If you fail to submit a tax return, the IRS may file a Substitute for Return (SFR). Find out how it’s calculated and what you should do next.
It never fails. As the tax deadline draws closer, the amount of bad tax advice being shared seems to multiply. Add in a pandemic and a plethora of new tax
The coronavirus pandemic has created many challenges for individuals and business owners. Not only have our daily routines been upended, but also our financial well-being. Millions have been furloughed or
Earlier this month, the IRS reopened its campuses and began the monumental task of processing nearly 11 million pieces of unopened mail, in addition to the 20 million notices that
Preparing your 2019 tax return never seems like an easy feat. It often feels easier to just put off your tax preparation. And sure, procrastination can keep a tax headache
By now, your taxes have hopefully been filed. You may have come out of 2018 without owing the IRS (or even getting a refund). However, there’s a big chance you
Tax Day 2019 has come and gone. The deadline for filing your taxes was this past Monday, April 15 (unless you are a resident of Maine or Massachusetts, in which