2016 Tax Season Tips

Your Better Business Bureau (BBB) offers a Tax Imagedirectory of qualified tax preparers and accountants, important IRS resources, and tips on how to avoid tax scams for the 2016 tax season.

The IRS will begin accepting federal tax returns electronically on January 19, 2016 until April 18, 2016.

The dreaded IRS audit, whether you have been audited or simply fear you may be at some point, it may help put your mind at ease if you understand some of the key things that may trigger an audit. Things such as missing or high income, foreign accounts and excessive business expenses may put you at higher risk of being audited. 

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It happened, your greatest tax fear has become reality and you are now faced with a tax audit. This can be a very scary, stressful, and nerve wracking experience. However, if you educate yourself on what an audit actually is and how the process works, it may help you stay calm and it can make the whole process a lot easier. 

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If you have filed your taxes and are expecting a tax refund check that has yet to arrive there are many reasons why that delay may have occurred including, errors in your filing, delay in processing, or simply not enough time has passed. If you believe there may be a problem with your tax refund you should check the status or your refund at www.irs.gov.

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