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Did you know that there are events in life that may have a significant tax impact?

Many times we experience significant life events that have a tax impact too! This page is designed to help you while explaining to individuals the tax impact of these events.

Taxpayer Rights

From Birth through Childhood

Marriage

Divorce or Separations

Job Loss or Starting a new Career or Job

Disasters and Casualties

Persons with Disabilities

Planning for Retirement?

Mutual Fund Distributions

First-time Home Owner

Moving?

Bankruptcy

Decedents

  • Publication 559, Survivors, Executors and Administrators
  • Form 56, Notice Concerning Fiduciary Relationship
  • Form 1310, Statement of Person Claiming Refund Due a Deceased Taxpayer
  • Form 4810, Request For Prompt Assessment Under Internal Revenue Code Section 6501(d)

Did you receive a Notice?

Filing or paying late - Information Taxpayers should know!

Many people today need more time to prepare their federal tax return. They may want to consider an  for time to file. However, extension of time to file a return does not grant any extension of time to pay a tax liability.

Additional Assistance

We want to remind military families that many of you may also qualify for EITC.

News Releases and Tax Tips


Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 2013-01-22