The Indiana Department of Revenue is reminding Hoosiers to be honest when filing their taxes. DOR officials say they’ve already seen taxpayers try to claim income that wasn’t earned, overstate their deductions, or falsely claim credits.Continue reading
The 2018 tax season is officially underway. Taxpayers can now file their income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service. Continue reading
Free tax help is available to some low-income taxpayers. People making $54,000 or less, as well as those with disabilities, the elderly, and those speaking limited amounts of English, are eligible for free help through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
The 2018 tax season is about to get underway, and the Indiana Department of Revenue has a few tips to help save you some money. Taxpayers with an adjusted gross income of $66,000 or less may file for free, with the INfreefile program. The Department of Revenue expects that almost 2 million Hoosiers will qualify for free filing this year.
It’s never too late to pay your taxes, according to the Indiana Department of Revenue. State officials remind residents that if they filed a federal return, they need to file a state return, as well.
The income tax filing deadline is less than two weeks away. Many taxpayers may be rushing to complete paperwork to make the filing deadline which can lead to common errors.
The Internal Revenue Service urges taxpayers to slow down and take time to fill out required forms correctly. If forms are not completed correctly, it will likely take the IRS more time to process the paperwork.