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What documents do I need to bring to file my tax return?
List of deductions and expenses only related with the work you do. This information is only needed for people who need to deduct expenses, either because they DO NOT have W-2 forms, work on their own, pay them in cash or give them in their work a 1099-Misc form.
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If you have never done taxes with us, we invite you to come to our office with a copy of your Taxes from last year, we will do your taxes the same or better, updating the changes you want to make this year, and of course, If you qualify for a refund this will always be allowed by the I.R.S, according to your marital status, income, withholding and many other factors.
All taxes prepared in our Office are E-File, nothing is sent by postal mail, this represents for you greater security and streamlines your processing. We are registered in the I.R.S, so we are allowed to electronically transmit all your information.
• Our office is open year-round, we did not close after the tax season ends, like other places, where you may not see the tax prepare again, where may not be any body to help you, if you receive a letter from the IRS , or if there were any errors in your taxes.
• We prepare income taxes, summit application and renews for ITIN NUMBERS throughout the year because we are an office certified by the I.R.S as CAA Certified.
Acceptance Agents can facilitates your ITIN application and make you keep your original documents. (Restrictions apply).
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The prevention of retroactive claims of credits such as EIC, ACTC and Scolar credit after obtaining a Social Security Number. The provision prohibits an individual from retroactively claiming income tax credit by modifying a return (or filing of an original return) for any prior year in which the individual or dependent does not have a valid social security number . The provision applies to returns, and any modification.
The provision requires that individuals who were issued their ITINs before 2013 are required to renew their ITINs in a period between 2017 and 2020. The provision also states that an ITIN will not be valid when a person does not file a tax return for three Consecutive years.
The I.R.S warns about false calls, faxes, texts or e-mails using the IRS name.
If you have received calls telling you that they are from the IRS and that you have a debt, have a refund or until you can be arrested, you are asked for personal information such as: Social Security, address, full name etc. !Watch out!.
Health Insurance Federal and State
For the Federal tax year of of of 2019 THERE WILL BE NO FINE for not having medical coverage,But the state of California will fine by 2021 if you don't have medical coverage by 2020,.
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Because of the health care law, you may receive some new forms this winter with information about medical coverage you had or offered you in the past year. The information below is intended to help individuals understand these new forms, including who should expect them and what to do with them.
1. Will I receive new health care forms to help me complete my tax return?
From the beginning of each year, you may receive one or more forms with information about medical coverage that you had or offered to you during the previous year. Similar to forms W-2 and 1099, which include information about income received, these new health care forms provide information you may need to file your return for individuals. Like Forms W-2 and 1099, these new forms will be provided to the IRS by the entity that provides the form to you.
The new forms are:
descriptionForm 1095-A, Statement of the Medical Insurance Market (in English). The Medical Insurance Market (Market) sends this form to individuals who signed up for coverage through this one, with information about the coverage, who was covered, and when. This form 1095-A is necessary to present it at the time of making your statement.
descriptionForm 1095-B, Medical Coverage (in English). Health insurance providers (for example, health insurance companies) send this form to the individuals they cover, with information about who was covered and when.
descriptionForm 1095-C, Employer-Provided Medical Insurance Offer and Coverage. Certain employers send this form to certain employees, with information about the type of coverage offered. Employers who offer medical coverage called "self-insured coverage" send this form to covered individuals with information about who was covered and when.
2. When will I receive these health care tax forms?
The deadline for the Market to provide the Form 1095-A is the 1st of February of each year. The deadline for insurers, other coverage providers and certain employers to provide the 1095-B and 1095-C forms was extended through March 31 of each year.
3. Should I wait to receive these forms to present?
If you expect to receive a Form 1095-A, you must wait to receive it to file your tax return However, it is not necessary to wait for the 1095-B or 1095-C forms to file.
Some taxpayers may not receive a 1095-B or 1095-C form by the time they are ready to file their tax return. While the information on these forms can help you prepare the return, they are not necessary.
Just like the previous year, taxpayers can prepare and file their return with other available information about their medical coverage. You should not include any of these forms on your tax return.
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