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Many federal employees delinquent with taxes

In the weeks leading up to tax day each year most people who live in the United States are aware that they need to complete their tax returns, file them and in some cases pay the government what is owed. Some people take care of them as soon as the necessary documentation becomes available while others scramble at the last minute to get them in before the due date. For a variety of reasons, others are delinquent. One group that is currently receiving attention for this is federal employees. 

Even rich and famous face tax liens

For most, the prospect of having any interaction with the Internal Revenue Service beyond filing a tax return and either paying in or receiving a refund is frightening. Being slapped with a tax lien is tantamount to the approach of the end of the world. Of course these two things are not on the same plane and in some cases a tax may be the result of a simple oversight or miscommunication and be easily addressed. Late last month Oscar winner Robert DeNiro found himself in this situation.

Last chance to file 2011 tax returns around the corner

As people set out to complete their tax returns for 2014, it is a good idea to make sure prior returns have been filed as necessary. There is a three year window that each taxpayer has to complete this. For those who did not file a return for 2011, this is their last chance. The absolute last filing date for 2011 returns is the same as this year’s return deadline, April 15th.

To avoid penalties, complete and file tax return correctly

This time of year many readers have either filed or are preparing to file income tax returns. It may seem unnecessary to say but as the tax deadline approaches it is good for some people to be reminded of the importance of following the instructions when completing the return. For some this helps people to remember how important it is to file an income tax return that has been completed correctly. In fact some people need to be reminded to file a return at all.

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