The IRS is phasing out the Electronic Filing PIN, because using your prior year AGI is a lot more secure. Here’s how to find and use your 2014 AGI.read more
The simple truth of being human is, everybody makes misteaks. And no matter how hard we try to check over our tax returns before we e-file, many times the odd oops creeps in. And you see IT.
And you’ve already e-filed. And it’s been accepted by the IRS. Dang.
Cheer up. If you find a mistake on your return after the fact, you can file an amended return. It’s basically an income tax do-over, courtesy of the Form 1040X.read more
You’ve just e-filed your return, sending your annual bundle of joy screaming through cyberspace toward the IRS. Then you get the news. Your return was rejected by the IRS because the PIN number you entered during filing wasn’t what it was supposed to be. Now what?
Not to worry. You have some options.read more
That’s right, April 18 is come and gone. Hope we didn’t scare you too badly with that. But in most cases, there’s no need to be scared at all. While it’s a little early to retreat to the hammock on your back lawn just yet, you’ll be there soon enough. And we can help clear up those post-tax-deadline blues.read more