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We have recently become aware of companies and/or organizations who are calling people using the generic name "Tax Relief Center" for their phone solicitation activities. TaxReliefCenter.org does not make these automated calls to consumers and it is our policy not to engage in this form of marketing.If you have received such a call, please let us know by emailing [email protected] so that we may report this unauthorized activity.
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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2. How To Estimate Taxes This Year

People with “traditional” employment have their companies withhold taxes from their paychecks and send it to the IRS. Small business owners keep up with the “pay-as-you-go” IRS system by making estimated tax payments.So, how can individual taxpayers estimate their taxes? People should also know they can take advantage of a free tax calculator online. Whether you have an employer or are self-employed, you must know how to estimate taxes this year (especially with the change in tax laws). Here’s how to do that… Click to read more

3. IRS Form 8283 [Report Noncash Charitable Contributions]

IRS Form 8283 [Report Noncash Charitable Contributions]
You use the IRS Form 8283 when you need to report non-cash charitable contributions. It is not for expenses you incur in doing volunteer work, nor for any amount you donated by credit card or by check. If your non-cash gift is worth over $500, you must complete this form. The “amount of deduction” is the deduction before you apply income limits that may result in a carryover. Individuals, corporations, and partnerships use IRS Form 8283. If you are a C Corporation, you may only use this form if the amount you are claiming has a deduction of more than $5,000… Click to read more

4. IRS Form 8962 [Calculate Premium Tax Credit]

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Do You Qualify For IRS Back Tax Relief? Take The Quiz Now!
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5. 9 US Tax Forms and Their Purpose

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires different US tax forms for various tax-related transactions with the federal government. There’s a lot of US tax forms available, and it is probably difficult for a taxpayer to figure out those that are highly relevant and necessary for him or her. Below are just some of the IRS tax forms taxpayers accomplish and submit the most… Click to read more

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