What would you like to do?
Can you file for my taxes on the first of January?
If you receive a tax refund in January and spend it all and then file bankruptcy in February can the trustees make you pay back the refund?
No. But it could possibly depend on whether or not the BK was accepted. Dependent on how much the refund was and what it was used for. In general, only the assets that you hav…e at the time you file are included, not monies already spent. No, But if you file, next year you will possabily have to pay half of your tax money. Why would I have to pay half of my tax money on next years taxes?
Congress has to approve the tax rate--probably around January 15. State tax rates do not have to be set until about January 31. So, you may want to gather your informati…on, but hold off on your filing until then.
Yes, they will take some of it. Speak with an attorney about your specific situation. If you can not find an attorney, contact your local Bar association and they will refe…r you to one.. ans . Probably all of it. It was all from earnings and overpaid before you filed - pre-petition. Had you had the correct amount withheld, the excess would have been availale to pay the debt.
Many numbers on your State return are going to be based on your Federal return, so you should probably prepare your Federal return first.
As early as the first day of the next financial year as long as you have been given a summary of your earnings by your employer. But if you are leaving the country permanent…ly you should be able to apply to get your tax return assessed early.
It makes no difference. The refund of your overpayment is an asset that is part of your BK anyway. It was overpaid using funds before your filing, that would/could have …been used to pay debts..it is a pre-ptition asset...simply on deposit at the Gov't. When you file to receive it is irrelevant.
Presuming you live through the year...Feb 15, 2010.
THIS QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED AND ANSWERED MANY, MANY TIMES AND IS PART OF THE DATABASE. CORRECTLY USING THE SYSTEM WOULD HAVE PROVIDED THE ANSWER WITHOUT ANY DELAY …or inconvenience of others. There are also several discussions about what those claims of early filing/early refund really are and what they mean. There is no fixed date, but you cannot file until you have all your forms (paystub DOES NOT QUALIFY). And of course, filing before the IRS really has the departments staffed that handle the filings, won't mean anything happens with it. So, that normally means you really can't even try to file until February 15th. Prior to that date you must make every reasonable effort to obtain a W-2 from your employer and any other needed forms. These are required to be mailed or otherwise delived to you no later than January 31st. Not receiving a W-2, or any form for that matter, does not excuse you from reporting that information on your return..but not having them will delay processing. Also, you need any of the other forms (like 1099, from banks, etc), and if you do file with out them, there are additional forms you need to provide so the IRS can find out why whoever was to provide them didn't. Obviously this can delay the processing of your return....and if the amounts you showed don't exactly match what is filed (and employers frequently have some year end changes that will make your last stub in accurate), you would have to file an amended return to correct it...or expect nasty-grams and assessments from the IRS! Certainly no refund will be made until all that is cleared up...so trying to do things other than as the system wants, generally only delays things. Finally, if your wanting to do so early because you have a large refund coming...especially if that is common for you...you should file a new Form W-9, to change the amount of withholding being done so your not always having too much taken out of your check through the year.
No, I just read not until January 16th.
Normally, the return won't be processed for some time, as the IRS waits to get the information to match, from any W-2 or 1099 and such, that you are reporting. (Agreeabl…y, some may not require this). You filed a return, and if you proved a REFUND due (I believe what you actually meant to ask)...that will be approved and sent shortly after the processing of the return. How long to you see the money depends very much on how you instructed it to be sent...if you want a check or disrect deposit (which is much faster). Generally, 6 weeks is a fair guess.
Buy one of the popular software programs and spend several hours going through the whole thing...it teaches you and asks you everything you need and even performs some f…inancial and "what if" type sceanarios for you. No one will ever be able to understand and control your tax situation better than yourself...you may as well start learning what makes a difference!
Popular sites will let you file sooner however it does state that they will not be submitted to the IRS until 01/15/2009 when they will begin the efile. You can go ahead and g…et your info in on Turbotax.com on 01/06/10 or taxact.com on 01/08/10.
Go to www.irs.gov. Enter a search for the "refund cycle chart'. You'll get your answer there.
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Thomas Jefferson Actually, it was Warren G. Harding on March 14, 1923.
A tax accountant is the best place to get help for the first time when filing income tax forms. No accountant is necessary if using the EZ forms. The library also has up to …date books to help with the filing of income tax forms.