS Offers Tips for After Tax Day

 

Internal Revenue Service - IRSNashville, TN – Tax day has come and gone for most people, but dealing with taxes may not be done for some. Internal Revenue Service spokesman Dan Boone offers these tips for handling some typical after-tax-day issues.

Didn’t file by April 17th? It’s too late to request an extension of time to file, so the important thing is to file your return as soon as possible. If you owe taxes with your return, you may be charged interest and penalties on anything not paid by April 17th, along with a late-filing penalty. To reduce the penalties and interest, pay as much as you can with the return. «Read the rest of this article»

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Tax Deadline is One Week Away – Need more Time to File?

 

Internal Revenue Service - IRSWashington, D.C. – The Internal Revenue Service today reminded anyone unable to meet next week’s tax deadline that they can easily get an automatic six-month tax-filing extension. And, the easiest and quickest way to get an extension is online through the Free File link on IRS.gov.

In a matter of minutes, anyone, regardless of income, can use this free service to electronically request an automatic extension on Form 4868. Filing this form gives taxpayers until October 15th to file a return. This is an extension of time to file; not an extension of time to pay.

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IRS: Tax Deadline two Weeks Away and more than 600,000 Tennesseans Expected to File

 

Internal Revenue Service - IRSNashville, TN – With the tax filing deadline two weeks away, the Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers that quick and easy solutions are available if they can’t file their returns or pay their taxes on time, and they can even request relief online.

The IRS expects more than 600,000 Tennesseans to file tax returns in the next two weeks and about 170,000 to request filing extensions.

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IRS: Tax Clock is Ticking

 

What You Need to Know if You Still Haven’t Filed Your Tax Return

Internal Revenue Service - IRSWashington, D.C. – Thanks to a holiday in the District of Columbia, all taxpayers have until April 17th to get Form 1040 into the IRS. Even with some extra time, the tax deadline is fast approaching.

For people who find taxes a little too taxing, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a program that can help. It’s called Free File. You can use free software to do your taxes and e-file for free. Get started at www.IRS.gov/freefile. «Read the rest of this article»

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Taxpayers Have Until Oct. 15 to File Extended 2008 Tax Returns

 

Offshore Voluntary Disclosures Also Due

irs_logoNashville – The Oct. 15 deadline is fast approaching for millions of taxpayers who requested a six-month extension to file their 2008 tax returns. That includes about 156,000 Tennesseans.

It’s also the deadline for special voluntary disclosures by taxpayers with assets in previously undisclosed offshore financial accounts.

In most cases, Oct. 15, 2009, is the last day taxpayers may timely file their 2008 federal tax returns. The IRS expects to receive as many as 10 million tax returns from taxpayers who used Form 4868 to request a six-month extension to file their returns. Some taxpayers, for example, may have requested a filing extension to claim the first-time homebuyer credit for a home purchase that closed after the April 15 deadline.

Some taxpayers can wait until after Oct. 15 to file. This includes those serving in Iraq, Afghanistan or other combat zone localities and people affected by recent natural disasters. «Read the rest of this article»

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