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Absolutely. In fact you must. Sooner the better obviously, but, late filing isn't even penalized that badly (if at all if you have a reasonable cause excuse), and frequently your doing so will get a refund that you had coming, (filing is different than paying). Note: Since the statute of limitations(the laws about how long you can be audited and assessed for mis-reporting), starts running with the filing of the return, unless you file a return your ALWAYS liable for it. So apply for something from the govt., like social security or such, even years from now...have the computer see a missing filing...get a bill...with all penalties, interests, etc...not that unlikely.
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When to file taxes?

Presumably, you mean Personal Income Tax, normally done on a Form 1040....(others have different times). . April 15 each year is the due date for filing your Federal individual income tax return, if your tax year ends December 31st. Your return is considered filed timely if the envelope is properly addressed and postmarked no later than April 15. If you use a fiscal year (which is a year ending on the last day of any month other than December), your return is due on or before the 15th day of the fourth month after the close of your fiscal year. If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the due date is delayed until the next business day (i.e., Tax Year 2006 is due April 17, 2007).. If you cannot file by the due date of your return, then you can request an extension of time to file. However, an extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay. You will owe interest on any past-due tax and you may be subject to a late-payment penalty if payment is not made timely. To receive an automatic 6-month extension of time to file your return, you can file Form 4868 by the due date of your return. For more information, refer to the Form 4868 Instructions.. If you are a United States citizen or resident, whose home and main place of business or post of duty is outside the United States and Puerto Rico on the due date of your return, you are allowed an automatic extension until June 15, to file your return and pay any tax due. This also applies if you are in military or naval service on duty outside the United States and Puerto Rico.. If you use this automatic extension, you must attach a statement to your return showing that you met the requirements for the extension on the due date of your return.. If a joint return is filed, both husband and wife must sign the return. If your spouse cannot sign because of disease or injury and requests that you sign the return, sign your spouse's name in the proper place followed by the word "by" your signature, followed by the word "husband" or "wife". Be sure to also sign in the space provided for your signature. In addition, you must attach a statement that includes the form number of the return you are filing, the tax year, the reason your spouse cannot sign the return, and that your spouse has agreed to your signing for him or her. If you are the guardian for your spouse who is mentally incompetent, you may sign the return for your spouse, as guardian.. If your spouse cannot sign the return for any other reason, you may sign it only if you are given a valid power of attorney. The document granting you power of attorney should be attached to the return when it is filed. Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative , may be used for this purpose.. If you are filing a return for a minor child who cannot sign the return, sign the child's name followed by the word "by", your signature, and your relationship, such as "parent" or "guardian of minor child".. Be sure to attach the Form W-2 and the Form 1099-R that show Federal income tax withheld to the front of the return. If you are filing Form 1040, be sure to attach all related schedules and forms behind your return in order of the sequence number located in the upper right hand corner of the schedule or form.. If you owe tax, make your check or money order payable to the United States Treasury, and enclose it with your return. On the front of your check or money order, please show your name, address, social security number, daytime phone number, the tax year and type of form you are filing (for example, "2005 Form 1040"). Do not mail cash with your return. You can also use a credit card to pay the tax due by calling 1-800-2paytax (1-800-272-9829) or Link2Gov (1-800-729-1040). Refer to your form instructions for more information.. If you cannot pay the amount owed with the return, refer to Topic 201 , The Collection Process , for more information. . You may want to file electronically! When you file electronically, you usually receive your refund within 3 weeks after the IRS has received your return, even faster if you have it directly deposited into your checking or savings account. Many professional tax return preparers offer electronic filing of tax returns in addition to their return preparation services. A fee may be charged. For more information on electronic filing, click on the e-file logo on the home page of irs.gov..

How do you file your taxes?

maybe you should consider getting a accountant, or even just get one to tell you how to do it

What is the Canadian tax filing deadline?

Midnight, April 30, 2008 You can also file your taxes online. For more information, see the Related Link.

If you don't owe any taxes do you have to file for an extension just to file the paperwork after the April deadline?

