The deadline for filing your taxes is fast approaching — this year, The deadline is April 17, 2018.
We all know, that Life can be busy!!! Maybe your taxes are particularly complicated this year, or maybe you just don’t have the time to sit down and sift through the paperwork.
So, what happens if you don’t file your tax return on time?
If you’re getting a refund on your taxes this year, you don’t need to panic — you have until April 17, 2021 to claim your refund (or until October 17, 2021 if you filed an extension by the April 17 deadline).
Do you have all your
required Tax Filing Documents?
* Form W2
* Form 1099 - MISC (If
you are a Contractor or Independent Employee)
* Form 1099 - G (To
show Payment received from Government Agencies, Unemployment Benefits, Alimony,
* Form 1095 - To show
that you are enrolled in a Qualified Health Plan, which will allow you to get
your Premium Tax Credit).
* Form 1098 - To show
Payment Received from Interest (Interest Income).
* Profit & Loss
Financial Statements (If you are a Business Entity or Corporation)
IRS Begins Accepting Tax Returns Today - Monday, January 29th 2018.
IRS begins accepting Tax Returns Today, Monday, January 29th 2018.
Highlights to Note:
- Even Though the New US Tax Law is in effect, Changes do not apply to 2017 Tax Returns.
- Tax Payers can start submitting their Returns to the IRS as From Today.
- You may be able to file for Free; The Sooner, you start Filing, the Better, as this is a precaution to Tax Fraud.
- The Deadline for this Year's Tax Filing Returns is Tuesday, April 17th 2018.
With this New Act, Employers and Small Businesses have January 31 Filing Deadline to submit Forms W-2 and W-3 to the Social Security Administration (Whether you file using Paper Forms or electronically).