Posts Tagged ‘Tax Relief in Disaster’

Tax Relief Weekly News Round Up

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Happy Friday! Here’s a look at the top tax relief stories of the week:
Tax Scams, Tax Schemes and Identity Theft

New tax scams are appearing all the time these days – this week was no exception. The latest IRS announcement warns consumers NOT to fall for phony IRS websites including a new one that mimics the IRS e-Services online registration page and looks official. The tipoff: This email asks for personal
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IRS Tax Relief for Hurricane Sandy Victims

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

The IRS announced yesterday that it’s giving taxpayers and tax preparers affected by Hurricane Sandy some tax relief: a one week extension until November 7 to file returns and make payments normally due on October 31.
This IRS tax help is aimed at business owners and their tax preparers whose payroll and excise tax returns were due on October 31 and who were “in an area affected by Hurricane Sandy or
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Tax Preparers Affected by Hurricane Irene: Taxpayers Receive Tax Relief Extensions

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

One week filing extensions have been granted to taxpayers whose tax preparers have been affected by Hurricane Irene. The extensions granted by the IRS will give tax payers and their preparers some much needed tax relief after the disaster.
Returns normally due by September 15 will be granted extension until September 22, 2011. This relief is available to taxpayers regardless of their location but does not apply to any tax payment
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