Top 10 IRS Frequently Asked Questions
I admit that sometimes I get bored and begin searching Google just to see if someone else has asked same the question. As I began thinking, I wondered what are the top questions that individual taxpayers have for the IRS or a tax preparer? After I googled the question, up popped the answers or questions that they get frequency asked on their website at http://www.irs.gov//Help-&-Resources/Tools-&-FAQs/FAQs-for-Individuals/Frequently-Asked-Tax-Questions-&-Answers. I have found that the majority of the time, someone has asked the same or a similar quesiton when it comes to Google.I can totally relate to these questions because at one time or another, I have had taxpayers ask me similar questions.
According to the IRS website, the questions below are the frequently asked questions the IRS indicated they answer.
What are the tax changes that took effect this year?
What is the age limit on a child depended?
How much is an unmarried dependent student allowed to make before he or she has to file an income tax return?
If I am claiming my daughter as a depended as a full-time college student, can she claim herself as dependent?
Can I receive a refund if I am currently making payments for a prior tax year under an installment agreement or payment plan?
For head of household filing status, do you have to claim a child as a dependent to qualify?
What should I do if I make a mistake on the federal tax return after it has already been filed?
What is a split refund
How do I know when I need to file quarterly individual estimated tax payments?
Do I have to pay taxes on my social security benefits that I started receiving after I retired?
Everyone has a tax question at time or another? Have you ever ask one of the questions listed above?
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