The child tax credit and other tax breaks mean more middle-class earners are paying no federal tax at all. Is that right?
You can call, but the IRS would rather you checked online.
Taxpayers in West Virginia, Rhode Island and Massachusetts have until May 11 to file federal returns.
IRS will accept 'pennies on the dollar' only if you meet certain criteria. But companies will take your money even when you don't.
IRS charges 5% a month for failure to file unless you get an extension.
More people who lost jobs applied for benefits. If you overpaid, you can get that money back.
Liability protection? Doubtful, and you'll get to spend more on your lawyer and accountant.
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