Interactive Tool on IRS.gov Helps Taxpayers Get Answers to Their Tax Questions

The following article was published by the IRS. Tax questions can pop up any time of the year. When people need answers, they should start with Interactive Tax Assistant on IRS.gov. It’s a tool that provides answers to a many tax law questions. The taxpayer enters answers to a series of questions and the tool gives them a [...]

Some Taxpayers May Need to Amend Their Tax Return

Taxpayers who discover an error after filing may need to amend their tax return. Taxpayers should file an amended return if there's a change in filing status, income, deductions or credits. The IRS may correct mathematical or clerical errors on a return. They also may accept returns without certain required forms or schedules. In these instances, [...]

Taxpayers Must Report Health Care Coverage on 2018 Tax Return

The following article was published by the IRS. As taxpayers are completing their 2018 tax returns this year, they must complete the lines related to health care. For tax year 2018, the IRS will not consider a return complete and accurate if individuals do not do one of the following on their return: Report full-year health [...]

Here’s How the New Tax Law Revised Family Tax Credits

The following article was published by the IRS. More families will be able to get more money under the newly-revised Child Tax Credit, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), the tax reform legislation passed in December 2017, doubled the maximum Child Tax Credit, boosted income limits to be able [...]

Retirees Can Visit IRS.gov for Helpful Tools and Resources

The following article was published by the IRS. Retirement can affect someone’s tax situation. Anyone who has retired recently — or who plans to retire soon — can visit IRS.gov for information that can help them prepare for filing their taxes next year. Here are some tools and resources for retirees, all available on IRS.gov: Individual [...]