Today TaxMama® hears from p0pp0p in the TaxQuips Forum, with this question. “I worked with my wife at a small company in NJ. I left the company in June of last year. I also have separated from my wife. My ex-employer gave my W-2 to my wife. Is this legal? How do I get another […]
Today TaxMama® hears from Hamed in the TaxQuips Forum, who is quite annoyed. “I sent a change of address form to my IRS auditors with my response to the audit. They ignored the change of address and sent their response to my response to the old address. I also mentioned the change of address in […]
Courtesy of the Internal Revenue Service [TaxMama note – also read about Wedding-Related Tax Benefits, here.] If you’ve recently updated your status from single to married, you’re not alone – late spring and summertime is a popular period for weddings. Marriage also brings about some changes with your taxes. Here are several tips for newlyweds […]
Courtesy of IRS Now that the federal income tax filing deadline is in your rear-view mirror, what happens after you file? A lot of taxpayers have post tax-filing questions such as what records do I keep and more importantly, “Where’s my Refund?” The IRS has answers for you below.
Today TaxMama hears from Mike in NY, whose friend has been putting the wrong address on his tax return for years. Of course, as a result, his refund has been going to the wrong address. How can he get his missing refunds back for 2006-2009?
Courtesy of IRS Most taxpayers have already filed their federal tax returns, but many may still have questions. Here’s what the IRS wants you to know about refund status, recordkeeping, mistakes and what to do if you move.
The IRS offers five tips for taxpayers who have moved or are about to move. If you’ve changed your home or business address, make sure you update that information with the IRS to ensure you receive any refunds or correspondence from the IRS.
If you changed your home or business address, you’ll want to remember these six tips to ensure you receive any refunds or correspondence from the IRS. 1. You can change your address on file with the IRS in several ways: Correct the address legibly on the mailing label that comes with you tax package Write […]
Courtesy of the Internal Revenue Service TT-2008-16 If you changed your home or business address, notify the IRS to ensure that you receive any refunds or correspondence. While the IRS uses the Postal Service’s change of address files to update taxpayer addresses, notifying the IRS directly is still a good idea. There are several ways […]