More than $23 million MO Refunds About to Expire

More than $23 million MO Refunds About to Expire

More than $23 million MO Refunds About to Expire

"That's why when people come in with multiple year returns we want to get the '14 done first because that is of urgency". For example, a single person with three or more children could qualify for the EITC if they made less than $46,997.

The IRS estimates the midpoint for the potential refunds for 2014 to be $847; half of the refunds are more than $847 and half are less. You'll have to get approval - the IRS says a taxpayer's specific circumstances will determine what plan options are available.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act requires various taxpayers that have untaxed foreign earnings and profits to pay a tax as if those earnings and profits had been repatriated to the‎ United States.

And be wary of high interest rates if you are offered a loan in advance of your refund, the governor said.

On its website, the FTC states that tax identity theft accounted for about 20 percent of all identity theft complaints in 2017.

If you do receive an erroneous check or refund in your account - don't spend that money.

In a different scam, criminals are using imposter tax preparation sites and phone numbers to steal peoples' personal information.

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They're at it again... tax scammers scheming new ways to steal personal information and money.

A part-time data entry clerk stole tax returns she was working on and used the information to file fraudulent tax returns requesting large refunds.

The IRS said that's the alias for a fake debt collection company, which claims to be acting on behalf of the agency.

To collect the money, these taxpayers must file their 2014 tax return with the IRS no later than this year's tax deadline, Tuesday, April 17.

Unclaimed federal income tax refunds totaling about $1.1 billion may be waiting for an estimated 1 million taxpayers who did not file a 2014 federal income tax return, according to the Internal Revenue Service.

If you get a phone call from someone claiming to be from the IRS, take note: The agency will never initiate a phone call to a taxpayer, unless they're returning your call. Don't reply to or click on any links in any kinds of messages like this; instead, forward the message to the IRS at phishing@irs.gov so they can investigate it further. The thieves then contact you, often by phone, and - posing as the IRS or debt collectors for the IRS - demand you return the money to the IRS. The recorded voice gives the taxpayer a phony case number and telephone number to call to return the refund.

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