No, you don't need to file an extension if you don't owe the IRS any money. You only need to file an extension if you need more time to pay. The current law is you have three years to file for a refund and after that you forfeit it to the IRS. The IRS does not charge penalties to people that are owed refunds even if they are filing after due date (usually April 15). Just make sure you file within the 3 years. But if you owe money, even if you file an extension, if you do NOT pay by April 15, then you will owe interest and penalties on the money you owe. The extension is form 4868 and can be filed online through IRS.gov e-file, or by mailing in the form. The extension is NOT an extension for time to PAY, it is just an extension for time to file. Even if you are owed a refund, the IRS says that you are "required" to file if you made over the standard deduction. But in all reality, if they owe you money, they don't want to see you get it. If they owe you money, they don't care when or if you file, but they do like to keep tabs on you. There will be no penalties.

Is there a deadline to file a probate after death?

There is no deadline to file for probate after death. The named executor has a legal obligation to offer it for probate, but there is no statute of limitation for failure to do so.

When is the deadline to file a lien in Washington State?

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When can you file taxes?

Presumably, you mean Personal Income Tax, normally done on a Form 1040....(others have different times). April 15 each year is the due date for filing your Federal individual income tax return, if your tax year ends December 31st. Your return is considered filed timely if the envelope is properly addressed and postmarked no later than April 15. If you use a fiscal year (which is a year ending on the last day of any month other than December), your return is due on or before the 15th day of the fourth month after the close of your fiscal year. If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the due date is delayed until the next business day (i.e., Tax Year 2006 is due April 17, 2007). If you cannot file by the due date of your return, then you can request an extension of time to file. However, an extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay. You will owe interest on any past-due tax and you may be subject to a late-payment penalty if payment is not made timely. To receive an automatic 6-month extension of time to file your return, you can file Form 4868 by the due date of your return. For more information, refer to the Form 4868 Instructions. If you are a United States citizen or resident, whose home and main place of business or post of duty is outside the United States and Puerto Rico on the due date of your return, you are allowed an automatic extension until June 15, to file your return and pay any tax due. This also applies if you are in military or naval service on duty outside the United States and Puerto Rico. If you use this automatic extension, you must attach a statement to your return showing that you met the requirements for the extension on the due date of your return. If a joint return is filed, both husband and wife must sign the return. If your spouse cannot sign because of disease or injury and requests that you sign the return, sign your spouse's name in the proper place followed by the word "by" your signature, followed by the word "husband" or "wife". Be sure to also sign in the space provided for your signature. In addition, you must attach a statement that includes the form number of the return you are filing, the tax year, the reason your spouse cannot sign the return, and that your spouse has agreed to your signing for him or her. If you are the guardian for your spouse who is mentally incompetent, you may sign the return for your spouse, as guardian. If your spouse cannot sign the return for any other reason, you may sign it only if you are given a valid power of attorney. The document granting you power of attorney should be attached to the return when it is filed. Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative , may be used for this purpose. If you are filing a return for a minor child who cannot sign the return, sign the child's name followed by the word "by", your signature, and your relationship, such as "parent" or "guardian of minor child". Be sure to attach the Form W-2 and the Form 1099-R that show Federal income tax withheld to the front of the return. If you are filing Form 1040, be sure to attach all related schedules and forms behind your return in order of the sequence number located in the upper right hand corner of the schedule or form. If you owe tax, make your check or money order payable to the United States Treasury, and enclose it with your return. On the front of your check or money order, please show your name, address, social security number, daytime phone number, the tax year and type of form you are filing (for example, "2005 Form 1040"). Do not mail cash with your return. You can also use a credit card to pay the tax due by calling 1-800-2paytax (1-800-272-9829) or Link2Gov (1-800-729-1040). Refer to your form instructions for more information. If you cannot pay the amount owed with the return, refer to Topic 201 , The Collection Process , for more information. You may want to file electronically! When you file electronically, you usually receive your refund within 3 weeks after the IRS has received your return, even faster if you have it directly deposited into your checking or savings account. Many professional tax return preparers offer electronic filing of tax returns in addition to their return preparation services. A fee may be charged. For more information on electronic filing, click on the e-file logo on the home page of irs.gov.

When can you file your taxes?

