Tax guide

Where did the 1040EZ go?

The shorter filing forms, 1040EZ and 1040A, are no longer used by the IRS, effective January 1, 2019. They have been replaced by the new Form 1040.

The IRS and Treasury Department attempted to simplify the basic Form 1040 document from a few pages to a “building blocks” system; the Form 1040 is now a single primary page with six new schedules to be completed and attached to your Form 1040 as needed. With the new system in place, the shorter Forms 1040EZ and 1040A became unnecessary.

The filing process with 1040.com is no different than before; you’ll walk through an easy interview-style process, with the opportunity to review Form 1040 and applicable forms, schedules, and worksheets before e-filing your tax return to the IRS. Choose direct deposit and you’ll receive your fastest possible tax refund.

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Help Before You File

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Help Before You File

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How e-File Protects your Tax Refund

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Make Personal Finances Part of Your Online Routine

With the advent of online banking, it ought to be easier than ever to monitor the status of our personal finances. No surprises, right? According to a recent survey by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, that's not the case for a significant number of taxpayers. The survey, conducted by Harris Interactive for the AICPA, found that more than half of the young adults (18 - 34 years old) they checked their social media accounts at least once a day (7.5 times was the average). The downside? Only 17 percent of them checked their bank accounts daily.

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What Do Clean Water and Online Taxes Have in Common?

Both 1040.com and Healing Waters International take the basics to the next level. Check out our video to see how.

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Calculate Your Health Care Costs

Use our handy online calculators to see what your costs will be - and what your costs will be for health insurance - and what your penalty might be if you don't have it.

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