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Tax Tips & News: Tax Refund

Can I get a Tax Refund Advance? Getting Money Now

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As we head into tax season, you may already be looking forward to that tax refund at the end of it all. It can be frustrating to wait for weeks or even months to receive your refund. Luckily for you, it is possible to receive the money you would with your refund almost immediately. If you want your cash right now, you may want to ask your tax specialist if you qualify for a tax refund advance.

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Is My Refund Delayed? What Can I Do?

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“Will my refund be delayed this year” is becoming an all too common refrain these days. Delayed e-filing dates, IRS not accepting tax forms & documents not being mailed out on time have all occurred over the last few years and have caused refund delays. However for the 2017 tax filing season (2016 tax year), it looks like we will get hit with all three of these scenarios at once:

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Tax Benefits Increase for 2012

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Even in the face of severe federal & state deficits, many tax benefits are due to raise for tax year 2012 (calendar year 2013).  By law, tax provisions are required to keep pace with inflation.  The new dollar amounts affecting most taxpayers are:

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Overlooked Tax Deductions

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When you plan to come in to do your taxes make sure to bring all of your information and mention any purchases or payments made throughout the tax year that may help you save money on your income taxes.  Some of the items to remember are:

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Tax Refunds and Savings Bond Options

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With large refund averages and an increase in the release of refunds the IRS has begun reminding taxpayers of their refund options.  They offer several options for depositing your refund, including a Saving Bond Option.

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The IRS Has Over $75 Million Dollars For New Yorkers Who Did Not File 2007

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Nearly 1.1 Million taxpayers did not file a federal tax return for 2007.  New York taxpayers account for 62,600 of the tax returns that have not been filed.  These returns have an average refund amount of $706 and account for approximately $78,405,000. These individuals who did not file, must submit their income tax returns by April 18th 2011 or forfeit their refunds to the IRS.

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IRS is Putting Tax Refunds on Debit Cards

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The IRS is sending out letters to hundreds of thousands of taxpayers about their new Debit Card program.  The program is for low income taxpayers who do not have bank accounts.

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Are you one of 1,000+ Long Islanders that are due IRS Refunds?

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If a return is filed with the wrong address or a taxpayer moves after filing for their refund, the check is returned to the IRS and held there until someone claims it.  This year 9,662 New Yorkers checks have been sent back to the IRS as undeliverable.  Of these checks there are over 1,000 owed to Long Islanders.

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IRS Seeks to Return $164.6 Million in Undelivered Checks

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If you have not received your refund and your tax return was submitted more than 6-8 weeks ago, your check may have been sent back to the IRS.

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