Missed the 2010 Tax Return Filing Deadline?

In Common Tax Questions, IRS Tax Help, Tax Planning by Daniel Friedel

If you missed the April 18th deadline to file your 2010 Tax Return, it’s not too late.  While you consider whether it’s worth the hassle to file your late return, here’s some things to keep in mind: PENALTIES AND INTEREST.  For every day your tax return is late, filing penalties, payment penalties, and interest will incur on any tax you …

Free Tax Return Help!

In Florida Tax Issues, IRS Tax Help, Tax Planning by Daniel Friedel

Need Help Filing Your Return, but Can’t Afford a Tax Prep Service? You May Qualify for FREE Tax Prep Assistance! If you need help filing your income tax returns, but think you cannot afford a tax preparer service, beware! Some tax preparation providers may offer you a lower fee or offer to take a percentage of your return amount – …

Tax Q & A – I Currently Can’t Pay the IRS because of an Economic Hardship

In IRS Tax Help by Daniel Friedel

QUESTION:  What happens if I owe the IRS money but after paying my living expenses/bills, I currently can’t afford to pay my tax liability? ANSWER:  Depending on your particular situation, there are several options.  If you are going through a financial hardship, the IRS may be willing to suspend collection activity to allow you the opportunity to get back on …

Tax Q & A – 2010 Filing Deadline

In IRS Tax Help, Tax Planning, Uncategorized by Daniel Friedel

QUESTION:  Did the IRS really change the filing deadline from April 15th to April 18th? ANSWER: Yes! Taxpayers will have until Monday, April 18 to file their 2010 tax returns and pay any tax due because Emancipation Day, a holiday observed in the District of Columbia, falls this year on Friday, April 15.   By law, District of Columbia holidays impact …

Florida Tax Issues for Voters – November 2010 Elections

In Florida Tax Issues, Tax Planning by Daniel Friedel

With just over a week left before Election Day, I encourage voters to become more acquainted with the candidates and issues they will be confronted with on the ballot.  Because most ballot initiatives are written in what resembles either a foreign language or horrific grammatical capabilities, I’ve compiled a brief synopsis of the tax issues that will be presented to …