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Tax Tips & News: 15

March 15th Corporate Tax Filing Deadline Approaching

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The Deadline to file corporate tax returns (forms 1120, 1120A, and 1120S) is Tuesday March 15th, 2016. Most corporate returns are required to be filed electronically therefore they must be sent to the IRS before midnight on the 15th.  If for some reason you are filing a paper corporate tax return, the post mark on the envelope must show 11:59pm or earlier in order to avoid late filing penalties.

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5 Quick Tips for First-Time Tax Filers

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Tips For First Time Filers

Taxes may be one of the only certain things in life, but that doesn’t mean that filing them is easy. This is especially true if you are a young adult filing your first tax return. If you are single and earned an income greater than $10,000 in 2014, you are required to file a federal return. If it’s your first time filing taxes, you might be a little overwhelmed, but never fear. Here are 5 quick tips to help you file your taxes for the first time.

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October 15 Tax Extension Deadline

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Tick-Tock, The Deadline Approaches

The deadline to submit 2013 tax returns to the IRS for taxpayers who elected to file extensions is Wednesday, October 15th.  Failure to do so may result in the penalties and interest assessed on due taxes.  Please note, that if you did not file your taxes yet, and did not file for an extension, your taxes were due on April 15th and you are already accruing penalties and interest on any taxes due.

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What Are the Next Steps If I Missed the April 15th Deadline?

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Did You Miss The Deadline?

Tax season is always a stressful time of the year.  Regardless if someone files themselves or hires a professional, nobody relishes the thought of having to file their taxes. Most people manage to get their taxes filed before the deadline, but there are always some who cannot get their taxes filed on time and don’t file an extension. 

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IRS: $760 Million In Unclaimed Refunds

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Don’t Lose Your Money To The IRS!

The IRS currently has over $760 Million in unclaimed refunds from tax year 2010, and the clock is running out for taxpayers to claim them.   Any rightful refunds from 2010 not claimed by April 15, 2014 will become the property of the US Government.  The majority of these refunds are in excess of $571 each. 

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Tax Filing Season Delayed Until January 31st

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IRS Accepting Returns January 31st

The IRS put everyone one notice not long after the end of the latest government shutdown that the 2014 tax filing season would be delayed by “1 or 2 weeks”.   Well not surprisingly, the IRS recently released that the first date that they will be accepting 2013 tax returns for processing will be January 31st:

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October 15th Extension Deadline

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In spite of the government shutdown that has shuttered many departments in the IRS, the deadline to file tax year 2012 returns remains October 15th. That means, even though the IRS may not be able to process your return, you still have to pay your taxes on time or risk penalties and interest for failing to file.  The IRS has issued the following tips:

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Last Minute Tax Tips

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Tick-Tock, The Deadline Approaches

As the April 15th Deadline rapidly approaches, there are still hundreds of thousands of taxpayers expected to file the final week of the tax season.  The late start to the tax season and the fact that we are getting reports from clients that they still have not received all their tax documentation in order to file is making  this last minute crunch even more magnified.  Here are some last minuted tax-tips (even if you’ve filed already)

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October 15 Extension Deadline Approaching

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October 15th Extension Deadline

According to the IRS, over 11 million taxpayers who filed for an extension are due to submit their final tax return by October 15th.  Failure to do so can result in penalties and interest.  If you filed an extension, and have yet to file your final return, time is running out.  If you require assistance, R&G Brenner can help.  Please contact us here to schedule an appointment and/or to speak to a qualified R&G Brenner tax professional.

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