Find out what you should do when you can’t afford your tax bill.
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For many of us, there just doesn’t seem to be a convenient time to gather all of our tax documents and sit down to prepare a return. And, before we know it, the tax filing deadline is upon us. That’s when filing Form 4868, Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Tax Return, may […]
You’ve finished your taxes. You may have expected a refund, or maybe you knew you’d have taxes to pay when you filed your return. Either way, writing more than a small check to the Internal Revenue Service is an experience you’d rather not repeat. What can you do to avoid it in the future? Check […]
For some people, not getting a big income tax refund is a terrible disappointment. The only thing worse is having to pay even a small amount to Uncle Sam at the end of the year. When you finish your taxes and discover you owe a small amount of tax, however, you should consider that you’ve […]
The ultimate tax question: what should I do if I owe more taxes to the IRS than I can afford? Discovering you owe more than expected can leave you feeling defeated. Not getting a tax refund is bad enough, but finding out you owe a lot of money is even worse. Fortunately, you can pay off […]