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IRS to Hold Special Open House for Veterans and Persons with Disabilities

Offices in All 50 States Will be Open Saturday, Sept. 25 to Provide Tax Assistance  IR-2010-97, Sept. 14, 2010  WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service will host a special nationwide open house on Saturday, Sept. 25 to help taxpayers –– especially veterans and people with disabilities –– solve tax problems and respond to IRS notices. […]

The Taxpayers Advocate Speaks

National Taxpayer Advocate Submits Mid-Year Report to Congress; Identifies Priority Challenges and Issues for Upcoming Year IR-2010-83, July 7, 2010 WASHINGTON — National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson today released a report to Congress that identifies the priority issues the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) will address during the coming fiscal year.  The report expresses concern […]

IRS Open House – Saturday June 5th!

Open House Saturday June 5 to Help Taxpayers Solve Problems and Respond to Notices  WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service will once again host a special nationwide open house on Saturday, June 5 to help taxpayers solve tax problems and respond to notices from the IRS. [TaxMama Note – For tips on how to use […]

Payroll Garnishments

Today TaxMama hears from Rebecca in California who is facing serious problems. “We don’t know what to do, and now that the CA franchise tax board has garnished my paycheck, we don’t have any extra funds. This is based on tax returns not filed for 1999 and 2000. What can we do?”

Open House on Saturday May 15 to Help Small Businesses, Individuals Solve Tax Problems

Courtesy of IRS WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service will host a special nationwide Open House on Saturday May 15 to help small businesses and individuals solve tax problems. Approximately 200 IRS offices, at least one in every state, will be open May 15 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time. IRS staff will […]

GET YOUR EXTENSIONS HERE!

Get your IRS extension here! Note: This page has been updated to include links to Personal, Business and State extensions. Courtesy of IRS If you can’t meet the April deadline to file your tax return, you can get an automatic six month extension of time to file from the IRS. Here are seven things you […]

New Video Series Helps Exempt Organizations

[TaxMama note: IRS is doing their best to demysify the entire process for non-profits/exempt organizations. Use the tools!] WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service has launched a new case study and video program to help exempt organizations and their tax preparers better understand the newly revised Form 990 series which must be filed for the […]

Filing on Extension

Today TaxMama hears from Jaleh in Delaware with this concern. “When you file an extension with the IRS for your business and personal tax returns, and you owe taxes that year, do you have to pay penalty and interest on the money once it is paid? I received a bill and I’m not sure if […]

Amending Very Old Returns

Today TaxMama hears from Mark in West Virginia with this problem. “The IRS thinks I owe them money from 1999. I have proof to the contrary, but they say I can’t file a 1040x after 3 years. Even the Tax Advocates told me that. My father acting as my power of attorney filed it through […]

An Extra 1099-MISC

Today TaxMama hears from Brian in Wisconsin who got a surprise. “Two weeks ago I filed my taxes and everything went fine. Well. I just a form 1099-misc from a website where I made some money last year ($800). what can I do now?”

Old Corporation

Today TaxMama hears from Peter in Ohio who says, “I started a corporation four years back and never got around to using it. I never filed anything because it was never in use. Do I need to file returns for those 4 years even though I never used the corp.? How do I completely close […]