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How Far Back Can the IRS Look for Unfiled Taxes?

by: Lisa Sefcik

If you haven't filed a tax return in many years or if you neglected to file a return for a particular year, you have good reason to worry. When it comes to looking for unfiled taxes, the Internal Revenue Service can look as far back in your history ...
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How to Calculate IRS Interest

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How do I Calculate Backpay Taxes?

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California Out of State Income Tax Laws

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Where to Get a Copy of Federal Tax Form 1040

by: K. Lynn Wallace

Tax time can be stressful, and dealing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) causes anxiety in almost everyone. Obtaining the forms to complete your taxes can be done easily by visiting the RS website, by visiting a local library, or by ...
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What Is IRS Form 8879?

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How to Reverse Calculate GST

GST is a tax in Canada on sales of goods and services. The GST rate as of December 15, 2010 is 5%. All tax calculations are similar, where you ...

How Long Do You Keep Tax Records?

by: Claire Gillespie

Keep tax records until the period of limitations for that tax return has expired. Generally, the period of limitations is three years from the tax return due date. The period is longer if you file a claim for worthless securities or file an ...
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What Is the Tax Classification on a W9 Form?

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What Receipts Should You Keep for Your Taxes?

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