The new tax season is approaching quickly, and now is the time to get helpful information about state and federal tax filing.
The recent government shutdown prompted the Internal Revenue Service to delay federal income tax processing until the end of January 2013. Income tax agents may complete your return prior to January 31st, but they will have to hold onto it until the 31st.
Federal refunds should still be received within three weeks if filed electronically and within eight weeks for paper returns. TurboTax 2014 may be a great resource to help you get ready no matter how you end up filing your 2013 or 2014 taxes.
State tax processing is scheduled to begin on January 22nd and 23rd, with a processing window of four to twelve days. Electronic processing may occur within four days, and paper returns may be processed within eight to twelve days. You still have the option of receiving a physical check or a direct deposit, but the electronic filing and direct deposit options may speed up the entire process for you. You may be anxious to file your taxes, but a good review with TurboTax 2014 may result in more savings than you ever imagined.
Tax Season Dates And Tips by Steve