FORM 1040

IRS Form 1040 is the standard individual income tax return form for United States taxpayers. While this is one of the most common forms taxpayers encounter, it can be complicated…

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FORM 1040-SS

IRS Form 1040-SS is a tax return form that is filed by those that are self-employed in the United States. Form 1040-SS impacts taxpayers residing in the U.S. Virgin Islands,…

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FORM 1040-X

IRS Form 1040X is used to correct mistakes on tax forms such as not including income from a W-2 or a 1099 form. This form can amend IRS Forms 1040,…

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FORM 1098

IRS Form 1098 must be used by those who, in their business, receive $600 of mortgage interest or more during the course of a calendar year. Those who receive this…

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FORM 1098-T

IRS Form 1098-T is a common form used by students to report finances related to their tuition. This form is used to inform the student and the IRS of any…

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FORM 1099-R

IRS Form 1099-R is meant for reporting any income received in the form of distributions from pensions, annuities, retirement or profit-sharing plans, IRAs, insurance contracts and other similar financial programs.…

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FORM 2555

IRS Form 2555, which should always been attached to form 1040, is intended for the reporting of Foreign Earned Income. Among other information, taxpayers using this form need to submit…

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FORM 2555-EZ

IRS Form 2555-EZ can be used by qualifying taxpayers who would otherwise have to use IRS Form 2555 to exclude part of their earned foreign income from IRS Form 1040.…

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FORM 433-A

IRS Form 433-A is a form filled out by a taxpayer who has been asked by the IRS to provide financial information in order that the IRS can begin to…

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FORM 433-D

IRS Form 433-D is one of the many forms used to set taxpayers up with a tax resolution. This particular form is used to apply for an Installment Agreement, which…

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FORM 56

IRS Form 56 must be filled out by those who want to represent another taxpayer as a fiduciary. The difference between filing IRS Form 56 and a Power of Attorney…

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FORM 656-B, OFFER IN COMPROMISE (OIC)

An offer in compromise (offer) is an agreement between you (the taxpayer) and the IRS that settles a tax debt for less than the full amount owed…

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FORM 843

IRS Form 843 is used by taxpayers who are trying to seek penalty abatement, or removal, from the IRS due to a mistake made by the agency. Filling out and…

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FORM 8863

IRS Form 8863 is used to claim the American opportunity education credit and/or the lifetime leaning credit. The first education credit on IRS Form 8863 is a refundable credit which…

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FORM 940

IRS Form 940 is a form primarily used by employers to pay the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) tax when they pay more than $1,500 of wages to employees during…

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FORM 944

IRS Form 944 is a form filled out by employers to submit their annual federal tax returns to the government. This form must be filed by businesses that have been…

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FORM W-2

IRS Form W-2 is one of the most common tax forms an individual may receive. This form is sent to taxpayers after the fiscal year ends if they have earned…

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SCHEDULE 8812

Schedule 8812 is used by taxpayers who wish to claim a child tax credit on their tax return. Schedule 8812 cannot be filed by itself and must be filed with…

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W4

Complete Form W-4 so that your employer can withhold the correct federal income tax from your pay…

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FORM 4506-T

Use this form to order a transcript or other return information free of charge, or designate…

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FORM 1099 MISC

File this form for each person to whom you have paid various income during the year….

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Publication 17

File this form for each person to whom you have paid various income during the year….

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