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Monthly Archives: | January, 2012

What to Do If You Are Missing a W-2

Jan

31,2012

Issue Number:    IRS Tax Tip 2012-20 Inside This Issue What to Do If You Are Missing a W-2  Make sure you have all the needed documents, including all your Forms W-2, before you file your 2011 tax return. You should receive an IRS Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, from each

Tax Tips for the Self-employed

Jan

25,2012

Issue Number:    IRS Tax Tip 2012-16 Inside This Issue Tax Tips for the Self-employed  There are many benefits that come from being your own boss. If you work for yourself, as an independent contractor, or you carry on a trade or business as a sole proprietor, you are generally considered to

Eight Facts to Help Determine Your Correct Filing Status

Jan

16,2012

Issue Number:    IRS TAX TIP 2012-09 Inside This Issue Eight Facts to Help Determine Your Correct Filing Status  Determining your filing status is one of the first steps to filing your federal income tax return. There are five filing statuses: Single, Married Filing Jointly, Married Filing Separately, Head of Household and

Don’t be Scammed by Cyber Criminals

Jan

12,2012

Issue Number:    IRS TAX TIP 2012-08 Inside This Issue Don’t be Scammed by Cyber Criminals The Internal Revenue Service receives thousands of reports each year from taxpayers who receive suspicious emails, phone calls, faxes or notices claiming to be from the IRS. Many of these scams fraudulently use the IRS name

Make it Easy on Yourself: Choose the Simplest Tax Form

Jan

5,2012

Issue Number:    IRS Tax Tip 2012-03 Inside This Issue Make it Easy on Yourself: Choose the Simplest Tax Form   If you’re among the taxpayers who still file a paper return, the IRS reminds you that it no longer mails paper tax packages, a step the agency took after continued growth in

Do I Need to File a Tax Return This Year?

Jan

5,2012

Issue Number:    IRS TAX TIP 2012-02 Inside This Issue Do I Need to File a Tax Return This Year?  You are required to file a federal income tax return if your income is above a certain level, which varies depending on your filing status, age and the type of income you