What is the deadline date to file 2008 tax return when an extension was filed by the 2009 deadline?
October 15th 2009
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Answer . \nAbsolutely. In fact you must. Sooner the better obviously, but, late filing isn't even penalized that badly (if at all if you have a reasonable cause excuse), and frequently your doing so will get a refund that you had coming, (filing is different than paying).\n. \nNote: Since th…e statute of limitations(the laws about how long you can be audited and assessed for mis-reporting), starts running with the filing of the return, unless you file a return your ALWAYS liable for it. So apply for something from the govt., like social security or such, even years from now...have the computer see a missing filing...get a bill...with all penalties, interests, etc...not that unlikely. ( Full Answer )
Midnight, April 30, 2008 You can also file your taxes online. For more information, see the Related Link.
If you don't owe any taxes do you have to file for an extension just to file the paperwork after the April deadline?
No, you don't need to file an extension if you don't owe the IRS any money. You only need to file an extension if you need more time to pay. The current law is you have three years to file for a refund and after that you forfeit it to the IRS. The IRS does not charge penalties to people that are …owed refunds even if they are filing after due date (usually April 15). Just make sure you file within the 3 years. But if you owe money, even if you file an extension, if you do NOT pay by April 15, then you will owe interest and penalties on the money you owe. The extension is form 4868 and can be filed online through IRS.gov e-file, or by mailing in the form. The extension is NOT an extension for time to PAY, it is just an extension for time to file. Even if you are owed a refund, the IRS says that you are "required" to file if you made over the standard deduction. But in all reality, if they owe you money, they don't want to see you get it. If they owe you money, they don't care when or if you file, but they do like to keep tabs on you. There will be no penalties. ( Full Answer )
Extensions for filing your income tax return are due by the date that your return is due. Returns reporting 2009 income are due by April 15, 2010 in your tax year ended on December 31. To request an extension, you need to file Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Inc…ome Tax Return. But an extension of time doesn't grant an extension of time to pay your tax liability. If you owe taxes, they're considered due this year by April 15. ( Full Answer )
There is no deadline to file for probate after death. The named executor has a legal obligation to offer it for probate, but there is no statute of limitation for failure to do so.
\n. \nYou have 90 days from the last day on which labor was performed or goods provided to the property against which the lien will be filed.
For individuals and families, the tax extension deadline is October 15, which gives you a 6 month extension of time to file your taxes from the April 15 tax deadline. You can file your extension online with an e-file provider like FileLater (http://filelater.com).
Personal, Form 104 is due, as always by April 15th.. Extensions are easily gotten and virtually automatic.. Time to pay what is due however is a different story...you must pay your taxes through the year, by payroll withholding or by filing a 1040ES every quarter.. Extensions of when to file are …not extensions of when to pay. Regardless of when you file, penalties and interest charges accrue on any payments not made on time. ( Full Answer )
Browse: Home / featured, Income Tax Information / efile Start Date 2010 efile Start Date 2010 By Admin on December 12, 2009 . The 2009 e-File start date is January 15, 2010 . The IRS will start accepting tax returns by e-file on January 15, 2010 for the filing of your 2009 Income Taxes . Don't …forget to check out the e-File Refund Cycle Chart for when you will receive your tax refunds. Subscribe to keep up with any changes or delays. http://www.fileyourtaxesnow.com/efile-start-date-2010/ ( Full Answer )
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The question was, "When can I file my 2009 tax return?" That question is very common this time of the year, especially now with so many people out of work and running out of options. So, no sarcasm required. They did mean 2009 tax return, this is 2010 a new tax season. Employers have until the 31…st of January to get your W-2 to you otherwise they face penalties. While you can actually start filing now, the E-file will not officially till the 18th but you can always try. As far as the financial advice you received regarding your deductions, it is solely up to you if you want to have more money to spend during the year or a larger refund. Personally I prefer to get a large refund, that will allow me to pay off items or just stick in the bank and save for a rainy day. I hope I have answered your question and if you want more information, you can always visit http://www.irs.gov or call 1-800-829-1040. Just like every year - 2009 returns aren't due until the April 15 after 2009 ends, and can't be filed really until Feb 2010, as below for this year - you probably mean 2008 return. 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, who is required to mail or otherwise deliver your W-2 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 assesments 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. *this is an edit, if you look on IRS.GOV it clearly stated January 15th is the 1st day that you can file taxes, not February as previously stated* *this link will give you all of the deadlines for filing your 2009 taxes http://www.irs.gov/taxpros/providers/article/0,,id=174255,00.html IRS on line FREE FILE should be available around January 15, 2010 go to www.irs.gov and use the search box type FREE FILE ON LINE ( Full Answer )
