tax filing

Renew Your ITIN Now

2017-10-27T16:24:39-04:00October 16th, 2017|

If you have an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) rather than a Social Security number (SSN) you may need to take action or you'll be unable to file a tax return for 2017. What to know about ITINs ITINs are identification numbers issued by the U.S. government for individuals who do not qualify to receive an SSN. An ITIN [...]

Will You Have to File a 2016 Tax Return?

2017-02-03T23:04:02-05:00January 9th, 2017|

The filing requirement rules for individual federal income tax returns are fairly straightforward. In general, you are required to file a return based on your filing status, your gross income, and your age. Here's an overview of the rules for 2016 tax returns. Single taxpayers (including those who are divorced or legally separated). If you're [...]

Close is Not Good Enough with New Reporting Rules

2016-08-24T00:23:44-04:00June 23rd, 2016|

The old adage "close only counts in horseshoes" is an accurate reflection of the new IRS information reporting rules. Beginning with 2016 returns, due dates for Forms W-2 and certain Forms 1099 have been moved up, and the penalties for late or inaccurate forms have substantially increased. Here are the new filing deadlines for 2016 [...]