IRS Extends Deadline After Tax Day OutagePeople affected by the outage will get an extension, the IRS confirmed, with a deadline of midnight on Wednesday, April 18.
The IRS Is Giving Taxpayers An Extra Day To File Due To Computer GlitchesWednesday is the new deadline to file and pay taxes after the Internal Revenue Service spent hours dealing with technical difficulties on Tuesday.
IRS 'Direct Pay' Option Not Working On Tax DayRight now the Direct Pay section of the Internal Revenue Service's web site is not working.
IRS Online Payment System Back Online After OutageOnline payments on IRS.gov appear to be working again this Tax Day after an hours-long outage.
This Is What California Taxpayers Are Most Worried About This Tax SeasonFind out what people in your area are excited about and scared about this tax season.
Odds Of Being Audited By IRS Lowest In 15 Years, Report SaysAudits have fallen for the sixth straight year with only 0.62 percent of taxpayers being examined by the IRS in 2017.
IRS Announces Tax Relief For Victims Of California Mudslides, Wildfires And FloodingIndividuals who reside or own a business in Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties affected by the recent disasters may qualify for tax relief.
3 Useful Tax Tools Available On IRS' Video PortalNavigating the necessary IRS steps in order to be successful in filing taxes as a small business owner can be tricky.
IRS Issues Caution To Homeowners Rushing To Prepay Property TaxesTo get the full exemption, your taxes need to have been assessed and billed in 2017.
The Virtual Workshop For Small Business TaxesThe IRS offers excellent resources so small business owners can go straight to the tax source for tax information of any kind.
IRS To Transfer Outstanding Tax Accounts To Private Debt CollectorsPeople with outstanding tax debt have known for years that the IRS only communicates by mail, but starting this month, that will no longer be true.
Offshore Banking Made Easy From A Former IRS Tax AttorneyOver the years, offshore banking has earned a certain reputation with many U.S. citizens buying into the concept that it's not on the up and up. But, that is not the case. Not true. Just ask a competent tax lawyer—better yet, ask a tax lawyer who is a former IRS attorney. He or she will likely be able to adjust your thinking.