You really can't even try to file until February 15th. Prior to that date you must make every reasonable effort to obtain a W-2 from your employer, who is required to mail or otherwise deliver your W-2 to you no later than January 31st.. Also, you need any of the other forms (like 1099, from banks, etc), and if you do file withhout them, there are additional forms you need to provide so the IRS can find out why whoever was to provide them didn't. Obviously this can delay the processing of your return....and if the amounts you showed don't exactly match what is filed (and employers frequently have some year end changes that will make your last stub in accurate), you would have to file an amended return to correct it...or expect nasty-grams!. Finally, if your wanting to do so early because you have a large refund coming...especially if that is common for you...you should file a new Form W-9, to change the amount of withholding being done so your not always having too much taken out of your check through the year.

What is the deadline for filing individual income tax returns?

Understanding, filing and paying are 2 different things.. You must pay, through withholding or estimated payments, through the year (basically at least quarterly). The amount you have paid in MUST meet certain thresholds or you will pay a (frequently substantial) penalty and interest later.. Returns - the filing - squaring up your estimated payments to your actual amount needed, is due - as always April 15 (+a day for legal holidays weekends or such if needed). Extensions of when to file are easy and automatic, for up to 6 months (again when to file, not to pay...any underpayment will be charged even with an extesnion of when to file).

When is the deadline for taxes if you do not owe?

Generally you have three years in which to file a tax return for a refund. After three years, the IRS refund statute doesn't allow for issuing a refund. The three years starts on the due date of the original return for the particular tax year. . For more information, go to www.irs.gov/taxtopics for Topic 153 (What to Do if You Haven't Filed Your Tax Return).

What amendment states that the deadline to file your federal income tax return for the previous year is April 15?

That like most things, would be found in the US Laws, not an amendment to the Constitution. The laws of the land, which like any, are found within a general area of similar laws...here the Internal Revenue Code - which has many, many levels and parts...Statutes being another...and case law from the whole division of courts that cases involving these laws are heard at...Tax Court (like criminal court hears criminal cases and traffic court hears traffic ones), all of whihc are passed by vote by the elected members of Congress and signed inot law by the President. The "new" economic recovery package is part of that law...it changes how the Code reads... it could have changed when returns are due...and for some types of returns in fact it did !. Obviously, no amendment, or even law says that federal income tax returns are due by 4/15...because...in many, many, many cases, they aren't! They are due 3.5 months after the end of the fiscal year for a individual taxpayer (and most, but not all have a calendar same as fiscal year end), other (non-individuals, like Corporations) are due 2.5 months after year end (so even those with a calendar equal to fiscal (most don't) would be due 3/15). Death and many other circumstances make the dates for filing different yet. Etc.. The 16th amendment to the constituton deals with allowing income taxes, it reads:. Amendment XVI . The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states, and without regard to any census or enumeration.

What is the deadline for filing a claim against an estate?

The deadline for filing claims against estates depends on the laws of the state of probate. There are two considerations to keep in mind. . First, at the very least, the claim must be brought before any applicable statute of limitations expires. If the claim is unenforceable against the decedent had he /she lived, then it is not enforceable against the estate. . Second, many states have laws or rules that state that have procedural time periods for presenting claims against an estate; however, failure to do so might not result in a denial of the claim for missing that deadline. This type of deadline is a procedural one. It allows the executor to determine the debts of the estate for estate and inheritance tax purposes and to let executors distribute the estate without waiting for a legal statute of limitations to expire. All this means is that executors should not give estate assets to beneficiaries before this procedural period expires, or executors would be liable for payment if they could not get money back from beneficiaries. . Also, at least in New Jersey, if a legitimate claim comes in after the procedural period but before final distribution is made, the debt still has to be paid out of the estate.

How do you request an extension of the deadline for filing your tax return?

You can get an automatic six-month extension of the deadline for filing your income tax return. To request an extension, submit Form 4868 (Application for Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return). It's important to remember that the extension gives you extra time for getting your tax return in order for the IRS. But it doesn't extend the time you have to pay tax due (if you're not getting a refund). Any amount not paid by the April deadline is assessed interest. A late payment penalty is charged if you haven't paid at least 90 percent of your total tax by the April deadline. If your return is completed but you can't pay the full amount of tax due, the IRS wants you to file your return on time and pay as much as you can at that time.

If no taxes are taken out do you have to file taxes?

