Tax season is just around the corner. This year, the IRS will begin accepting paper and electronic tax returns on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. However, the final deadline for filing is not until Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
As a newlywed, you anticipate change, but you often don’t realize that your new marital status impacts tax return preparation, too. Before tax time approaches, it’s important to make several adjustments. From names changes to filing status and everything in between, this is what you need to know to get ready for tax season.
When you receive your tax refund this year, it may be tempting to go out and spend it. But, that’s not your only option. More financially prudent taxpayers choose to invest in their future. Here are six ways to smartly spend your refund.
As tax refund checks are beginning to be issued nationwide, the IRS recently warned everyone to be on high alert to avoid becoming the victim of an IRS phone scam. The warning was issued after a government agency recorded more than 5,000 victims of tax scams since October 2013.