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You remember you hit the snooze button on preparing your 2014 return in April and filed an extension. As you put the chips and salsa in the car, scenes...

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You may not be feeling the groove just yet. It’s been a long winter, and you are hoping that maybe the deep freeze caused the IRS to forget about you this year.

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The IRS generally won’t look for you unless you owe them money. If you don’t file for a refund within 3 years of the original due date of the return...

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The Capital

Some of the more popular tax breaks the bill would have extended are the tuition and fees deduction; the state and local sales tax deduction...

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Here are some simple tips to help you reduce your audit risk: Proofread your tax return A mistake on just one figure or item can present IRS audit flags…

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