Filing and paying are 2 different things. You are required to pay as you make money, that is commonly done as you work, by your employer "withholding". But many types of income, and many people, don't get income from an employer. They still have to pay tax....and file a return. Most people who have money withheld from their employer have TOO MUCH money withheld. Filing the return get them that amount back...a refund. Still they MUST file the return. Federal Taxes are the same throughout the country. State tax laws are specific to each area. Whether you have to file a tax return (or pay tax) depends, in part, on your filing status, deductions, amount & type of income. There are no such things as "start and stop" ages, not having to pay because of retirement or on social security or working from home or a student. It is all addressed as a matter of"how much TAXABLE income." (Note: working isn't relevant either, as many people who don't work or are retired, or disabled, or old, or young, or in school, have income from many sources: savings, investments, etc. TAXABLE income is different than what you may otherwise think of as income. In most circumstances, you have to do many of the calculations needed to file a return, just to determine what taxable income may be). Likewise, there are no special or fixed rates for retired, student, doctor, sanitation worker, President, convict...whatever. The amount of taxable income after applicable deductions and adjustments determines the rate applied to your particular situation. The rate, as well as the amount, you pay changes as the amount of income does. You must file a tax return if you had net earnings from self-employment of $400 or more. This is your total self-employment income less the expenses paid in operating your trade or business, multiplied by 92.35%. If you weren't self-employed (meaning paid on a 1099 or ran your own business) then you would always want to file a return to claim the amount withheld and shown on your W-2. Which with lower incomes will always be refunded to you. If you are an individual who may be claimed as a dependent on another person's return, you are subject to specific filing requirements. Refer to the instructions in your tax package or refer to Publication 929, Tax Rules for Children and Dependents, or Publication 501, Exemptions, Standard Deduction, and Filing Information, for the filing requirements for dependents. All available at www.IRS.gov You must file a tax return if you received any amount of advance earned income credit payments from your employer during the year, or if you owe any taxes, such as: . social security tax and Medicare tax on tips or group life insurance, . alternative minimum tax, . tax on qualified retirement plans including an Individual Retirement Account, or other tax-favored account, . tax from recapture of an education credit, investment credit, low income housing credit, federal mortgage subsidy, qualified electric vehicle credit, or the native American employment credit. Generally, you must file a tax return if you are a nonresident alien with income from sources in the United States. For more information on nonresident aliens, select Topic 851 at the IRS website. Even if you are not required to file a tax return, file a return BECAUSE MANY, LOW INCOME PEOPLE HAVE MANY BENEFITS COMING THAT ARE KEYED TO FILING A RETURN. (Like stimulus checks). Also, the Statute of Limitations for when the IRS can no longer ask you questions about your affairs for a year only STARTS to run when a return is filed. Not filing, and they can bug you, (and assess a tax) for forever! You can file for free at the www.irs.gov site too! See http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i1040ez.pdf.

What if you cannot pay your taxes by the deadline?

FILE YOUR RETURN ON TIME ANYWAY. The federal penalty for not filing your return on time is TEN TIMES as much as the penalty for filing but not paying. The penalty for not paying is 0.5% of the unpaid balance for each month or partial month that a balance remains unpaid. In addition there is interest at a rate that is set quarterly. The current interest rate is 4% per year. There may be different penalties for state taxes. Pay as much as you can. You can charge your taxes to a credit card here: http://www.officialpayents.com or http://www.pay1040.com There is a 2.49% service charge, but otherwise the payments are treated as ordinary purchases on your credit card. If you don't have a credit card, pay as much as you can when you file. If the amount left over is small, you can string the IRS along for a while (maybe until the end of the year) if you send them a payment of some sort each time they send you a bill. Penalties and interest will continue to accumulate. If the bill is so large that you won't be able to pay it off in a reasonable time, don't try to string the IRS along. Instead, apply for an installment agreement now: http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=108347,00.html

Is the tax deadline a postmark deadline?

If the IRS receives your return or payment after the deadline date but it is postmarked on or before the deadline date, then it is considered to have been filed on time.

What are the Postal Service hours on the tax deadline day?

They vary all over the place. Postal hours are a local decision. Fewer and fewer post offices are open late year after year. The best place to find out is to check the web sites of your local newspapers and TV stations.

What is the deadline for a 1040x tax form?

