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How to Complete Non-profits Form 990 Schedule A

We all know that charitable non-profits do not have to pay federal taxes, but they need to file the information with IRS. In such scenarios form, 990 comes into play. By filing form 990, non-profit assure their businesses consistency with public responsibilities. Let us dive into detail about form 990 and ways to complete it. IRS Form 990 The tax-exempt organizations employ Form 990 and file it each year with the IRS. The charitable non-profits fall on...

How to Claim a Tax Refund for Stolen or Destroyed Vehicles with Form 8849

Form 2290 that pertains to the heavy vehicle use tax, allows the vehicle owners to pay for the taxes of the vehicles. If the vehicle is stolen, sold, or destroyed during the tax year, then it is possible to claim credits on the tax paid on the vehicle with the help of Form 8849. The amount that will be repaid will depend on the incidence, whether the vehicle was destroyed, sold, or stolen. But the claim made...

What You Need To Know About IRS Form 990 Filing Requirements for Charities

Though organizations fall under exemption of federal tax payment, they are responsible for reporting their IRS activities annually. The IRC has all the necessary details required by the IRS. Organizations that utilize form 990 fall under exemption of tax categories mentioned in section 527, section 501(c), and section 4947(a) of IRC.  The organizations are categorized and fall under non-exempt charitable trust or political organization and charitable organizations. Private organizations do not have to follow form 990 as...

Due Date Postponement on Certain Federal Tax Returns and Payments

Concerning the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the President of the United States has issued an emergency declaration on March 13th, 2020 with regards to the relief in the tax deadlines of Americans, who have been affected by the pandemic. According to this notice, the taxpayers are offered certain relaxations concerning the Federal tax payments and Federal tax returns under section 7508A of the Internal Revenue Code. Section 7508A renders the secretary of the Treasure to postpone the time...

Corporate, Partnership, C-Corporation, an S-Corporation Tax Return Extension Due Dates

Entrepreneurs may be busy with so much on their plates as tax return deadlines are approaching. The IRS has started and swarming by accepting tax returns for 2020. It is a perfect time to ensure if you are aware of the deadlines approaching for tax filing.  Businesses have many categories, and hence navigating in detail and completing the tax return process is an ideal choice. Here are a few details about the business and their extension due...

When to Prepare and e-File a Tax Extension 4868 Form?

Tax deadlines are creeping up to you, So filing a tax extension is the right choice. The due date for filing an individual tax return for 2020 is May 17, 2021. Your deadline is until mid-July for payment of taxes without penalties. People busy with a family emergency, school, travel, etc. can request a file extension for up to six months. A tax extension is possible by filing form 4868 to the IRS. When to file a...

Business Tax Return Due Dates for 2021 | Business Taxes Deadline

Tax due dates for various Business types in 2021 S-corporation tax returns on IRS Form 1120- S:15thMarch, 2021 C-corporation tax returns on IRS Form 1120: for year-end corporations, the due date is 15th April 2021. Partnership tax returns on IRS Form 1065 along with the Schedule K-1s: 15th March 2021 Single-member LLC and Sole Proprietorship returns on the Schedule C: 15th April 2021 Tax Extension Due dates for Business Tax Returns in 2021 S-corporation tax extension due date...