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            Tax Refunds

            Tax refunds refer to the amount returned to the taxpayer after the taxing authority determines that the actual tax paid is greater than the tax liability. Taxpayers can usually avail of the refund at the end of every financial year.

            Asked by Jude Beatty in Tax Refunds, United States of America

            When will I receive my stimulus check?

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            On March 30, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that the payments will start going out in the next three weeks. If the IRS has your direct deposit information on file (as it does for roughly half the stimulus recipients), that time frame is likely accurate. Paper checks, however, will take longer. The IRS has a lot more information about how to make sure you get your payment in a timely manner here. Some precedents for reference: Under a new tax cut in 2001, the IRS took six weeks to start sending out rebate checks, and after a 2008 stimulus package was signed into law, checks weren’t sent out for three months.
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            Do people on SSI get a Stimulus check?

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            Starting Thursday, millions of grandparents and retirees will see a $250 raise to their usual Social Security funds. The months long wait for stimulus payments for seniors, as part of the stimulus bill passed February, is now over, CNN reports. Nearly 55 million seniors and retirees will receive the $250 one-time payment between now and June 4, 2009. Most of the checks have been sent out this week. (May 11, 2009). Payment will either be received as a separate check, in addition to Social Security payments, or appear in accounts as a direct deposit.
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Personal Finance, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            How long does it take to get a tax refund if you efile?

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            Between 8-15 days if you select direct deposit into a bank account or about 4 weeks if you choose to receive an IRS check. It will be faster if you select a bank product from a tax service firm, however these tend to be extremely expensive and you will have to have decent credit to qualify. You can also get advances on your refund but will have to pay fees.
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Owe federal tax 10000 what doi owe with reductions?

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            There was a mistake on my last years return. The IRS says we owe $3600+. We are living on my husband's disability social security and have a son in college. I am still unemployed after being laid off over three years ago. Is there any way to get this reduce? Your obviously confused (saying you owe 10K and then saying its a third of that, with even with any penalty and interest is not going to be near 10K). The absolute first thing is to see if you understand why they say you owe any money at all. They may be wrong (for any number of reasons) including just how the return was prepared or their own system. Then especially if it turns out you made a mistake you can see (adding 2+2 =3 for example) and you didn't have the return done by someone else who can explain and respond for you, to appreciate that you may be dealing in an arena that you aren't equipped to, and get some help. Under the basic scenario given for your position, you should have had no, or a very modest at most, tax to begin with. Maybe you have a refund coming. If the situation is that you improperly filed and do owe tax, the most likely result is you will need to pay it but the Penalty that was automatically applied would be abated, but the tax and interest (at a lower rate) would be due. An installment option would be made available. The pro you want probably has the designation of an E.A. (an enrolled agent) - better and cheaper than a CPA for tax.
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Can you file income taxes if you are a student?

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            "Can you?" or "Must you?" The answer to "can you?": Many people will file an income tax return even though the income on the return was below the filing requirement. Even if you do not have to file a return, you should file one to get a refund of any Federal Income Tax withheld. The answer to "must you": This depends upon how much income you had during the tax year (both from a job and/or from investments) and whether or not your parents claim you as a dependent. Online tax software can help you determine whether or not you are required to file a tax return. See "Sources and Related Links" below for links to additional information about two online options for filing income taxes.
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            How to check the status of TurboTax card?

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            You must call Greendot. 866-963-1620. When prompted to enter your info just hit 0. It takes about 3 times before they actually connect you to a live rep who may or may not speak fluent English. Figures though... You should give it the full 10 days before reporting it "Not received". My taxes have been deposited for four days now and still no card. Moreover, they sent it to the wrong apt. number. Fortunately, I had called them to check on the status and discovered the error. Have spoken with my neighbor who's box it was sent to and to the mail carrier. Hopefully I will get it and not have to report it and wait another 10 days.
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Forms, Tax Refunds

            Where do you mail completed federal income tax returns?

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            Where you send your return depends on where you live. If you live in Florida, Georgia, or the Carolinas and you 're enclosing payment, you mail to the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Atlanta GA 39901-0102 (zip code 39901-0002 if not enclosing payment/receiving refund). If you live in Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, or Texas, you mail to the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Austin TX 73301-0102 if you're enclosing payment (zip code 73301-0002 if not enclosing payment/receiving refund). If you live in Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode island, Vermont, or the Virginias, mail to the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Kansas City MO 64999-0102 if enclosing payment (zip code 64999-0002 if not enclosing payment/receiving refund). If you live in any other state, mail to the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Fresno CA 93888-0102 if enclosing payment (zip code 93888-0002 if not enclosing payment/receiving refund).
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Forms, Tax Refunds

            What is a schedule M on a 1040A tax return?

