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What is the IRS?

IRS stands for Internal Revenue Service, which is the bureau of the Department of the Treasury that enforces income tax laws, collects federal income tax, and processes filed tax returns every year. The IRS is headed by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, who is appointed by the President of the United States and serves a 5-year term.

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How do I report my gambling earnings? - Tax Guide

When you file your taxes, you'll report your gambling winnings as "Other Income."

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IRS Tax Calendar - Federal Tax Guide

Check our tax calendar to see exactly when your taxes are due.

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Keeping You Safe with e-File

E-filing is the safest way to handle your taxes. Here's why.

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Help Before You File

Some common mistakes on income tax returns - and how to avoid them.

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4 Things to Know About Online Banking

Heard the online banking buzz? Though traditional banks have their strengths, let's see what this online bank trend has to offer.

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Help Before You File

Confused about e-filing your taxes? Speed up your return filing with these tax tips.

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How e-File Protects your Tax Refund

Filing your taxes online is actually the safest way to handle your tax return, according to the IRS. Here's why!

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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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Why Should I Pay to File My Own Taxes? 6 Reasons It's Worth It

Read on for our six biggest reasons why $25 is a steal for the 1040.com experience.

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