If your wage statement gets waylaid, here's a substitute the IRS will accept.
Be aware that many of these crucial financial documents are now delivered electronically.
While fewer than 1 percent of all tax returns are audited, there's no guarantee you won't appear on the IRS' radar. But there are ways to reduce the risk.
Need help filing your return? Make sure you get an expert who's perfect for your situation.
Budget cuts mean taxpayers who need help will spend more time waiting on the phone.
Reduced funding harms ordinary taxpayers and makes the agency less effective.
It pays to listen to the tax pros if you want a smooth and painless filing.
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