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Need more time to prepare your federal tax return? This page provides information on how to apply for an extension of time to file. Please be aware that:
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13April
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Below are the 2022 US tax deadlines for the 2021 tax year. January 18, 2022 Deadline for Individuals to pay Quarter 4 of their 2021 Estimated Income Tax payment. If you have income that does not have US Federal tax withholding or the income cannot be offset using deductions or foreign tax credits, pay your estimated taxes by this date using Form 1040-ES. March 6, 2022
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The April 18 tax deadline is quickly approaching. If you haven’t filed your taxes yet and are starting to feel the pressure, you’re not alone. According to a recent IPX 1031 survey, one-third of Americans say they wait until the last minute to file their taxes. But if tax season snuck up on you this year, there’s no need to panic — you can always request a tax extension.  
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6October
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Oct. 15 deadline approaches for taxpayers who requested extensions to file 2020 tax returns WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminds taxpayers about the upcoming October 15 due date to file 2020 tax returns. People who asked for an extension should file on or before the extension deadline to avoid the penalty for filing late. Electronic filing options, such as IRS Free File, are still available.
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30September
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The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a Federal tax credit available to employers for hiring individuals from certain targeted groups who have consistently faced significant barriers to employment. WOTC joins other workforce programs that incentivize workplace diversity and facilitate access to good jobs for American workers.
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24September
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WASHINGTON — September is National Preparedness Month. With the height of hurricane season fast approaching and the ongoing threat of wildfires in some parts of the country, the Internal Revenue Service reminds everyone to develop an emergency preparedness plan. All taxpayers, from individuals to organizations and businesses, should take time now to create or update their emergency plans.
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17September
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On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed into law H.R. 1319 – the American Rescue Plan Act (the "Act"), which provides approximately $1.9 trillion in further support and stimulus to individuals, businesses and other organizations, as well as state and local governments affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are selected highlights that may be relevant for employers. The Act contains many different funding and support programs beyond what is described below.
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9September
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Victims of Hurricane Ida in parts of New York and New Jersey now have until early January to file various federal individual and business returns and make tax payments. The relief, comparable to that provided last week to Ida victims in Louisiana, is for any area designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as qualifying for individual or public assistance.
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Here are four tactics that could help you get your tax bills under control. Taxes are complicated, but if you get behind on paying them, things can get even more complicated — and quickly. If you owe back taxes, here are four common options that could help you find some tax relief, plus guidance on how many years can you file back taxes and how to file back taxes. 1. IRS payment plans If you need more time to pay your tax bill, the IRS will probably give it to you in the form of a payment plan.
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  Tax credits are the gold nuggets of the tax world. Qualifying for one feels better than finding $100 in your pants pocket. Here’s a brief look at how some of the most common ones work — maybe you’ll find some cash here, too. Here are a few common ones for people raising kids, saving for retirement, paying for college or just buying stuff.
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