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How do you file taxes to the IRS for 2002 and 2003 if you were due refunds both years?
Do you mean you believe you are owed refunds? Or that you failed to file your taxes for the incomes for those two years 2002 and 2003 and you may owe the IRS. Either way you should contact a tax preparer or contact the IRS, they do have help lines: Such as 1-800-829-1040 IRS Tax Help Line for Individuals For individual and joint filers who need procedural or tax law information and/ or help to file their 1040-type individual returns (including Schedules C and E); and, general account information for Form 1040 Filers. Automated Self-Service Interactive Applications are also offered on this line. I meant i need to file those two years and am PROBABLY owed a refund. Answer You only have three years to claim a refund from the date the return was due. The latest return you mentioned, 2003, was due on April 15, 2004. That means the three year deadline to claim your refund was April 15, 2007. If you were actually due a refund, you've missed your opportunity to claim it. With that said, I've added a link below for IRS forms from previous years.
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All you need to do is get the 1040 forms and attachments you need to file your taxes, fill them out normally like you would any other year, and send the tax returns to the IR…S. They will tell you if there are any penalties associated. Relax, just file them, and hope for the best. They'll be glad you filed. Good luck.
Answer Yes. (Although in fairness, it isn't the IRS taking it, it is the IRS can be instructed to give it to the government agency you owe).
The IRS only seizes personal tax refunds when there are tax arrearages or court ordered child support arrearages. The IRS does not have the power to withhold personal tax …refunds for creditor judgments. ACTUALLY THE IRS CAN HOLD YOUR REFUND FOR CREDITOR JUGDEMENT DEPENDING ON THE AMOUNT OF THE DEBT AND IF THE CREDITOR CONTACTED THEM THE YEAR BEFORE IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF CREDITOR
If you file a chapter 13 bankruptcy and include taxes years 2004 2005 can the IRS take your refund in 2007 for what you owe for tax year 2004?
como subio y bajo los precios en metro pcs desde ano 2004 al 2007 Ans I believe that the IRS maintains it's right to offset (that is clearly legal/proscribed) and what is b…eing done in something like this, even in cases of BK. Whether that right is absolutely always allowed may be another story...but unlikely it's worth fighting. The money won't go to you. (Otherwise, the refund would probably have to go to the court anyway as a pre petition asset). if a person files bankrupcy in 2009 can the IRS offset the refund
FILING DEADLINE to get a TAX REFUND I'm answering this question; since, I asked it and want to know. I called the IRS, at 1 (800) 829-1040 [what a coincidence, ten-fort…y]. Eventually I got a real live person, and she connected me to another real person in the Filing Area (both were extremely pleasant and helpful). She was kind enough to give me the publication number 17, Chapter 1, and page 18. Which I was able to download from the IRS website http://www.irs.gov/formspubs/index.html. Anyway, I took her word for it, that it was 3 years (with exceptions) form the filing deadline. But I also found out, that the NYS Tax has the same time limitation, 3 years, that was according to a young lady at the NYS Tax line at 1 (800) 443-3200. Ans A claim for refund or credit for an overpayment must be filed within either of two periods: three years after the return to which the overpayment relates was filed or two years after the tax was paid, whichever period expires later. If the taxpayer does not file a return, any claim must be filed within two years after the time the tax was paid. If the taxpayer and the IRS agree to extend the time for assessment, the period for filing a refund claim is extended for the same period. A return for purposes of computing the filing period for refunds and credits is the return required to be filed by the taxpayer. Returns of any person from whom the taxpayer received an item of income, gain, loss, deduction or credit do not determine whether a refund claim is timely. This provision applies to tax years starting after August 5, 1997. Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, and Form 2688, Application for Additional Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, are not considered tax returns for this purpose. The two- and three-year periods for filing a claim do not run during any period in which the individual is financially disabled. An individual is financially disabled when the individual is unable to manage his financial affairs because of a medically determinable physical or mental impairment that is expected to result in death or last for a period of at least 12 months. The physical or mental impairment must be that of the taxpayer, not of some third person The IRS may require proof of the impairment in a form and manner determined by the IRS. An individual is not financially disabled during any period that the individual's spouse or any other person is authorized to act on behalf of the individual in financial matters. These rules generally apply to all periods of disability but do not apply to any claim for credit or refund that is legally barred as of July 22, 1998. A legally barred claim includes one that is barred by res judicata. The determination of whether a claim is barred is made without regard to the tolling provision for financial disabilities.
When filing tax you owed money to the IRS instead of getting a refund when will you get your stimulis check?
Assuming you paid the tax, you'll get the refund according to the schedule on the IRS web site.
They can and once the system has you pegged will. Its actually the Feds that normally insured or guaranteed your loan and get the payment from whoever has it.
The same as you would have filed for 2008 ... you fill out the forms and attach all wage statements for that year and file it with the IRS. Most likely there will be penalties… for not filing this seven years ago ... you may want to handle this through a CPA. You can find the 2002 forms and publications here: http://www.irs.gov/formspubs/article/0,,id=141437,00.html However, the mailing addresses have changed since 2002. Find the new addresses here: http://www.irs.gov/file/index.html
No, you already paid tax on the money you used to pay taxes, you just paid too much of it, and therefore it is not taxed again. State tax refunds, when they are used as a …deduction from federal taxable income, gets the opposite result - they are federally taxable.
If you have an account with fifth third bank and a customer in good standing with your spouses signature! They wont deposit it if her or his name is not on the account! You ar…e considered a risk and a crook after 20 years of being a customer!
It doesn't matter if you receive an income tax refund or not. The fact is is you worked and had federal and state taxes taken out you would need to file your taxes every year.… However, much depends on your filing status (single, married, etc) and how much you made that year on whether you would file. To be on the safe side if you had federal and state taken out of your checks you should file.
You filed your 2006 federal income tax return in April 2010 Will the IRS still pay you your refund after 4 years?
Yes if this was Before April 15, 2010. Three year from the due date of the 2006 income tax return which was due by April 15 2007. After April 15 2010 any refund that may have …been due you was no longer available to you after that date.
It is not possible to get refund unless we file the income tax returns. When we file returns it will check with OLTAS and generate refund if paid excess
no..you have 3 years to file it. after that kiss your refund goodbye. FYI - if you file two or three years together it will take 5-6 weeks regardless of efile....they want to… make sure you dont owe on the previous years before they release the current
An IRS refund can be seized for child support arrearages and/or tax arrearages. And in some cases for repayment of federally funded student loans.
You need to file by April 15th if you are due refund. However, you can ask for an extension.