The Internal Revenue Service reminded families today that some taxpayers who claim at least one child as their dependent on their tax return may not realize they could be eligible to benefit from the Child Tax Credit.
Internal Revenue Service is sending letters to over 9 million potentially eligible families who did not claim benefits. Opportunities to E-File will stay open until Nov. 17.
If you’re a Federal Pell Grant recipient, then there’s some great news for you!
Don’t forget that this year’s tax extension deadline is October 17. Make sure your taxes are in order before the deadline to avoid penalties.
The IRS has updated features on their “Where’s My Refund?” online resource. See what this means for you.
If you’re a homeowner, then it’s important to know if you qualify got a property tax/rent rebate.
I got married and found out my spouse owes back child support, student loans and owes the IRS – what do I do now?
I’m retired and over age 65 – what taxes do I owe? This is a complex question that varies depending on your income.
The IRS is slowly processing tax returns from 2021. Due to issues related to the pandemic and staffing limitations, the IRS is working through a large inventory of paper tax returns and correspondence.
From moving jobs to divorce, there are a lot of big life changes that can happen. How do they affect your taxes?