With good organization you can avoid almost any Tax Debt issue. This is why I stress how important it is to keep good records for your finances. The IRS has issued this new Small Business Calendar to help taxpayers achieve this aim.
View it online: here.
The Tax Calendar includes detailed information on the following:
- Accounting Methods and Periods
- Reap Retirement Rewards
- Car, Travel and Other Business Expenses
- Employee and Worker Issues
- Monitor Results and Keep Good Records
- Your Rights as a Taxpayer
- Filing Electronically is Fast and EZ
- Help in Recovering from Disaster
- IRS Resources Can Help You Via Phone and Internet
- Stash Away for Taxes and Prevent Identity Theft
- Online Resources to Help Your Business Thrive
Here's a few more Tax Resources to be aware of as Tax Season begins:
Where's my Refund?- First of all, remember that the IRS NEVER initiates e-mails to clients. Don't fall for e-mails that claim to have information about your taxes. (Go here for the official IRS warning about these scams). If you want the answer to the question, "Where's my refund?" simply go here and fill in the requested information.
IRS E-File- Go here for all of your IRS E-File options.
EFTPS: Pay Your Taxes Online- EFTPS or Electronic Federal Tax Payment System allows you to pay your taxes online. Go here for more information.
Check here for more information and to obtain a calendar of your own in the mail while supplies last.