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i was just wondering when we can start e filing our taxes.
hairy1 on Jan 22, 2013
not yet. it has been delayed to the end of jan
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pearlmar on Jan 22, 2013
The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on January 30.
Pascal the Gambler on Jan 22, 2013
Bobbie on Jan 22, 2013
January 30 2013 is the date that the IRS is supposed to start ACCEPTING the 1040 efiled online FIT RETURNS.
Go to the http://www.irs.gov website and on RIGHT side of the page choose FREE FILE
Free File will open January 30, 2013.
EVERYONE is Eligible to Free File!
Let Free File do the hard work for you with brand-name software or online Fillable Forms. You can prepare and e-file your federal return for free. Participating software companies make their products available through the IRS. Some also support state tax returns.
Review the three-step process below, and you’ll be on your way to e-filing your return–for free!
Slow and carefully reading every word and try hard to understand exactly what information that you will have enter correctly and completely on each line in the software program so that the correct information and the correct numbers do end up on the correct lines of your 1040 income tax return when you do get it completed at that time in your life.
To double check the try and get the return checked before you do transmit it to the IRS you could also go to a volunteer site in your area and see if they would be able to help you with your 1040 income tax return for this purpose.
Check out your state website around the end of January to see if you can find some free face to face assistance with your 2012 income tax return during the 2013 tax filing season for this purpose VITA/TCE or the AARP Tax-Aide program might have some local volunteer sites in your area for this purpose and time in your life.
Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 01/22/2013
Paul on Jan 22, 2013
I just received an email this morning saying my tax return has been acknowledged and is waiting to be accepted by the IRS.
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