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            This schedule was for 2009 only and it was to figure the 'Making Work Pay and Government Retiree Credits.' Everyone who is not someone else's dependent (most adults not being taken care of by mom or dad) and who works gets the 'Making Work Pay' credit and will want to fill out this schedule. It's up to $400 ($800 if you're married and file a return with your spouse). Those who receive social security benefits, railroad retirement benefits, or VA disability probably received a $250 check last summer and it will reduce any Making Work Pay credit they are allowed. Those who are getting retirement for a government job and aren't allowed to claim social security get a $250 credit. Those who qualify for this & the making work pay credit won't get a total credit of more than $400 ($800 if married & filing a joint return with their spouse).
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Business Law, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            What is a K-1 form from the IRS?

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            A K-1 is used by a Partnership or S-Corporation to report a partner/shareholder's distributed share of income. Partnerships and S-Corporations do not pay income tax. Instead, they file their corporate / partnership tax return as an informational return only. This return will distribute the net profit to the shareholders or partners based upon their percentage of stock or how the partnership agreement reads. For example, if you own 50% of ABC Corporation, an S-Corporation, and ABC Corporation shows a $100,000 profit in 2007, you will receive a K-1 for 50% of the net profit, so $50,000. You would have to claim this $50,000 of income on your personal tax return. Because the company does not pay income tax, the net profit is passed through to the owners who pay the income tax on their personal tax returns. A K-1 form is a form that is issued to partners, shareholders, and such showing their share of a business income that must be reported on their personal tax returns.
            Asked in Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Does the IRS only deposit funds on Fridays?

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            Yes Depends on when this was asked, no. In 2010 they started the new Modified Efile system and only some returns qualified for that route. Any returns that went to the MEF could be funded on any day of the week. MEF will be the new standard.
            Asked in Tax Refunds, Business Travel

            Why do hotel bills need to be itemized for the IRS?

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            Hotel bills must be itemized because only a subset of expenses are tax-deductible. Your lodging, meals, and even items like dry cleaning are deductible. But expenses like using gym facilities, watching paid movies, or playing games are not. Documentation 17 from IRS has a very complete set of information on this. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p17.pdf
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Salary and Pay Rates, Income Garnishment, Tax Refunds

            Who do you make your check out to for federal taxes?

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            "United States Treasury" Also write your Social Security Number, the tax year, and the Form number on the check. For example, "2008 Form 1040"
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Federal Laws, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            What happens if you file tax return without sending payment?

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            After the due date passes, penalties and interest will be added to the unpaid taxes. For federal income taxes, the interest rate is currently 4% annually, but the interest rate is adjusted every quarter. The penalty is 0.5% per month for each whole or partial month. Even if you can't pay your taxes, it is better to file your tax return on time. If you don't file your tax return on time, the penalty increases from 0.5% per month to 5.0% per month. Each state sets its own interest and penalties.
            Asked in Debt and Bankruptcy, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Can you receive a tax refund this year if you filed bankruptcy last year?

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            You need to discuss this with your attorney. Once you receive your tax refund, it's part of your personal assets that could be seized to pay creditors. If you file bankruptcy before you get your taxes then the government will keep your tax refund and put it towards your debt. The bankruptcy court has 1 year to go back and open your case even after your bankruptcy has been discharged. If you can prove that the money is needed/used for catching up rent or other nessacery bills they will not take it.
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Refund Where is your stimulus Payment?

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            Starting Thursday, millions of grandparents and retirees will see a $250 raise to their usual Social Security funds. The months long wait for stimulus payments for seniors, as part of the stimulus bill passed February, is now over, CNN reports. Nearly 55 million seniors and retirees will receive the $250 one-time payment between now and June 4, 2009. Most of the checks have been sent out this week. (May 11, 2009). Payment will either be received as a separate check, in addition to Social Security payments, or appear in accounts as a direct deposit.
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            What is the last date of income tax return submission for 2011-2012?

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            Last date for filing Income Tax Return for AY 2012-13 is 31st July 2012. Lord knows what your trying to ask (if it is a US tax Q). You can/must file for forever, there is never a time that you don't. You can pay estimated amounts, without filing and have no financial detriments. If you underpaid, you may have to pay interest and penalties if lat. Neither 2011 or 2012 is even due yet. If you don't fle a return you remain open to being audited and assessed for it for forever. The time to NOT have to answer Qs about it does not start to run until you file.
            Asked in Income Taxes, Tax Refunds, US Army

            How much is allstates bonus check?

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            up to 5% of your 6-month insurance premium. So if you pay 500 dollars every 6 months, then you receive a 25 dollar credit towards your next 6-month premium.
            Asked in Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            When do ResCare send out W-2 forms?

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            Every provider of a W-2 is required to have it in your hands by the end of January.
            Asked in Used Car Buying, Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Can you return a car after being tricked into tax evasion?

