A Facebook friend posted today their daughter in law got a call from the IRS saying there was a warrant out for their arrest for tax evasion and police were on their way but they would take payment over the phone. Several other Mid Columbia residents replied that they'd gotten the SAME CALL!
The tax deadline is Tuesday and if that’s news to you, you’re probably either frantically running around your apartment trying to find every loose receipt you can or are Mitt Romney.
Chances are you’re also diving through your year’s worth of finances to see if there is anything left on your credit card statements or checking accounts that you can write off as a deduction...
So have you started working on your taxes yet? I found this to be some helpful advice from the really smart people at Trulia! Here are 9 real estate documents that will help you get some badly needed tax breaks!
Tax day is right around the corner — but that doesn’t mean we’ll all pay our fair share.
An IRS survey last year found the percentage of people who thought it was acceptable to cheat “as much as possible” on their returns doubled compared to 2010.
Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:
1913 – The United States introduces an income tax (More info)
1964 – Washington D.C. residents are able to vote in a presidential election for the first time (More info)
Procrastinators need not worry on April 15 as the IRS has extended the federal income tax filing deadline to Monday, April 18.
The initial announcement of the change came back in January when the Internal Revenue Service issued a statement saying the deadline would be delayed in observation of Emancipation Day, a holiday observed in the District of Columbia, which this year falls on Friday, April