March 2020 Archives

Are you risking an IRS audit as you fill out your tax return?

The deadline for filing your 2019 federal income tax return will be here before you know it. Even though you may know the IRS is not auditing as many people as it used to, you still fear getting a notice in the mail that the agency wants to take a closer look at your documentation and thinks you owe more money than you do.

Tax deadline pushed back this year

This time of year, taxes are on just about everyone's mind, as the deadline to file is fast approaching. On March 12, however, it was announced that the April 15 deadline for this year's tax season will be pushed back. The new deadline has yet to be announced, but this may help those in Connecticut and elsewhere who may struggle to meet their tax obligations this year due to the current state of the economy.

Be careful whom you trust to help you with your tax filing

Numerous Connecticut residents have already filed their taxes for the year, and others are still working on it. Many people do not like to do their tax filings alone, so they turn to so-called professionals to do it for them. Unfortunately, some may find that doing so is a mistake. There are legitimate tax services out there, but there are also many that are not.

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