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Additionally, the IRS does not use email, text messages or social media to discuss tax debts or refunds with taxpayers. The IRS initiates most contacts with taxpayers through regular mail delivered by the U.S. Postal Service. There are special circumstances when they may reach out via phone regarding overdue tax bills or delinquencies, but almost always only after they’ve already sent a letter first.
UPDATE: Recently we have learned of instances where consumers are also getting automated calls regarding “unpaid taxes”. Do not respond to these calls as the IRS will typically send letters or notices via U.S. mail. So, if any company or organization calls claiming you have unpaid taxes, DO NOT respond to these unsolicited calls.

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1. Work From Home Tax Deductions | What To Write Off

Are you afraid of raising any red flags when you miss indicating the work from home tax deductions on your tax returns? When it comes to filing taxes, there must be no stones left unturned. Otherwise, this may raise suspicion. Here’s a guide on how you can calculate home office deduction and properly settle your dues without fear of an Internal Revenue Service audit… Click to read more

2. Filing Tax Extension | A Complete Guide

Filing tax extension is not uncommon. In some situations, it may be necessary to take this step if you cannot complete your tax return by the annual deadline, which usually falls on April 15th. It is possible to use a TurboTax extension service or an IRS e-file extension in some cases. But, before you take this step, there are a few things you need to know… Click to read more

3. How To File A Tax Extension Form

If there’s no way to make it to the tax deadline, then get a tax extension form. Generally, taxpayers can’t get more time than what’s allowed, but you can ask for an extension. So here are the three ways to file an extension to save time, confusion, and automatically move the deadline to six more months… Click to read more

Do You Qualify For IRS Back Tax Relief? Take The Quiz Now!
Do You Qualify For IRS Back Tax Relief? Take The Quiz Now!

4. Marriage Tax Penalty | How Does It Work?

Why is there a marriage tax penalty? To make the best decisions about how to avoid this or at least how to manage your finances more effectively, it pays to understand what marriage tax penalty is. It is also important to know how it works. You may choose to avoid marriage tax penalty by filing separately, but it is often not the answer for a number of reasons. Today, we’ll consider these issues and more… Click to read more

5. IRS Tax Forms | Things You Need to Prepare Before Filing

Filing the right IRS tax forms and providing a proof of eligibility to claim tax deductions or credits can legally reduce your financial obligations to Uncle Sam. Generally, you need certain information and documentation when filing your tax return to the IRS. Knowing what the necessary documents are, can ease the exhausting task of collecting them all and increase the chance of saving you money from all the deductions or credits you might qualify for. To speed up the preparation time, these items below will come in handy when filing your returns! Click to read more

What tax tips have you learned this week? Let us know in the comments below.