How do inmates file taxes?

Answer The IRS expects all citizens and resident aliens to file their returns and pay any tax owed on or before (or postmarked by) April 15th. Although incarceration can be considered a reasonable cause ... Read More »

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Can inmates file for social security benefits while incarcerated in texas?

Texas inmates may file for Social Security benefits at any time. If your period of incarceration is longer than a month, applying well before your release date will shorten the wait time to receiv... Read More »

Can You File State Income Taxes Before Federal Taxes?

Although you do not have to file your federal return first, many states' tax returns require information from your federal return. This means you will have to complete your federal return before yo... Read More »

When I file my taxes using e-file, how long does it take to get my refund?

After e-filing your state and federal taxes, you can expect to receive your refund within 30 days. Some states, individuals and companies can expect delays in receiving tax refunds. Those who provi... Read More »

Can you e-file federal&paper file state taxes?

Sure. You can e-file your federal taxes through either the Internal Revenue Service's e-file program or by using a software program, such as Turbo Tax. Then, you can simply prepare and postal mail ... Read More »