The law requires you to complete a tax return when you have income above a designated amount. The amount varies according to your age, filing status and income type. However, even if you are not required to file, you might benefit as you could get a refund if taxes were withheld or you qualify of certain refundable credits.
The IRS website is a helpful resource to see if you should file. The Interactive Tax Assistant on the site can lead you through a several questions to see if you should file. Other information is found on printed tax forms.
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Amazingly the IRS has embraced modernity (in one area at least) and it is possible to now check your tax status via your iphone, android phone or tablet device. An organization which seems to creak under its own antiquated history and seems to patch up its rules and regulations every year rather than innovating and moving forward has actually brought out something worth getting hold of!
The IRS2Go app was released earlier in the year for the purposes of allowing people to quickly and easily check the status of their tax refund. All the app does is simply access … Read more at 2011 Tax.
After filing taxes, people want a way to check on the status of their refund. They want to know exactly when they will be getting their money back so they can put it to good use. There is an easy way to check on the status of the refund.
1. To check on the status of your refund, you should first visit the website www.IRS.gov that is provided by the IRS. This site is very helpful in this means and for answering any questions there may be. This site is available all day every day during tax time.… Read more at 2011 Tax.
Tax time starts creeping up as soon as the calendar turns to the New Year. No matter how you feel about the experience, it is one that has to be done. What you do after filing your taxes may be the key to setting the tone for your financial future. Finding the best use for the tax refund starts with careful planning and then continues with consistent follow through.
Making Plans for the Tax Refund
1. Make a list of all the places you would like to use the tax refund.
2. Put them in order of most important … Read more at 2011 Tax.« go back