Understanding, filing and paying are 2 different things.. You must pay, through withholding or estimated payments, through the year (basically at least quarterly). The amount you have paid in MUST meet certain thresholds or you will pay a (frequently substantial) penalty and interest later.. Retur…ns - the filing - squaring up your estimated payments to your actual amount needed, is due - as always April 15 (+a day for legal holidays weekends or such if needed). Extensions of when to file are easy and automatic, for up to 6 months (again when to file, not to pay...any underpayment will be charged even with an extesnion of when to file). ( Full Answer )
Filing 2009 Tax Returns Just like every year - 2009 returns aren't due until the April 15 after 2009 ends, and can't be filed really until Feb 2010, as below for this year - you probably mean 2008 return. You really can't even try to file until February 15th. Prior to that date you must make e…very reasonable effort to obtain a W-2 from your employer, who is required to mail or otherwise deliver your W-2 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. NOTE *this is an edit, if you look on IRS.GOV it clearly stated January 15th is the 1st day that you can file taxes, not February as previously stated* *this link will give you all of the deadlines for filing your 2009 taxes irs.gov/taxpros/providers/article/0,,id=174255,00.html IRS on line FREE FILE should be available around January 15, 2010 go to irs.gov and use the search box type FREE FILE ON LINE ( Full Answer )
Same as any year - after 2/15 and before 4/15 (+ a day if holiday). Extensions to file BUT NOT TO PAY are easily available.
Extensions of Time to File Your Tax Return . There are three choices for filing Form 4868 (PDF), Application For Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Tax Return ; 1) electronically (such as by computer), 2) by paying part of your tax due with a credit card through an outside s…ervice provider listed on the form, or 3) by mail. If you file your Form 4868 electronically you will receive an acknowledgement or confirmation number for your records and you do not need to mail in Form 4868. If you need to pay additional taxes, you may do so through the outside service provider or through e-file.. You can refer to your tax software or tax professional for ways to file electronically using e-file services. If you wish to make a payment using the electronic funds withdrawal option, be sure to have a copy of last year's tax return. You will be asked to provide the Adjusted Gross Income from the return for taxpayer verification.. Besides filing electronically, you can generally get an extension of time to file if you pay part or all of your estimate of income tax due by credit card. You may pay by phone or Internet through one of the service providers listed on Form 4868. Each service provider will charge a convenience fee based on the amount of the tax payment. At the completion of the transaction, you will receive a confirmation number for your records.. In addition to filing Form 4868 electronically, or by paying part of your tax by credit card, you can file Form 4868 by filling out the form and mailing it to the place where you will file your return.. Please be aware that an extension of time to file is NOT an extension of time to pay. There is NO extension of time to pay. That was to be done through the year, by payroll withholding, or estimated quarterly payments with Form 1040-ES, and any catch up with the extension. Underpayments wil incur penalty and interest, and may make any extensions applied for ineffective - causing yet greater fees.. The State Government page on the IRS web site also contains information useful to individuals. Visit the taxation links for each state's site to find information on individual tax issues, including electronic filing. Click the following URL to link to the State Government web sites: http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=99021,00.html .. Links to above and a Form 4868 are below. ( Full Answer )
Individual taxpayers e-filed almost 90 million tax returns during 2008, an increase of more than 12 percent over the prior year. Of the 155 million tax returns filed, about 58 percent were filed electronically.. http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=188359,00.html
What amendment states that the deadline to file your federal income tax return for the previous year is April 15?
