“Tax Day,” the filing deadline for individual federal tax returns, is normally April 15. But it was extended this year to May 17. The quiz below, from the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University in Ohio, provides an opportunity for you to test your knowledge of the history and background of the U.S. tax system. 1.
Even though April 15 has come and gone, Tax Day is finally here. And now, more than three years after the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the vast majority of Americans continue to reap the economic benefits of tax reform. Estimates suggest 90 percent of taxpayers got a break on their taxes. Reduced business
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) recognizes tax filing season can be complex and may lead to questions and errors. In an effort to assist taxpayers through the process, ADOR has prepared some tax tips. Tips for Preparing Your Return Complete your federal return before you start your Arizona return. Make sure that you enter
74% Disapprove of Government Tax Use During COVID-19 + States with Highest Tax Rates – WalletHub Reports
With Tax Day looming and 74% of people disapproving of how the government has used tax dollars during the COVID-19 pandemic, WalletHub today released its 2021 Taxpayer Survey, as well as its yearly report on the States with the Highest & Lowest Tax Rates in order to help people better understand this confusing time of year. 2021
The due dates for the 2019 calendar year returns filed with extensions is almost here. Individual income taxpayers who received a calendar year filing extension, and have not yet filed a return, have until the IRS shutdown to submit their e-filed individual income tax returns. The filing extension provides an additional six months to file the
Confounding small business advocates and tax policy experts, Proposition 208 proponents this week trotted out a bizarre claim, saying, “it’s legally impossible for any business to be taxed under Proposition 208,” and “under Proposition 208, small business owners will not pay one cent more in additional taxes.” [source] [source] [source] Arizona small business advocates and