There is no deadline. However after a certain point you won't be eligible for a refund or to make certain elections. And after a certain point, the IRS may not be able to collect on a non-fraudulent error you made, but you are welcome to pay anyway just in case you are being considered for a cabinet position. If you did something fraudulent and want to come clean, it is best to get the 1040X filed before the IRS starts investigating. If you forgot to claim a deduction, you have until three years after the original due date of the return (assuming you filed on time and didn't make any payments after the due date). You have seven years to claim a worthless security or a bad debt. If you want to recharacterize an IRA contribution or take a corrective distribution, you have until the extended due date of your return (assuming you filed on time or filed an extension on time). If you want to switch from a joint return to a separate return, the deadline is the original due date of your return. There are a lot of different deadlines for a lot of different problems. You are always free to file, but it may or may not do you any good.

Why do you have to file taxes?

First off of course is because it is the law.. But really, becasue you are a memebr of society and want and more than that need the things government provides...all of which are funded by taxes .

Deadlines to appeal taxes?

Depends on the type of tax and jurisdicition...and a number of other things, like when you filed, if at all, etc.

What is the deadline to appeal property taxes?

Typically you cannot appeal property taxes, but you can appeal the property assessment. The property tax is the result of a tax rate being levied against the assessed value, usually at a rate per $100 or per $1,000 of the assessed value. The deadline for appealing your property tax varies by state tax law provision in the United States. The deadline can even vary by city and county within a state. The local assessor is your best source of information for this and other important tax assessment deadlines. When real property is reassessed a notice of assessment is typically mailed that informs property owners of the deadlines for appealing the assessment.

When is the tax deadline for 2010?

Generally tax returns are due by April 15th. If April 15th falls on a weekend, then the deadline is extended to the next business day. The deadline for 2009 returns is April 15, 2010 .

Who has to file taxes?

A dependent on another taxpayer income tax return with unearned income interest, dividends, capital gains, rental income, taxable social security benefits, unemployment compensation, gambling winning and misc income, etc of more than 950 must file an income tax return and report all worldwide income on the 1040 tax return. A self employed taxpayer would be required to file an income tax return if business operation had any gross income amount. If the business has a net profit over 400 the business would have to file and pay the social security and Medicare taxes that would be due plus any income tax that may be due after adding the net profit to all other gross income on the 1040 tax form and the amounts would be subject to income tax at the taxpayer marginal tax rates. The must file an income tax return requirement for the year 2009 would be in the 2009 1040 instruction book starting on page 7 through 9 and the book is available at the IRS gov website and using the search box for 1040 and choosing instructions. Filing Requirements Do You Have To File

When is the employer W2 deadline for the 2010 tax year?

Monday, February 1, 2010 Employers are normally required to deliver or mail/postmark employee copies of W-2 forms by January 31, 2010. However, since the 31st falls on a Sunday in 2010, the IRS has made Monday, February 1 the deadline. You can request an extension. Employer's "red ink" Copy A should be submitted to the IRS by February 28. But again, since this falls on a Sunday, the new due date is March 1, 2010. There are penalties for filing late. To read all the official information about W-2, click on the Related Link. Note: If the employer does not provide a W-2 to employees (perhaps they are no longer in business), an employee can file their own W-2 with the SSA to make sure they get credit for Social Security Benefits when they retire.

Is there a deadline to file for unemployment for the first time?

Yes. The longer you wait after losing your job, the less benefits you'll receive because they will not let the base period go back retroactively. You will also find out, when you file, how much you will get and what you need to qualify. Sign up, soon.

Do have to file taxes if you are filing bankruptcy?

Yes, you do. And any tax refund may have to be given to the trustee.

Which amendment deadline to file your federal income tax return?

You have 3 years from the tax deadline to file an amendment for that year. For example, the tax deadline to file your 2009 taxes is April 15, 2010. You have until April 15, 2013 to file an amendment for that year.

What is the deadline for filing taxes if you don't owe money?

As an individual taxpayer filing a 1040 federal income tax return and you do NOT have any income tax liability and OWE any income taxes on your correctly completed income tax return the final date to file would be October 15 2010.

Do you have to pay taxes by deadline if your getting a refund?

