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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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Filing for Divorce? 5 Important Tax Tips

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5 Tax Tips For Divorced Couples

Divorce can be a sensitive topic and a difficult period of time for all the parties involved. Whether you live in a common law or community property state, the process of filing taxes once the divorce has been finalized can be both emotional and complicated. Deciding how assets are split, the cost basis of these assets, new filing status and even which former spouse will claim children as dependents are all important considerations that go into the tax...

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Marriage and Taxes; How Should I File?

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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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Married Same Sex Couples Can File Joint Tax Returns

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IRS: Marriage Is Marriage!

In a landmark ruling announced by the Obama administration, married same-sex couples shall be treated as any other legally married couple–at least in the eyes the Internal Revenue Service for tax purposes.  This announcement follows and is consistent with the recent Supreme Court ruling which struck down the constitutionality of The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which only recognized “marriage” between that of a man and a woman.

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IRS Begins Accepting Tax Returns Today

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IRS Accepting Returns Today

After the longest delay in history, the IRS is now accepting electronic and paper tax returns for tax year 2012 as of January 30th, 2013.  The caveat is that many forms for both individual and business returns are further delayed including form 8863 Education credits.  The IRS has offered no specific date–only a general time frame of mid to late February–as to when these forms will be accepted.  If you are in real need of your refund and you are claiming one of...

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IRS Delays Accepting Returns Until Jan. 30th

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E-file Delayed Until Jan. 30th

By Robert W. Wood

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Tax Filing Season Delayed Until Jan. 22 Or Later

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IRS Delays Filing Season And Refunds…Again.

By: Robert McCabe

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