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            Yes, but unfortunately it is tax evasion on your part too. I had the exact same thing happen to me. I bought a car for $3500 10 years ago, and the dealership wrote it up at $750.00, claiming it would save me money. What they really did was two-fold. 1. In most states, the lemon law/warranty does not apply to vehicles purchased for under $1000.00 (less in some states). So if you drive off the lot and the motor blows 2 weeks later, they do not have to do anything. Usually they will also try to get you to buy the car "as is" when scamming you like this. 2. Lowers the amount of profit that they are showing. I'll show you how it works. Dealer buys a car for $1000 at the auction. Dealer puts $200 into the car to make it sellable. Dealer now has $1200 invested into the vehicle. Dealer sells the car for $3000 to Bob Smith, but convinces him to allow them to save Bob money by writing it up as $800. Bob agrees. Now, on paper. The dealership has "officially" sold the car for $800, $400 less than they invested. They can then declare that as a loss. Basically, it helps them evade taxes on profit. If they pull enough of them, they end up offsetting the profit made on legit or loan deals and showing little or no profit by the end of the year. The other problem with this is, if you bring this to their attention, the response usually will be "well, you broke the law too by evading sales/excise tax, so I don't think it's smart to tell anyone". They hold you over the barrel and scare you into keeping your mouth shut, when in all reality, you've avoided a lot less $$$ then they did, and they talked you into it. My suggestion. If this ever happens to you, go DIRECTLY to the Better Business Bureau and your local Attorney General's office. NEVER buy a car from a deal "as is". NEVER try to save a buck by letting the deal sell you the car on paper for less than you're paying. NEVER sign ANYTHING other than a normal sales form. Especially if it states something about you defering a standard warranty or something. ALWAYS do your 苹果彩票网登录work about a used car. Get retail and trade-in prices, car and driver reports, etc. Talk to people who have owned one. Search the internet for Recalls. ALWAYS have a mechanic (someone YOU know or trust) look at the car. A good mechanic will perform this service for $50 - $100 knowing that you will use him/her for service in the future. ALWAYS shop around. If it looks too good to be true, or they seem way to willing to unload the car, WALK AWAY. It's most likely a problem car. ALWAYS trust you instinct. If you feel that you're being screwed, you are. Remember something. If you are buying any car from a dealer, used or new, you will be screwed to some extent. I suggest always buying a brand new car from a reputable dealer. Never buy the "year end" model. Always buy the new model in Febuary or March of the new model year. Never get more than a 60 month term on your car loan. You will owe more than the car is worth for almost the entire life of the loan. So, in short... If possible, Research, Buy BRAND new, get invoice price info, offer $500 above invoice first, then talk about rebates or monthly payments. Never let any car dealer show you the cost in the form of monthly payment. Agree on the price of the car, then move on to trade in, down payment, loan rates and monthly payments. Remember, $500 above invoice is usually acceptable. $1000 is normal for luxury cars. Good luck! Sean Daly The above recommendation to always buy new and to always buy the current model-year is horrible advice. I just bought a car less than 3 years old with some factory warranty on it for 33% of the sticker price. If you can't inspect a used car, most mechanics will do it for you for $50 or less. Even if the used car does turn up some problems, so long as you ensure that it's in good shape and runs well when you buy it, a used car is going to cost you far less in the long run than a new car. I personally would never buy from a dealer who would recommend this practice. If they would try to steal money from the government what makes you believe you can trust what they say about the car? A note on the above reply. Dealers who do this kind of thing hurt dealers reputations. The important thing is take responsibility when buying a car. DO YOU 苹果彩票网登录work and have a fair price in mind. You get what you pay for. Make sure to inspect the car and my recommendation is NEVER buy new unless you need the write offs or plan to keep the car for life and pay for it upfront. The best cars to buy are generally just off lease or just nearing the end of manufacturer warranty. An extended warranty is the cheapest to get at this time. Try using sites like eBay where you can see peoples feedback before you buy.
            Asked in Personal Finance, Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Do you get two checks from your taxes?

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            If you were entitled to both a state and a federal refund, then you would get two separate checks.
            Asked in Repossession, Tax Refunds

            Can the IRS take your back pay winnings after you win your SSDI hearing?

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            Quite simply, yes. The IRS can take nearly any income or assets from you when you owe money. A tax attorney can sometimes get limits placed on them.
            Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Forms, Tax Refunds

            What is the average length of time for tax returns from electronic filing?

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            FILING - Instantly... although the states and IRS will bounce a return upto 48 hours later if there is soemthing wrong with it. REFUND - From the IRS, typically less than 2 weeks if you're having it direct deposited.
            Asked in Child Support, Income Taxes, Tax Refunds

            Does child support get all your tax return?

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            It can, yes. If you owe more in child support than you're getting as a refund, the state is well within their right to take the entire refund.

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