Not when you are due a refund you can file the 2009 tax year income tax return at any time within the next 3 years to claim any refund amount that you are due. After April 15, 2013 any refund that you may have been due will be lost and no longer available to you.

What is the deadline for 8000 homebuyer tax credit?

Homebuyers who purchase by April 30, 2010, and settle by June 30, 2010, may be eligible for a credit of up to $8,000. Documentation requirements apply. Go to the IRS gov web site and use the search box for the first-time homebuyer page for more information. Go to the IRS gov web site and use the search box for Click on the below related link

What do you do if you get a tax for 1099 that you did not expect after the deadline for filing taxes?

To correct an error on the original filed income tax return you will have to use the 1040X Amended Individual Income tax return available by going to the IRS gov web site and using the search box for 1040X File a separate Form 1040X for each year you are amending. Mail each form in a separate envelope. Be sure to indicate the year of the return you are amending on the front of Form 1040X. The 1040X form now has just one column where the Correct Amount is the only figure entered, making it easier to make changes to previously filed returns. There is an area on the front of the form to explain why you are filing Form 1040X. Generally, to claim a refund, Form 1040X must be filed within 3 years from the date of your original return or within 2 years from the date you paid the tax, whichever is later. Returns filed before the due date (without regard to extensions) are considered filed on the due date. Attach copies of any forms or schedules that are being changed as a result of the amendment including any Forms W-2 received after the original return was filed. The correctly filled out 1040X amended individual income tax return will have to be mailed to the correct IRS address and you can find the address in the instructions for the 1040 tax form. Normal processing time for Forms 1040X is 8 to 12 weeks from the IRS receipt date. Please Note: Your state tax liability may be affected by a change made on your federal return. For information on how to correct your state tax return, contact your state tax agency.

What do you do if you get a form 1099 that you did not expect after the deadline for filing taxes?

To correct an error on the original filed income tax return you will have to use the 1040X Amended Individual Income tax return available by going to the IRS gov web site and using the search box for 1040X File a separate Form 1040X for each year you are amending. Mail each form in a separate envelope. Be sure to indicate the year of the return you are amending on the front of Form 1040X. The 1040X form now has just one column where the Correct Amount is the only figure entered, making it easier to make changes to previously filed returns. There is an area on the front of the form to explain why you are filing Form 1040X. Generally, to claim a refund, Form 1040X must be filed within 3 years from the date of your original return or within 2 years from the date you paid the tax, whichever is later. Returns filed before the due date (without regard to extensions) are considered filed on the due date. Attach copies of any forms or schedules that are being changed as a result of the amendment including any Forms W-2 received after the original return was filed. The correctly filled out 1040X amended individual income tax return will have to be mailed to the correct IRS address and you can find the address in the instructions for the 1040 tax form. Normal processing time for Forms 1040X is 8 to 12 weeks from the IRS receipt date. Please Note: Your state tax liability may be affected by a change made on your federal return. For information on how to correct your state tax return, contact your state tax agency. Click on the below related links

What is the deadline for filing 990-ez?

If you do not file your e-Postcard on time, the IRS will send you a reminder notice but you will not be assessed a penalty for late filing the e-Postcard. However, an organization that fails to file required e-Postcards (or information returns -- Forms 990 or 990-EZ) for three consecutive years will automatically lose its tax-exempt status . The revocation of the organization's tax-exempt status will not take place until the filing due date of the third year. Due Date of the e-Postcard The e-Postcard is due every year by the 15th day of the 5th month after the close of your tax year . For example, if your tax year ended on December 31, the e-Postcard is due May 15 of the following year. You cannot file the e-Postcard until after your tax year ends. Use the search box at the IRS gov web site for 990-EZ Click on the below related link

Is there a deadline for filing Schedule M?

Schedule M FORM of the 1040 income return for the making work pay tax credit has to be filed with your 2009 federal income tax return.

Is this correct grammar Election Filing Deadline Has Past?

Your question is unclear. Is this a headline? Or are you trying to create a sentence? If this is a headline (for example, in a newspaper), then may I suggest the following: Election-filing deadline has passed You should not use "past"; you need to use "passed". And you should use a hyphen for a compound modifier such as "election-filing".

What is the deadline date of filing the LET exam?

First Timer : October 3, 2011 to January 13, 2012 Repeater : October 3, 2011 to January 06, 2012 .

