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- Sign Your Tax ReturnWhen you sign your tax return, you’re declaring that under penalty of perjury that you have examined it and you believe that it is true. So – should you look at your tax return before you sign it? Yes, yes you should! #TaxTwitter https://t.co/UvlvNSeN3g When you sign your tax return, you're declaring that under penalty… Continue reading Sign Your Tax Return
- ONLINE SERVICES OFFERED BY THE IRSTaxpayers can visit IRS.gov from the safety of their home for answers to tax questions As people get ready to file their 2020 tax return, the IRS reminds taxpayers they can find answers to their tax questions from the safety of their home using IRS online tools and resources. These IRS.gov tools are easy to use and available… Continue reading ONLINE SERVICES OFFERED BY THE IRS
- 2021 IS HERE!! Check your Tax WithholdingTaxpayers can start the new tax year off right by checking their withholding A new year means a fresh start. One way people can get the new tax year off to a good start is by checking their federal income tax withholding. They can do this using the Tax Withholding Estimator on IRS.gov. This online tool helps… Continue reading 2021 IS HERE!! Check your Tax Withholding
- KY UNEMPLOYMENT- DEBIT CARD HOLDERSATTENTION: Bank of America will no longer load unemployment funds on benefit debit cards after January 31, 2021. Read the message here: https://t.co/zo3wdIV4IU pic.twitter.com/ewBNJT2EVH — KY Career Center (@KYCareerCenter) December 31, 2020
- Missing a stimulus payment? Look into the Recovery Rebate on your 2020 tax return.If you didn’t receive either the first or second round of Economic Impact Payments, you may be able to claim the #IRS Recovery Rebate Credit in 2021. Consider using e-file to get your money as quickly as possible: https://t.co/dwDsBkf1Xr #COVIDreliefIRS pic.twitter.com/MoVdfTnFlc — IRSnews (@IRSnews) January 18, 2021
- Tax Exempt Status?? Check out what you can do online now for the first time.
- Taxes & Unemployment – 1099’s are on the wayIf you received unemployment benefits, you will need to file taxes with the Internal Revenue Service. 1099-G documents for the year 2020 are in the process of being mailed out to over 600,000 claimants & the document will be added to the UI account summary by the end of the month pic.twitter.com/8f7YmKhzhI — KY Career… Continue reading Taxes & Unemployment – 1099’s are on the way
- Got Your W2’s?GBC Tax Pros
- 2020 Corporate Tax Report, how Covid 19 has changed the technology landscape.
- Miss an EIP payment from the IRS in 2020? There may still be an opportunity to claim.