The IRS has quit publishing the popular Refund Cycle Chart. So there won’t be a 2013 IRS e-file refund cycle chart.
2012 IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart for Tax Year 2011 * This is the projected date that the refund will be direct deposited or mailed. It may take up to 5 additional days for the financial institution to post the refund to your account, or for mail delivery IRS Refund Chart for 2011 IRS accepts your return… Read More »
Last year, 2 out of 3 tax returns were filed electronically. Was yours? If not, here are three important reasons to e-file your return.
If you have never filed your tax return electronically, you should definitely consider trying it in 2010. Join the millions of taxpayers who are saving time and money to file their tax returns without the many headaches often associated with filing a paper return. Top Eight Reasons to Try e-file Here are the top… Read More »
Individuals e-filed a record 95 million federal income tax returns during 2009, up almost 6 percent from last year’s total of nearly 90 million. About two out of three taxpayers used e-file this year; out of the 141 million returns filed so far this year, over 67 percent were e-filed, compared to 59 percent last year.
For the first time, more than 30 million individual income tax returns were filed from home computers. By April 24, the IRS had accepted 31.2 million returns filed from home computers, up 19.3 percent from the same time last year. IRS e-file broke the 90 million mark this year. Up almost 6 percent compared to the same time last year.
With the tax filing deadline close at hand, here are the top 10 tips for taxpayers still working on their tax return. E-file your return. Consider filing electronically instead of using paper tax forms. Choosing to e-file is the best way to ensure your return is accurate and complete.
It is now official, the IRS is now excepting tax returns for 2008! 80 million people used e-file in 2007 (almost 58 percent of all tax returns). e-file or electronic tax filing has many benefits like: Faster Refunds Greater Accuracy Secure and confidential submission No paper return to mail File now, pay later Quick confirmation… Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service is looking for taxpayers who are missing more than 279,000 economic stimulus checks totaling about $163 million and more than 104,000 regular refund checks totaling about $103 million that were returned by the U.S. Postal Service due to mailing address errors. “People across the country are missing tax refunds… Read More »