Tax Filing

Filing Past Due Tax Returns

Filing Past Due Tax Returns

Did you forget to file your 2018 tax return by April 15, 2019? Have you not filed tax returns for several years? If the answer is yes to either, here’s some information to help you catch up with your filing requirements. It’s important to file past due tax returns before the IRS does it for you.

Now, only ITINS may request EINS: IRS

Now, only ITINS may request EINS: IRS

In case you didn’t know, since May 13 only individuals with tax identification numbers may request an Employer Identification Number (EIN) as the “responsible party” on the application. The change will prohibit entities from using their own EINs to obtain additional EINs. The requirement will apply to both the paper Form SS-4, Application for Employer Identification Number (PDF), and online EIN application.

Many tax-exempt organizations have until May 15 to file information returns; IRS warns against including personal data

Many tax-exempt organizations have until May 15 to file information returns; IRS warns against including personal data

 The Internal Revenue Service reminded certain tax-exempt organizations that Wednesday, May 15, 2019, is the filing deadline for Form 990-series information returns. These types of information returns are normally due on the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of an organization’s accounting period. For organizations operating on a calendar year, the deadline is May 15, 2019. 

How To File For An Extension If You're Not Ready For Tax Day

How To File For An Extension If You're Not Ready For Tax Day

It just takes a few minutes, there are no special hoops to jump through, and there's no fee payable to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). And contrary to popular belief - and what some are suggesting this time of year - filing for an extension isn't an audit trigger.