IRS 2021 Filing Season FAQs Now Available

The Internal Revenue Service has posted a new flock of frequently asked questions (FAQs), all aimed at answering taxpayer questions about the 2021 Child Tax Credit.

IRS Highlights Expansion of Childless EITC

The gates have been opened just a little bit wider so more taxpayers who don’t have children can take advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

Avoid Tax Season Phone Scams

We’ve only had one week of filing season, and scammers are already trying to make life miserable for everyone else.

IRS Issues EIP3 Reminder

The Internal Revenue Service says it has sent out all the third-round Economic Impact Payments (EIPs), but the agency is quick to add that taxpayers who missed out on the EIP still have one more chance to claim their money.

Top 5 things to remember when filing income tax returns in 2022

With filing season beginning January 24, the Internal Revenue Service reminded taxpayers about several key items to keep in mind when filing their federal income tax returns this year.

Taxpayer Advocate Highlights 2021 Delays for Processing and Refunds

“The most challenging year taxpayers and tax professionals have ever experienced."

FAQs Updated on Unemployment Compensation, Recovery Rebate Credit

The Internal Revenue Service is updating its Frequently Asked Questions to reflect changes on two fronts important to a lot of taxpayers.

Reasons Some Non-Filers Should File This Year

With tax time’s arrival, those Americans who don’t normally have to file an income tax return usually think their circumstances mean they have no benefit to filing a return.