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Need help registering your new business as an LLC, corporation, or partnership registration? Keep it simple – let us help! (Get More Info)

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Do you need an Individual Tax Identification Number(ITIN)? We are authorized by the IRS to assist you in obtaining one. We can help! (Get More Info)

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If you’re not a bookkeeper or accountant, spending time on this task is decreasing your profits! Our services can help your business grow! (Get More Info)

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KF Tax & Accounting, P.C.

1970 Rawhide Drive, Suite 204
Round Rock, Texas 78681

Tel:  512-244-1516
Fax: 512-244-1567

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Fast Answers as April 18 Deadline Nears

Posted by kftaxaccounting2014 on April 8, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comment

With the tax deadline fast approaching, the Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers that they can use IRS.gov to find fast answers to tax questions, use free online tools and find key tax forms and publications.   With millions of people just now seeking help to complete their taxes, the IRS expects high call volumes between now and the April 18 tax filing deadline. This makes IRS.gov even more invaluable to taxpayers seeking quick answers. Answers to the most common questions taxpayers have this time of year are on IRS.gov.

To help with the high demand, the IRS has extended its toll-free telephone hours on Saturday, April 8, and Saturday, April 15, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., caller’s local time.

Taxpayers wanting in-person help from the IRS need to make an appointment before visiting an IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center.   Some of the useful online tools that are just a click away on IRS.gov are:

Where’s My Refund? –This tool’s tracker displays progress through three stages: Return Received, Refund Approved and Refund Sent. Once the IRS approves the refund, taxpayers can see their expected refund date.

Get Transcript – Taxpayers can view their tax transcript, a tax return summary, online or order it by mail. Non-tax reasons for transcripts include income verification for student or mortgage loans.

Free File – Free, brand-name tax preparation software is available through the IRS Free File program for anyone earning less than $64,000. Taxpayers earning more can use Free File Fillable Forms. Everyone can use Free File to file for an extension, Form 4868, if they can’t meet the April 18 deadline.

VITA/TCE – Free, in-person volunteer help is close by through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program or Tax Counseling for the Elderly.

Finding your Adjusted Gross Income – Taxpayers who changed the tax software product they use to prepare and file their taxes may be required to enter the adjusted gross income from their 2015 tax return for identity verification. IRS cannot provide AGI by phone but taxpayers can get the AGI from their copy of last year’s tax return or by ordering a transcript.

ITIN Renewal – Taxpayers may need to renew expired Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers before they can file a tax return. There are new rules this year.

Appointment Service – Studies conducted by the IRS show that most taxpayers visit a TAC to make payments, inquire about a notice, ask about a refund, get a transcript or obtain a tax form. Any of these issues can be handled by visiting IRS.gov, eliminating the need to travel to an IRS office. Taxpayer Assistance Centers now provide service by appointment. Taxpayers must first call to make an appointment before visiting a TAC for help with their taxes.

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Tax Accountant specialized in Tax Accounting, IRS Representation & Resolution of Complex Tax Matters, Individual and Corporate Tax planning, and Tax Advisory Services.

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