IRS Letters Sent For Benefits

Nine million letters will be sent by the IRS to potentially eligible families who did not claim benefits.  This includes stimulus payments, EITC, Child Tax Credits, and other benefits.  Starting this week, the Internal Revenue Service is sending letters to individuals and families who appear to qualify for a variety of key tax benefits but did not claim them by […]

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Extension Deadline For IRS Filing

Taxpayers that filed for an extension in April are reminded, the extension deadline is October 17th.  While that seems like a ways off, The IRS urges those that are ready to file, to file as soon as possible. The IRS says, taxpayers who haven’t filed, whether they requested an extension or not, should file a complete and accurate return earlier […]

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IRS Offers Identity Theft & Scam Webinar

The Internal Revenue Service is offering a free webinar on Scams and ID Theft.  The IRS and the Federal Trade Commission are sponsoring the program designed to help everyone recognize and combat tax scams and tax-related identity theft. The program will also explain how you can receive an added layer of identity protection by applying for an Identity Protection Personal […]

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IRS Increases Mileage Rate

If you are keeping track of your travel expenses for your taxes, the IRS has made an update to the standard mileage rate for the final 6 months of 2022. From January 1st through the end of June, the standard mileage rate has been 58.5 cents per mile.  As of July 1st, that rate will increase 4 cents to 62.5 […]

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Where’s My Refund?

You’ve filed your tax return and are expecting a refund, but where is that refund?  IRS Spokesman Michael Devine says the most convenient way to check on a tax refund is by using the Where’s My Refund? Tool on IRS.gov.  Devine says that 24 hours after the IRS has acknowledged receipt of your return, you can check the status. Taxpayers […]

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