Posts Tagged with: Deadline

With less than one week until the filing deadline, taxpayers across the country are scrambling to finish up their 2009 tax returns.  Here are a few tips to help you avoid tax-time stress! If...

When the IRS delays the filing start date, spending is delayed. Due to the 15-day government shutdown in October, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is delaying the 2014 tax filing season start date until January 31. 

The deadline is just weeks away for Americans to get health insurance and avoid the tax penalty. By March 31, 2014, every American must have health insurance unless they qualify for an exemption (see below) or face the penalty. 
Remember back on April 15, when you asked the IRS for that six-month extension to file your tax return? Well, the IRS tax filing deadline for 2014 is almost here. You must file your 2013 tax return by October 15. If you haven’t already filed, now is a good time to start pulling together the paperwork you will need.
Hi, my name is (enter your name here), and I have yet to file my taxes. Time is winding down, and the April 15 deadline for getting in those returns is right around the corner.
No, that’s not the latest lottery jackpot. Over 12 million taxpayers filed for an extension this year (according to the IRS).
Yep… it’s that time of year again! Don’t be fooled by the winter weather. Spring is quickly approaching, and Daylight Saving Time is this weekend – starting March 9 at 2 a.m.
2014 was supposed to be different for you. Winter is almost over (hopefully), and it looks as though your New Year’s resolution of being on time has gone out of the window. You’re racing towards the April 15 deadline for filing your taxes, and now you just don’t know what to do! 
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The countdown is on. In exactly two weeks, the tax deadline will be here. So, if you’ve been too busy following the basketball championships to find time to file your taxes by April 15, your answer may be yes to filing an extension this year.
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There’s been some confusion over what happens if you don’t file your taxes by April 15th. Although the IRS doesn’t come knocking on your door, they do expect for every taxpayer to file their taxes on time.