How are income taxes filed for someone who has died?

Answer According to the IRS, when a taxpayer dies, his surviving spouse, family member or estate executor can file a tax return for the decedent. If the deceased is entitled to a refund, the designated re... Read More »

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What if You Filed Your Taxes & Forgot Interest Income?

Filing a tax return is sometimes stressful and intimidating; typically you'll have a persistent fear that you've left something off and that the Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, might come looking... Read More »

How many Americans e-filed federal income taxes for 2007?

In 2007, approximately 22.3 million taxpayers filed their federal income taxes directly from their homes. An additional 55.7 million taxpayers had their returns electronically filed by authorized t... Read More »

Can taxes be filed twice?

Filing taxes twice within the same year is only done when you need an amendment to that year's return. Reason for this is a late W-2 or mistakes in the original return.Source:Internal Revenue Servi... Read More »

Will the IRS Take Taxes If I Owe Them & Filed?

The IRS has a long-standing reputation for taking immediate action to recover delinquent tax debts. Technological advancements have provided the IRS with the tools needed to quickly match those who... Read More »