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There is a way to view your account with the IRS now. You can print off transcripts of past tax returns, if you are on a payment plan you can see what your current balance is. Setting this up can be a pain, but it is worth it when you have questions and calling them is impossible.
The IRS reminds taxpayers who have not yet filed their 2021 tax return, they should file a complete and accurate return electronically when they are ready rather than wait until the October 17, 2022, extension deadline.
Taxpayers who owe tax – including those who did not request an extension – and have yet to file a 2021 tax return can generally avoid additional penalties and interest by filing the return as soon as possible and paying any balance due. Even if a taxpayer can't afford to immediately pay the taxes they owe, they should still file a tax return as soon as possible to reduce possible penalties. An extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay taxes.
Generally, people who choose not to file a tax return because they didn't earn enough money to be required to file won't receive a penalty if they are owed a refund. But they may miss out on receiving a refund if they don’t file. Taxpayers still have time to get their full child tax credit or claim a missing Economic Impact Payment. The IRS advises individuals who still need to file a 2021 tax return to file electronicallyand, if due a refund, to choose direct deposit.
This is for preparation of the Federal form 1040, accompanying schedules 1 through 3, and the Montana Form 2 and all the Montana accompanying schedules.
This is for the preparation of the schedules that accompany a 1040 return. The schedules C, Profit or Loss from a Business, The Schedule E, Supplemental Income and Loss and the Schedule F, Profit or Loss from Farming, with all accompanying schedules related to these forms.
This is for the preparation of the Form 1120S and the Form 1065 with all accompanying schedules.