What is the earliest date that taxes can be filed?

Answer According to the Internal Revenue Service, the earliest that federal income taxes for the 2009 tax year can be filed is January 15, Filing Calendar

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What date do taxes need to be filed?

The Internal Revenue Service begins accepting tax returns in early January the year following the tax year for which the return is being completed. Returns must be received no later than April 15 t... Read More »

What is the earliest date a person can e-file their income taxes?

The earliest date to e-file income taxes is in mid-January. The date varies from year to year but generally falls on the second Friday or Monday of the month. For 2009 the first day to efile is Jan... Read More »

What is the soonest date taxes for 2010 can be filed electronically?

When is the earliest I can file my taxes?

According to the IRS website, the earliest you can file is Jan. 15. However, you may not be able to file that early if you have not received all of your income documentation, such as W-2 and 1099 f... Read More »