Beginning in 2017, if you claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) on your tax return, the IRS must hold your refund until at least February 15.
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Need tax information? Curious about what changes have taken place for the upcoming year? Well here are a few articles on tax information that will assist you on being more informed. For anything else you need help with, just ask me, I have been doing taxes a long time and have gained surmountable knowledge and experience along the way…..I will share it with you.
IRS Announces 2017 Tax Rates, Standard Deductions, Exemption Amounts And Moreread more
National Tax Security Awareness Week: Five Steps Data Breach Victims Can Takeread more
A proposed dramatic change to the tax rules of divorce in the House Republicans’ tax reform bill (the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) would undoubtedly create additional burdens to couples getting divorced if it becomes law.read more
The Internal Revenue Service has unveiled some changes for 2018 including cost-of-living adjustments for retirement savings and inflation changes for certain tax provisions.read more
Some people may wait a little longer for their tax refunds next spring.
Households that file early and claim the earned income tax credit or the additional child tax credit won’t see their refunds until after Feb. 15. The delay affects only those taxpayers.
New Federal Tax Law May Affect Some Refunds Filed in Early 2017; IRS to Share Details Widely with Taxpayers Starting This Summer
The Internal Revenue Service has announced initial plans for processing tax returns involving the Earned Income Tax Credit and Additional Child Tax Credit during the opening weeks of the 2017 filing season. The IRS is sharing the information now to help the tax community prepare for the 2017 season, and plans are being made for a wider communication effort this summer and fall to alert taxpayers about the changes that will affect some early filers.read more