You have until December 31 to adopt a new 401(k), profit-sharing or other qualified plan for 2014. You can set up a SEP as late as the due date for your 2014 tax return. You can set up and make regular contributions to an IRA as late as April 15, 2015. Plan sponsors Set…Details
Congress finished passing legislation that extended, for one year, virtually all of the provisions that had expired at the end of 2013. The bill HR 5771 will become law once the President signs it. Here is a list of some of the provisions that are now applicable for Tax Year 2014 returns: $250 Educator Expense…Details
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The IRS announced the following shutdown schedule:
1040 MeF Production Shutdown/Cutover Schedule Shutdown begins on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 11:59 a.m. in order to prepare the system for the upcoming 2015 Filing Season.
Business MeF Production Shutdown/Cutover Schedule
Shutdown is tentatively scheduled to begin on Friday, December 26, 2014 at 12:01 p.m.
If you are a low-to-moderate income worker, you can take steps now to save two ways for the same amount. With the saver’s credit you can save for your retirement and save on your taxes with a special tax credit. Here are six tips you should know about this credit: 1. Save for retirement. The formal…Details
Renew your PTIN in 3 easy steps: 1. Access Your Account If you already have an online PTIN account, login now. 2. Renew Your PTIN Complete the online renewal application. You must verify your personal information and answer a few new questions.View a checklist of what you need before you get started. 3. Pay Your Fee Pay the…Details
If you are one of the nearly 13 million taxpayers who asked for more time to file your federal tax return this year, the extra time is about to expire. If you haven’t yet filed, here are some things that you should know: Know the deadline. Oct. 15 is the last day to file for…Details
“Making this decision in a timely manner will allow the IRS to implement Congress’s decision without unnecessary disruptions and delays to the upcoming 2015 tax filing season, and it will provide certainty for millions of taxpayers who are affected by the expired provisions,” Koskinen wrote Monday to the leaders of the Senate Finance Committee and…Details
New IRS Publication Helps You Find out if You Qualify for a Health Coverage Exemption Taxpayers who might qualify for an exemption from having qualifying health coverage and making a payment should review a new IRS publication for information about these exemptions. Publication 5172, Health Coverage Exemptions, which includes information about how you get an…Details
Leaves No Doubt About Your Increased Reporting Responsibilities If you had any doubts about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on your upcoming tax season, the IRS has laid that to rest with the release of EIGHT draft forms for Obamacare compliance. The release includes the following: Form 1094-B, the draft form for…Details