FS-2023-07, March 2023 — With this year’s April 18 tax deadline just around the corner, the Internal Revenue Service is offering these tips to taxpayers who received an incorrect Form 1099-K or received one of these forms in error. The IRS also explains how to report these transactions on their tax return.

FS-2023-06, March 2022 — This Fact Sheet updates frequently asked questions about Form 1099-K.

FS-2023-05, February 2023 — The Internal Revenue Service is applying technology to provide a more efficient way for taxpayers or their tax professional to submit requested documentation online instead of mailing it to the IRS.

FS-2023-04, February 2023 — This Fact Sheet updates frequently asked questions related to new, previously-owned and qualified commercial clean vehicle.

FS-2023-03, January 2023 — Some businesses and other payers withhold money from payments they made to certain people to satisfy backup withholding. These entities should remember their upcoming filing deadlines.

FS-2023-02, January 2023 — Taxpayers need to know their tax responsibilities, including if they’re required to file a tax return. Generally, most U.S. citizens and permanent residents who work in the United States need to file a tax return if they make more than a certain amount for the year.

FS-2023-01, January 2023 — The federal income tax is a pay-as-you-go tax. Taxpayers pay the tax as they earn or receive income during the year. Taxpayers can avoid a surprise at tax time by periodically checking their withholding amount. The IRS urges employees and those who receive a pension or annuity to check their withholding every year. Here’s what to know about withholding and why checking it is important.

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