How to File Your 2019 Taxes

One word to describe the 2020 tax season would be unpredictable.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, taxpayers were allowed extra time to file their 2019 tax returns. This meant more time to spend with your loved ones during this time and a less stressful tax season with an extra month to file.

Luckily, the IRS gave taxpayers tax relief for filing and payments. With tax day already gone, you have until October to e-file.

Continue to keep reading on how to file your 2019 taxes.

Important dates to remember

  1. July 15, 2020:
    The last day to file and pay your 2019 taxes without accumulating tax penalties.
    It is also the last day to file for a tax extension.
    The final day to postmark your 2016 tax refund.
  2. October 15, 2020:
    The last day to file extensions and to electronically file your tax return to the IRS.

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The IRS Announces that July 15, 2020 is the New Tax Deadline!

As a part of the Coronavirus tax relief, the IRS has extended the tax filing and payment deadline.

In order to aid taxpayers, the tax filing deadline was extended. The IRS has stated that they are working with the Treasury and with Congress to help individuals during this time.

Many taxpayers will wonder if this new tax deadline has any limitations based on your tax situation.

Does this deadline apply to everyone?

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Don’t Be Fooled By These IRS Scams

IRS scams 2019

With the upcoming tax season, here are the tax changes for the 2020 tax season.

Scammers are targetting countless innocent taxpayers claiming to be the IRS.

First, these scammers attempt to impersonate IRS agents or organizations affiliated with the IRS, debt collectors, other government employees, and even the police. Once they get a hold of your personal information, they move onto another victim.

Here’s how to spot a fraudulent phone call and how to report it to the real IRS.

How they reach out to you

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