What is the deadline for filing a federal tax return for the previous tax year if you have been granted an extension?

For the 2009 1040 federal income tax return the due date with theapproved extension is October 15 2010 and if you qualify you canstill file it online for free by going to the IRS gov website anduse the search box for Free File Prepare and file your federal income taxes online it's easy andit's free!

What is the deadline to pay income taxes?

In the US, generally speaking, the bulk of the tax due (exactly how this is defined is complicated, but generally you're okay as long as you paid at least as much by the end of the year as you had to pay the year prior) is supposed to have been paid prior to the end of the year, and any remainder is due at the time the taxes are filed, which could be as late as April 15th.

When is the deadline to file Michigan state taxes?

The deadline for filing State tax in Michigan is the same date as the deadline for filing Federal tax.

What is the deadline for submitting the 1040 tax form?

The deadline for submitting a 1040 tax form, without a pre-requested extension, is April 15 at midnight. Your forms must be postmarked before that time to avoid late fees.

What is the deadline for income tax filing?

The deadline this year was to be April 15. However, the IRS extended this deadline to the 18th this year. It is possible to get an extension that could allow you to file as late as October.

Can you get a tax refund if you filed 9 months after deadline?

Yes. You can actually file for a refund for the current year and two years previous. Right now you can file for a refund on tax years 2008, 2009, and 2010. You can also file for a refund on 2007 if and only if you filed for an extension in 2007 which gives you until October 15th to file for the 2007 refund. If you did not file an extension in 2007 then your time to request a refund expired on April 15th.

How do you file taxes when taxes were not with held?

You file taxes just as you normally would. The only problem is that you may end up having to pay the IRS a large tax bill after you file. When you're entering the information from your W-2 or 1099, you will just leave blank the sections where it asks you for the amount of tax that was withheld from your wages, as those boxes will be blank on the forms you receive from your employer. Unless you are exempt from withholding, it's a good idea to have money withheld from your paychecks. Your withholding for the year should more or less equal your tax liability. You can adjust your withholding by adjusting the number of allowances you claim.

What is tax filing?

A tax return is a form (paper or online) on which you: . report details of your taxable income, and any capital gains if appropriate . claim tax allowances and tax reliefs. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) may issue a tax return to you each tax year. The tax year runs from 6 April one year to 5 April the next. If you receive a tax return, the law says you must fill it in. HMRC uses the information on your tax return to work out your tax bill or work out whether you are due a tax refund.

What happens if you don't file taxes by the deadline?

If you don't file your taxes and are due a refund, the U.S. Treasury simply keeps your "donation." However, if you owe additional tax, file your return right away. The penalties for not filing are much higher than the penalties for not paying, and the longer you wait, the worse it gets. Please see the related link for information on the penalties for not meeting the deadline.

Do you need to file your taxes before the FAFSA deadline?

Yes, you will need your tax information, or your parent's taxinformation, to fill out the FAFSA.

What is the 2013 deadline for individual income tax returns?

The 2013 deadline for filing individual income tax returns will be Monday, April 15. However, if one lives outside of the US, the deadline is June 15. This applies to those filing from Puerto Rico, also.

If you work in USA for a while but then go to Europe for few months past tax filing deadline can you just file online from there?

It depends on how late you are with the tax return. You cannot file returns for past years online and they must be filed by mail. I would recommend that you file the return as soon as possible in order to stop any penalties and interest from accruing further.

Are there deadlines on filing the complaint?

Yes there are deadlines for filing complaints. They are called Statutes of Limitations and they vary by jurisdiction.

What do I do if I missed the October 15 deadline for filing my taxes?

You are still required to file your return even if you missed the last deadline. I suggest that you file the return as soon as possible. If you owe additional taxes, you will be penalized and will pay interest on what you owe for not filing in a timely manner but it will only get worse. The penalties and interest are not too bad with interest rates as low as they are now. Even if you can't pay all that is due you still can stop some of the penalties by filing now. If you do not owe additional taxes you will not even have a penalty after October 15th. If you don't file the return the IRS will have no choice but to use the information they have on file to file the return for you. This means it will be filed as Single with dependents and no deductions. If you file it will probably be better than what they file in your place.