Tax accountant Michael Durant is seeing his small business clients through a storm, but facing another at home.
Except for one or two exceptions: Victims of severe weather in parts of the South this past April will have until Oct. 15.
Tomorrow was supposed to be Tax Day. Accountants are not resting.
“It is, in a way, a map of poverty in this country,” ProPublica reporter Paul Kiel says.
It was a deadline that brought people together.
The e-filing site was down much of the day Tuesday.
For now, they’re counting on customers to keep buying, according to a survey from the National Small Business Association. Click on the audio player above to hear the full story.
As tax day approaches, many Americans are rushing to tax preparers for paid help. The National Society of Accountants found in a survey last year that Americans paid tax preparers $176 on average to file federal and state returns. That’s without itemized deductions. But what programs are available for people with low incomes so that […]
Tax-filing day is almost here, and taxpayers know they’re unlikely to be audited. The IRS doesn’t have enough employees or resources to come after all the cheats. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.