That like most things, would be found in the US Laws, not an amendment to the Constitution. The laws of the land, which like any, are found within a general area of similar laws...here the Internal Revenue Code - which has many, many levels and parts...Statutes being another...and case law from the …whole division of courts that cases involving these laws are heard at...Tax Court (like criminal court hears criminal cases and traffic court hears traffic ones), all of whihc are passed by vote by the elected members of Congress and signed inot law by the President. The "new" economic recovery package is part of that law...it changes how the Code reads... it could have changed when returns are due...and for some types of returns in fact it did !. Obviously, no amendment, or even law says that federal income tax returns are due by 4/15...because...in many, many, many cases, they aren't! They are due 3.5 months after the end of the fiscal year for a individual taxpayer (and most, but not all have a calendar same as fiscal year end), other (non-individuals, like Corporations) are due 2.5 months after year end (so even those with a calendar equal to fiscal (most don't) would be due 3/15). Death and many other circumstances make the dates for filing different yet. Etc.. The 16th amendment to the constituton deals with allowing income taxes, it reads:. Amendment XVI . The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states, and without regard to any census or enumeration. ( Full Answer )
No difference....just the calculation of late/interest due would be. Same form, same place, same otherwise.
The deadline for filing claims against estates depends on the laws of the state of probate. There are two considerations to keep in mind. . First, at the very least, the claim must be brought before any applicable statute of limitations expires. If the claim is unenforceable against the decedent ha…d he /she lived, then it is not enforceable against the estate. . Second, many states have laws or rules that state that have procedural time periods for presenting claims against an estate; however, failure to do so might not result in a denial of the claim for missing that deadline. This type of deadline is a procedural one. It allows the executor to determine the debts of the estate for estate and inheritance tax purposes and to let executors distribute the estate without waiting for a legal statute of limitations to expire. All this means is that executors should not give estate assets to beneficiaries before this procedural period expires, or executors would be liable for payment if they could not get money back from beneficiaries. . Also, at least in New Jersey, if a legitimate claim comes in after the procedural period but before final distribution is made, the debt still has to be paid out of the estate. ( Full Answer )
You can get an automatic six-month extension of the deadline for filing your income tax return. To request an extension, submit Form 4868 (Application for Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return). It's important to remember that the extension gives you extra time for getting y…our tax return in order for the IRS. But it doesn't extend the time you have to pay tax due (if you're not getting a refund). Any amount not paid by the April deadline is assessed interest. A late payment penalty is charged if you haven't paid at least 90 percent of your total tax by the April deadline. If your return is completed but you can't pay the full amount of tax due, the IRS wants you to file your return on time and pay as much as you can at that time. ( Full Answer )
If you really had no income, probably not. But people sometimes forget everything that constitutes income. It's not just wages from your job. It includes interest, dividends, rents received, royalties, pension benefits, sometimes Social Security benefits, investment income, etc. There may be s…ome situations where you owe tax even if you had no income. For example, if you have an uncorrected overcontribution to an IRA from a previous year or you are over age 70 1/2 and failed to take a required minimum distribution from an IRA or 401k, you might owe a tax even though you had no income. ( Full Answer )
If the IRS receives your return or payment after the deadline date but it is postmarked on or before the deadline date, then it is considered to have been filed on time.
Answer Depends on the policy. One year is typical. I've seen as short as three months and as long as three years. Every now and again I run across a policy that has no timely limit but that's very rare.
You can file your taxes anytime after your extension, be sure to file before October 15th of that filing year. You may suffer penalties and interest higher than what you would have if you filed by that date. Also, remember to at least pay something with your extension to show the IRS that you have… intentions of paying your federal liability. It is best to pay as much as you can to pay down the debt. ( Full Answer )
Would the taxes that you filed back in February of 2009 be your 2008 tax return or your 2009 tax return?
