What Taxpayers Need to Know about Making 2022 Estimated Tax Payments

This article was published by the IRS. By law, everyone must pay tax as they earn income. Generally taxpayers must pay at least 90 percent of their taxes throughout the year through withholding, estimated or additional tax payments or a combination of the two. If they don't, they may owe an estimated tax penalty when they [...]

IRS Authenticated Collection Voice Bot

The IRS began using English and Spanish voice bots on some of its toll-free help lines in January 2022. Since then, IRS is continuing to add voice bots to additional toll-free lines while also expanding what these voice bots can do to help taxpayers. The newest feature available for those who are eligible is to use [...]

Direct Deposit for Your Tax Refund

The best and fastest way to get your tax refund is to have it electronically deposited into your financial account. You can deposit your refund to one, two, or even three bank accounts. You can even have it put into your IRA or buy U.S. savings bonds. Just remember to correctly enter your routing and account [...]

Day Camp and Other Child Care Expenses

When school's out on break, what do you do with your children? If you send them to a day camp, the money you pay may qualify for a tax credit when you file your taxes. This means you might get some money back. That's because day camp expenses can be used to claim the child and [...]

Looking Ahead: How the American Rescue Plan Affects 2021 Taxes, Part 2

This article was published by the IRS. This is the second of two tax tips providing an overview of ways the American Rescue Plan may affect some people's 2021 taxes. Part 1 is available here. Changes expanding EITC for 2021 and beyond New law changes expand the EITC for 2021 and future years. These changes include: [...]

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