The IRS is reminding taxpayers that the fastest and easiest way to check on the status of your refund is by using the Where’s My Refund? tool on the agency’s website.
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Taxpayers are urged to file their returns electronically this year if possible as the IRS is working to overcome delays in processing returns due to COVID-19.
There are several expanded tax benefits available to Americans, even if they have little or no income from a job. The IRS emphasizes these are only available to those who file a 2021 federal income tax return.
Millions of Americans who have never filed a tax return will need to do so this year in order to claim what’s coming to them under the enhanced child tax credit.
The payments would come at a moment when families are coping with rising prices for food, gasoline and other goods relative to a year ago.
The IRS wants to remind taxpayers of some considerations before filing this tax season.
Soaring tax revenue and billions in pandemic aid from the federal government have left many states with an unusual problem — too much money.
As tax season begins, millions of households with children are receiving IRS letter 6419, and experts say it’s important.
The IRS hopes this 5-point checklist will help people with the tax return process while avoiding delays.