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It depends. You'll have to compare numbers from your 2018 and 2019 returns…but we have a tool that makes this much easier.
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Thanks to the coronavirus, there's a new deadline for filing your 2019 federal income tax return.
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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act creates tax credits to help employers required to provide sick and family leave benefits and self-employed people who can't work because of the coronavirus.
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The IRS has pushed back the April 15 tax return filing and tax payment deadline to help Americans struggling with the coronavirus crisis.
Save your tax documents at least until the time limit for an audit runs out—and hold on to some records even longer.
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Don't panic! Keys to success include being well prepared, establishing credibility right from the start, and keeping your wits about you.
Anyone with a high-deductible health plan that covers medical expenses related to COVID-19 before plan deductibles have been met can still contribute to a health savings account.
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Victims of the recent tornadoes in and around Nashville will have until July 15 to file tax returns and make tax payments.
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Thanks to the SECURE Act, RMDs aren't required until you turn age 72.
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Know the tax deadlines that apply to you, so you won't be hit with IRS penalties or miss out on a valuable tax break.
If you're an early bird when it comes to filing your taxes, start gathering your receipts now. The IRS will begin processing 2019 tax returns soon.
If you're age 70½ or older, take your RMD now to avoid a big penalty.
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'Tis the season for giving. So why not take advantage of the annual gift tax exclusion before ringing in the new year.
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After winning the "Jeopardy!" Tournament of Champions, James Holzhauer will owe the IRS and California even more on April 15.
Beat the rush and avoid refund delays by renewing your ITIN before the end of the year.
You can still save more for retirement if you haven't reached the 2019 contribution limit yet.
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