Should I File This Year’s Tax Return?
What if I Do Not Have the Money to Pay Now?
But I Didn’t Earn Enough Income that Requires me to File?
What if I Have Older Years that I Have Not Filed?
This time of year, people around the country often become very confused. Adding to this confusion, the IRS is only two years into implementing the ‘Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’ for tax returns – the sweeping tax reform code that’s leaving even IRS employees with as many questions as answers.
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There are times when income is low enough, that IRS does not require one to file.
However, even when not required, there still are times when it is in your best interest to file.
If you are required to file, should you file if you cannot pay?
This is a common and very costly mistake people make.
Even if you cannot pay, by filing you will avoid being smacked with up to a 25% penalty for failure to file, plus interest on that penalty going forward. This is on top of the up to 25% additional penalty IRS charges for failure to pay on time.
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Here are five things to remember about IRS Free File:
1.Access Free File at IRS.gov. IRS Free File is available only through IRS.gov. Taxpayers can choose a Free File company offer that they qualify for and then click on that link to prepare and e-file the return.
2. Free File Can Find Tax Breaks. The tax software’s question-and-answer format helps eligible taxpayers find tax breaks. This could include tax credits such as the Earned Income Tax Credit. The software then selects the appropriate tax forms and does the calculations automatically.
3. It is Free for Everyone. Taxpayers with income of $66,000 or less can use brand-name software. Taxpayers who earned more can use Free File Fillable Forms. This option allows taxpayers to complete IRS forms electronically. It is best for those who are familiar with doing their own taxes.
4. File from personal devices. Taxpayers may use their smart phones or tablets to electronically prepare and file their tax returns with IRS Free File through the IRS2Go app for Android and iOS devices or by visiting www.IRS.gov/freefile from the device.
5. Easy Online Extensions. For those who cannot finish their return by the April 17 deadline, it’s easy to use Free File to request a six-month extension. An extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay. If taxpayers owe federal taxes, they should estimate the amount they owe and pay it with the extension request. This helps avoid penalties and interest.
The IRS partners with the Free File Alliance and its member companies to provide a dozen brand-name tax software options at no cost. Many Free File alliance member companies also provide free state tax preparation software.
Wouldn’t it be awesome to file your 2019 taxes FOR FREE??
The IRS’s Free File partnership with tax giants Intuit (Turbo Tax) and H&R Block (to name just a few) allows people who gross less than $69k/year to file their taxes 100% free AND use these well-known companies to do so.
“Free File online products offer free federal tax return preparation, free electronic filing and free direct deposit of refunds to help get your money faster,” said Chuck Rettig, IRS Commissioner. “The IRS has worked to improve the program for this year, and we encourage taxpayers to visit IRS.gov, and consider using the Free File option to get a head start on tax season.”
Thank you to 2 wonderful clients, Charles and Hector, for submitting these great reviews. Our top gun staff here at Rush Tax Resolution loves hearing back from our clients. Our Attorneys, CPAs, Enrolled Agents, Case Managers, Tax Preparation Team, and Support Staff, all take great pride in both….. 1. Providing exceptional customer service to all of our clients, and 2. Obtaining exceptional results for all of our clients.