Tax Filing

Tax Issues When Married to a Foreign Spouse?

Are you married to a foreign spouse? A non-resident of the USA?

A foreign spouse or as the IRS puts it, a nonresident alien, what is that, you may wonder?  In this day and age, with businesses going global and worldwide travel being so easy, it is more and more common to see marriages take place between a U.S. citizen/non-U.S. citizen who is a resident of another country. These marriages trigger significant tax consequences.

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Last Minute Tax Tips, Last Minute Tax Payments

Last Minute Tax Tips and Last Minute Tax Payments

Are you are up against the April 18, 2017 deadline and still need some information to complete your tax return, here are some last minute tax tips. Keep in mind these tips will help you also address last minute tax payments.

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Tax Filing Due Date 2017 is Fast Approaching

Tax Filing Due Date is Right Around the Corner

The due date to file taxes is April 18th for Federal and Massachusetts tax filing. In fact, most states are posting April 18th as the tax filing due date. Just a reminder if you still have to file your 2016 tax return, April 18, 2017 is the due date. This tax filing deadline is so you can file your return or pay any taxes you owe. For those who are not done with your tax preparation, we suggest you file for the automatic six-month extension. Also, you can pay the tax you estimate to be due. The due date is normally April 15, but the 15th falls on a weekend and the next business day, April 17, is Emancipation Day, a legal holiday in Washington D.C., so the due date in 2017 is April 18.

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Checking Refunds Are Fast, Easy When Using Direct Deposit

Checking refunds are Fast and Easy. Direct Deposit is even Faster

Checking refunds are fast and easy when you use direct deposit. Did you file your 2016 federal return? Are you due a refund? You can check the status of your refund online.

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Do I Have to File a Tax Return?

When must I file a tax return by?

Do I have to file a tax return? This is a question many taxpayers ask during this time of year – tax time. The question is far more obsure than people believe. To fully understand, we need to consider that there are times when individuals are REQUIRED to file a tax return, and then there are times when it is to individuals’ BENEFIT to file a return (even if they are not “required” to file).

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Employment Lawsuit Won?

So you won an employment lawsuit. What does that mean for your tax return come April? How do the tax laws relate to the tax on money settlements and damage awards? Employment legal actions are complex and can sometimes seem unfair. The following factors help to determine the actual taxation of the award:

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No Tax Return Filed? Oh Oh!

You did not file your tax return you say? No tax return filed in years? You are not alone. There are millions of individuals who do not file a tax return each year. Many of them don’t simply because their income is below the filing threshold levels for the year based upon their filing status.

Still others simply procrastinate. They risk giving up their refunds and credits. These credits include earned income tax credits, child tax credits, tuition credits and excess withholding. Mind you, these credits and refunds belong to them.

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