IRS Outreach Corner

IRS Outreach Corner

The Outreach Corner Edition for April highlights the following drop-in articles:

  1. Paying your taxes has never been this easy
  2. Make an electronic payment and get an automatic extension of time to file
  3. Tax Design Challenge begins April 17; You’re invited to imagine the taxpayer experience of the future
  4. Get the facts about late filing and late-payment penalties
  5. The Online Payment Agreement is easy, safe and secure
  6. Use IRS Withholding Calculator to adjust your withholding
  7. What you need to know about Individual Shared Responsibility Payments
  8. Consider all your options to help your retirement savings last
  1. Paying your taxes has never been this easy

IRS offers several payment options for you to consider as the April tax deadline approaches. You can pay online, by phone or from your mobile device. Full story.

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  1. Make an electronic payment and get an automatic extension of time to file

An automatic extension of time to file will be processed when you pay all or part of your taxes electronically by April 18. Full story.

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  1. Tax Design Challenge begins April 17; You’re invited to imagine the taxpayer experience of the future

Join people from across the country in the first-ever Tax Design Challenge to imagine the taxpayer experience of the future. The IRS and the Challenge co-sponsor, the Mortgage Bankers Association, invite you to submit your design between April 17 and May 10, 2016. Full story.

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  1. Get the facts about late filing and late-payment penalties

The annual deadline to file and pay your taxes is fast approaching. Here are seven important points about penalties for filing or paying late. Full story.

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  1. The Online Payment Agreement is easy, safe and secure

The Online Payment Agreement application allows you, or your authorized representative, to receive immediate notification that your payment agreement was approved. Full story.

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  1. Use IRS Withholding Calculator to adjust your withholding

When your federal tax return is completed, you will most likely discover that you’ll either receive a tax refund or owe money. If either of these amounts is substantial, it’s probably time for you to review your withholding election. Full story.

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  1. What you need to know about Individual Shared Responsibility Payments

For any month during the year that you or anyone on your return does not have minimum essential coverage or an exemption from the coverage requirement, you are required to make an individual shared responsibility payment when you file your tax return. Full story.

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  1. Consider all your options to help your retirement savings last

You want to save as much as you can for retirement, but you also want to manage the use of the funds carefully during retirement so that you don’t outspend your savings. Full story.

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