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  • There are times you may need to file a tax extension. You need to fill out the federal income tax filing extension form and mail to the IRS.
    file-a-tax-extension.html

  • Definition of flat tax. Flat tax is income tax which is unlike today's multiple levels of taxation. One of the disadvantages of a flat tax is that flat tax system will have fewer tax deductions.
    flat-tax.html

  • The SSA-1099 tax form is used for reporting social security payments that are taxable. The Form SSA-1099 does not include supplemental social security income (SSI) payments because these are not taxable.
    form-ssa-1099.html

  • All tax payers are permitted to obtain a Free transcript of IRS tax return or the IRS record of account or a transcript of account. The free transcript of IRS tax return can be obtained from the IRS.
    free-transcript-of-irs-tax-return.html

  • About the Freedom of information act (FOIA). Some entities are exempt from the Freedom of information act request rule. The IRS is no exception to the federal Freedom of information act requests rule.
    freedom-of-information-act.html

  • The usual documents tax payers request under the federal Freedom of information act are shown below. The Freedom of information act documents requests are made to the IRS.
    freedom-of-information-act-documents.html

  • There are some Freedom of information act documents exceptions. The IRS is not required to release all documents. Freedom of information act documents exceptions are documents IRS need not disclose.
    freedom-of-information-act-documents-exemptions.html

  • After the IRS receives the Freedom of information act request letter from a tax payer (FOIA request for short), the IRS will decide within 10 days of receipt of the Freedom of information act request:
    freedom-of-information-act-request.html

  • A freedom of information example letter to the IRS. You can use this Freedom of information example letter as a guide when contacting the IRS with regards to your Freedom of information act request.
    freedom-of-information-example-letter.html

  • Gambling losses are tax deductible, but to a certain extent. Gambling losses are more common than gambling winnings so each year many people claim their tax deductions from gambling losses.
    gambling-losses.html

 

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