February is an uncommon time to ever file personal ncome taxes...corporations which frequently have a different accounting year than calendar, it occurs regularly.. Personal income tax returns are due by the 15th day of the 4 month (APRIL 15) following the year the income was earned. Obviously, t…he return cannot be completed until the accounting period (year) is over and the info for it received.. PAYMENT of taxes is due throughout the year the income is earned...normally by payroll withholding, or required quarterly estimated payments by the self employed. ( Full Answer )
To report the unemployment compensation that you received during the year 2009 you should get a 1099-G from the state with the information that will use to report your unemployment compensation on the 1040 tax form when you have all of your other worldwide gross income tax information. The gross amo…unt received less the first 2400 of income tax free amount would be the taxable amount that would be reported as taxable income on your 1040 tax form. Go to www.irs.gov and type FREE FILE Free File is the fast, easy, and free way to prepare and e-file your federal taxes online. After completing the income tax return print a copy of the completed tax return before transmitting it. Then wait a day or to check and see if you have received acknowledgment from the IRS that they have accepted your income tax return as it was filed. Print a copy of any form that you have from the IRS about the tax return as you may need it for future reference. After the end of the year 2009 and you have all of the information forms W-2, 1099s, and any other information forms concerning all of your worldwide income from all sources in your hand. Usually this information is received beginning in January and can go through the end of January and some is not received until later in the year usually before the April 15 deadline for the filing of your income tax return. 2010 IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart Direct Deposit sent Paper Check Mailed Transmitted and accepted by (11:00 am) between Jan 15 and Jan 21, 2010 Jan 29, 2010 Feb 5, 2010 You must make sure that you receive your acknowledgment from the IRS that they have accepted your income tax return as you filed it. You usually will receive the acknowledgment in a day or 2. The IRS does not guarantee a specific date that a refund will be deposited into a taxpayer's financial institution account or mailed. Taxpayers who e-filed can get refund information 72 hours after the electronic return data is acknowledged as accepted by the IRS. To check the status of a refund go to www.irs.gov and click on Where's My Refund? ( Full Answer )
You cannot pay it but it is very possible that the IRS will take the amount out any anticipated refund that you will be looking for.
No. Each year must be filed separately using the correct forms andtables for the tax years when the income was earned. Adding twoincomes together would probably not be to your advantage anyway.Either way, you cannot do this as it would cause you a real mess tofix when the IRS found your error.
Yes. The longer you wait after losing your job, the less benefits you'll receive because they will not let the base period go back retroactively. You will also find out, when you file, how much you will get and what you need to qualify. Sign up, soon.
You have 3 years from the tax deadline to file an amendment for that year. For example, the tax deadline to file your 2009 taxes is April 15, 2010. You have until April 15, 2013 to file an amendment for that year.
Yes but each year has to be filed separately and sent separately to the correct address.
As an individual taxpayer filing a 1040 federal income tax return and you do NOT have any income tax liability and OWE any income taxes on your correctly completed income tax return the final date to file would be October 15 2010.
What do you do if you get a tax for 1099 that you did not expect after the deadline for filing taxes?
To correct an error on the original filed income tax return you will have to use the 1040X Amended Individual Income tax return available by going to the IRS gov web site and using the search box for 1040X File a separate Form 1040X for each year you are amending. Mail each form in a separate enve…lope. Be sure to indicate the year of the return you are amending on the front of Form 1040X. The 1040X form now has just one column where the Correct Amount is the only figure entered, making it easier to make changes to previously filed returns. There is an area on the front of the form to explain why you are filing Form 1040X. Generally, to claim a refund, Form 1040X must be filed within 3 years from the date of your original return or within 2 years from the date you paid the tax, whichever is later. Returns filed before the due date (without regard to extensions) are considered filed on the due date. Attach copies of any forms or schedules that are being changed as a result of the amendment including any Forms W-2 received after the original return was filed. The correctly filled out 1040X amended individual income tax return will have to be mailed to the correct IRS address and you can find the address in the instructions for the 1040 tax form. Normal processing time for Forms 1040X is 8 to 12 weeks from the IRS receipt date. Please Note: Your state tax liability may be affected by a change made on your federal return. For information on how to correct your state tax return, contact your state tax agency. ( Full Answer )
