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5 Tax Tips for Students with Summer Jobs

Don’t be surprised when your employer withholds taxes from your paychecks. That’s how you pay your taxes, and taxes we pay support the place where we live, our state and our nation. As a new employee, you’ll need to fill out a Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate. Your employer will use it to figure how much federal…
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IRS Ready to Start 2016 Tax Season

IRS Ready to Start 2016 Tax Season; Encourages use of IRS.gov and e-File; Works with States, Industry on Identity Theft Refund Fraud IRS Ready to Start 2016 Tax Season; Encourages use of IRS.gov and e-File; Works with States, Industry on Identity Theft Refund Fraud IRS YouTube Videos When Will I Get My Refund: English |…
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ARE YOU READY?

Even if your tax situation isn't complicated, there's still documentation the IRS demands. But filing taxes doesn't have to be an ordeal. And it can be less frustrating and less time-consuming if you have all the material at your fingertips. By being prepared, you'll be ready to file your return at the earliest possible moment.…
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IRS Reminds Individuals to Report Life Event Changes to the Health Insurance Marketplace; May Impact Premium Tax Credit Eligibility

Individuals who obtain health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Health Insurance Marketplace must advise the Marketplace of changes in certain circumstances, the IRS has reminded taxpayers. Any life event, the IRS noted, may impact an individual’s eligibility for the Affordable Care Act Premium Tax Credit. Coverage and credit. Individuals who obtain coverage through…
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