Find Out Why Tax Day is Delayed in 2016

Find Out Why Tax Day is Delayed in 2016

Find Out Why Tax Day is Delayed in 2016. You get three extra days to gather your paperwork and file your federal tax return in 2016. The tax deadline is April 18. Continue reading

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Tax Delay 2016

Tax Delay 2016

Will your IRS tax return be delayed in 2016? We will have all the news related to IRS and state tax return delays in 2016. Will your 2015 Tax Return be delayed?

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Tax Delay 2015: Good news coming from the IRS regarding 2015 Tax Filing Season

UPDATE 12/29/2014. The Tax Delay is over. The IRS has announced the official start to Tax Season 2015. Read more.

Good morning and we hope that everyone had a great Christmas break. We enjoyed ours and have decided to catch up on the latest Tax Season 2015 news. Tax Delay 2015 might not be near as bad as previously reported by IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.  The Wall-Street Journal reported last Thursday that it expects the 2015 Tax Filing Season to start in middle January. We still are set on the January 20, 2015 tax filing first IRS acceptance date.

IRS officials still need to make sure their systems are prepared for new demands for 2015. But “at this point, it appears we are on track,” Commissioner John Koskinen said at a news conference.

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Tax Delay 2015: IRS chief warns of refund delays over budget cuts

Tax Delay 2015: More bad news coming from the IRS on Thursday. What does this mean to you?

UPDATE 12/29/2014. The Tax Delay is over. The IRS have announced the official start to Tax Season 2015. Read more.

IRS warn that due to budget cuts, we could face much longer delays from prior years. No 21 day expectation as in prior year. Budget cuts at the IRS could delay your tax refunds. This is regarding the amount of time between you file your tax return and it is accepted. This has nothing to do with the amount of time between your acceptance date and your tax refunded being direct deposited or check mail. Once again, 2014 Tax Returns will be not be delayed until October 2015. About half the people who call the IRS this filing season will not be able to get through to a real live person. Read more below. Check out my video regarding the 2015 Tax Delay below.

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2014 Federal Tax Rates and IRS Tax Brackets

2014 Federal Tax Rates, Personal Exemptions, and Standard Deductions

IRS Tax Brackets and Deduction Amounts for Tax Year 2014

Below are the tax rates and related numbers that you will need to prepare your 2014 income tax return, which is due by April 15, 2015.

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Tax Delay 2015 Budget Passed 2014 Tax Return

Tax Delay 2015

UPDATE 12/29/2014. The Tax Delay is over. The IRS have announced the official start to Tax Season 2015. Read more.

With the government shutdown avoided, the 2015 budget has passed the Senate.

I will not bore you with details on the shutdown, but I wanted to let you know how this will affect your tax return and potential tax delays in 2015. The IRS commissioner already admitted that there will be delays in tax returns this year. The amount of time is not specified, but the budget being passed before the Christmas holiday will definitely speed of the process. Tax Delay 2015 links at the bottom. Continue reading

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Tax Delay 2015: Bare-Minimum Tax Break Plan Won’t Get Senate Changes

Tax Delay 2015: Bare-Minimum Tax Break Plan Won’t Get Senate Changes

We are one step closer and then one step back from having the 2015 tax delay minimized. Your timely 2015 Tax Refund is in trouble still. IRS still claim that their could be a longer wait if the government doesn’t pass all of the needed 2014 tax breaks before the end of 2014. Details Tax Refunds Could Be Delayed in 2015. This has nothing to do with the fictitious post from a fake news site earlier in the year. Details regarding that are 2014 Tax Refunds Will Not Be Delayed Until October 2015. Tax Delay 2015. Continue reading

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2014 Tax Refunds Will Not Be Delayed Until October 2015

This is the answer to a very frequently asked questions, “will there be a delay in getting federal tax refund in 2015?” 2014 Tax Return Delayed? Is the 2014/2015 tax refunds going to be delayed?

UPDATE 12/29/2014. The Tax Delay is over. The IRS have announced the official start to Tax Season 2015. Read more.

Today, we contacted the Internal Revenue Service and were informed explicitly that their was no chance of 2014 Tax Refunds being delayed until October 2015. Tax Delay 2015 Continue reading

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Tax Refunds Could be Delayed in 2015

Tax Refunds Could Be Delayed in 2015 Much Longer than in 2014.

Americans might have to wait longer than usual to receive their tax refunds in 2015.

The IRS is waiting for lawmakers to act on expired tax provisions called extenders. If Congress fails to resolve the issue by the end of November, that could delay the 2015 tax season — and therefore push back the date when refund checks start to get cut and sent out.

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Looking For Your Tax Refund? What You Need To Know So Far For 2014

It’s that time of year again. You know, the time of year where you’re relegated to doing a lot of waiting. And waiting. It’s hard, I know, between the delayed opening for tax season and the terrible weather that we’re experiencing in parts of the country. Things are moving kind of slow. Plus side? They are moving. Here’s the skinny so far: Continue reading

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