2014 Income Tax Filing Tips for Orlando Florida Residents

Posted by | January 08, 2014 | Tax Preparation | No Comments

Tax Filing 2014The IRS will be begin processing tax returns later than normal this year due to the government shutdown in Fall 2013. While you may have to wait until Jan. 31 to turn in your income tax return, you can begin preparing all the forms and paperwork.

The average wait time for a tax return is 21 days, therefore, we highly recommend for those expecting their return in February to go see a Tax Preparer or Accountant in order to have all paperwork ready for the January 31st filing.

Issues to Avoid This Tax Season:

1. Ensure you are properly reporting your 1099s or W-2s on your tax return

2.  Married households should NOT be filing separate rather than single or head of household.

3. The most common error on tax returns is mistakes in arithmetic or simply improper calculations.

4. Millions of Taxpayers miss the deadline, so we recommend to get your 1040 to the IRS by the April 15 due date.

Turn to Orlando Legal Document Preparers this Tax Season

Our experienced team at Orlando Legal Document Preparers tailors our services to meet the uniques tax and accounting needs of our clients.  We have been worked with hundreds of families, individuals and small to medium-sized businesses.

Our skilled and experienced tax preparers are waiting to help you prepare your return and get the maximum refund you are entitled to receive.

Call 407.898.5430 Today to get a FREE Consultation

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