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2013 Tax Season Opens January 30th for 1040 Filers

The Internal Revenue Service will begin to accept and process 1040 applications on January 30th because of the recent tax law changes enacted by Congress in early January. However, there are several forms that require more extensive programming and testing because of the late legislation. At this time these forms are expected to be accepted in late February or March.

Free Tax Help for Seniors Offered at Summit

The Summit offers free Tax-Aide counseling through AARP as part of an IRS-sponsored program for seniors. Trained and certified volunteer counselors assist people of low-to-middle income with special attention to those 60 and over for both federal and state returns. Call (734) 394-5460 for an appointment at the Summit Senior Center. Find more locations near you.

Avoid An Unpleasant Surprise in January

Millions of taxpayers started taking home more money in their paychecks this past April thanks to the Making Work Pay Tax Credit. However, changes to the IRS withholding tables cannot take into account single workers with multiple jobs or dual-income married couples for example. All these changes could mean a smaller refund or larger balance due next year. Now is the time to review and adjust your W-4 and ensure that you are withholding the correct amount. This IRS Withholding Calculator can help you avoid an unpleasant surprise come tax time.

Putting some extra money in your wallet

Much has been said about what the new American Recovery and Reinvestment Act means to individuals.  The Internal Revenue Service outlines some of the tax-related provisions of the new program and answers common questions in a recent news release.