To correct an error on the original filed income tax return you will have to use the 1040X Amended Individual Income tax return available by going to the IRS gov web site and using the search box for 1040X File a separate Form 1040X for each year you are amending. Mail each form in a separate enve…lope. Be sure to indicate the year of the return you are amending on the front of Form 1040X. The 1040X form now has just one column where the Correct Amount is the only figure entered, making it easier to make changes to previously filed returns. There is an area on the front of the form to explain why you are filing Form 1040X. Generally, to claim a refund, Form 1040X must be filed within 3 years from the date of your original return or within 2 years from the date you paid the tax, whichever is later. Returns filed before the due date (without regard to extensions) are considered filed on the due date. Attach copies of any forms or schedules that are being changed as a result of the amendment including any Forms W-2 received after the original return was filed. The correctly filled out 1040X amended individual income tax return will have to be mailed to the correct IRS address and you can find the address in the instructions for the 1040 tax form. Normal processing time for Forms 1040X is 8 to 12 weeks from the IRS receipt date. Please Note: Your state tax liability may be affected by a change made on your federal return. For information on how to correct your state tax return, contact your state tax agency. Click on the below related links ( Full Answer )
If you do not file your e-Postcard on time, the IRS will send you a reminder notice but you will not be assessed a penalty for late filing the e-Postcard. However, an organization that fails to file required e-Postcards (or information returns -- Forms 990 or 990-EZ) for three consecutive years will… automatically lose its tax-exempt status . The revocation of the organization's tax-exempt status will not take place until the filing due date of the third year. Due Date of the e-Postcard The e-Postcard is due every year by the 15th day of the 5th month after the close of your tax year . For example, if your tax year ended on December 31, the e-Postcard is due May 15 of the following year. You cannot file the e-Postcard until after your tax year ends. Use the search box at the IRS gov web site for 990-EZ Click on the below related link ( Full Answer )
Schedule M FORM of the 1040 income return for the making work pay tax credit has to be filed with your 2009 federal income tax return.
Your question is unclear. Is this a headline? Or are you trying to create a sentence? If this is a headline (for example, in a newspaper), then may I suggest the following: Election-filing deadline has passed You should not use "past"; you need to use "passed". And you should use a hyphen f…or a compound modifier such as "election-filing". ( Full Answer )
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The deadline for filing of the extension form was April 15, 2010 and it would have been an extension to file the income tax return until October 15 2010.
To pay any income tax that may been due April 15, 2010. If you are due a refund October 15, 2010. ans Your Q isn't as clear as you may think. If your asking how long does somebody have to fie a return for 2009 till it is no longer needed - the answer is forever. You must file the return by Ap…ril 15th of the next tax year (1010) and will always be responsible for it from that point on. Extensions for 6 months are easy to obtain, but one must file a form to do so. NOTE: This is for filing the forms...paying the tax there is no extension for and it is paid through the year 2009 (by withholding or estimated qrtly payment) and proven (additional paid/overpaid refunded) with the April 15th filing of the form ( Full Answer )
What is the deadline for filing a federal tax return for the previous tax year if you have been granted an extension?
For the 2009 1040 federal income tax return the due date with theapproved extension is October 15 2010 and if you qualify you canstill file it online for free by going to the IRS gov website anduse the search box for Free File Prepare and file your federal income taxes online it's easy andit's f…ree! ( Full Answer )
The deadline for filing State tax in Michigan is the same date as the deadline for filing Federal tax.
The deadline this year was to be April 15. However, the IRS extended this deadline to the 18th this year. It is possible to get an extension that could allow you to file as late as October.
Yes. You can actually file for a refund for the current year and two years previous. Right now you can file for a refund on tax years 2008, 2009, and 2010. You can also file for a refund on 2007 if and only if you filed for an extension in 2007 which gives you until October 15th to file for the 2007… refund. If you did not file an extension in 2007 then your time to request a refund expired on April 15th. ( Full Answer )
If you don't file your taxes and are due a refund, the U.S. Treasury simply keeps your "donation." However, if you owe additional tax, file your return right away. The penalties for not filing are much higher than the penalties for not paying, and the longer you wait, the worse it gets. Please se…e the related link for information on the penalties for not meeting the deadline. ( Full Answer )
Yes, you will need your tax information, or your parent's taxinformation, to fill out the FAFSA.
The 2013 deadline for filing individual income tax returns will be Monday, April 15. However, if one lives outside of the US, the deadline is June 15. This applies to those filing from Puerto Rico, also.
If you work in USA for a while but then go to Europe for few months past tax filing deadline can you just file online from there?
It depends on how late you are with the tax return. You cannot file returns for past years online and they must be filed by mail. I would recommend that you file the return as soon as possible in order to stop any penalties and interest from accruing further.
Yes there are deadlines for filing complaints. They are called Statutes of Limitations and they vary by jurisdiction.
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