It’s almost tax season and we want to make sure you’re ready. This post will provide you with the information you need to know how to call the IRS. These IRS phone numbers include resources for self-employed, as well as some scams to avoid.
The Mileage Rate 2016 is important for anybody looking for a driving-related deduction. This is also often called the Standard Mileage Rate and is worth 54 cents per mile for business-related drives in 2016. The federal mileage rate 2016 is:
- 54 cents per mile for business mileage
- 19 cents per mile for medical mileage or moving
- 14 cents per mile for charity miles.
It’s tax season and that means a few things: paying your taxes and maybe getting a refund. If you’ve already filed and get an IRS tax refund, you’re likely asking “Where’s my refund?” Luckily, you can find this out in less than five minutes.
The IRS has recently announced that it has over $1 billion in unclaimed refunds for the 2013 tax year due to an estimated 1 million taxpayers who failed to file tax returns for that year. Here’s how to see if you’re owed an unclaimed IRS refund.