Tax

I made a mistake on my tax return, what should I do?

If you made a mathematical error on your return, often times the IRS will automatically fix the error.  After correcting the mistake, the IRS will send you a notice that shows the changes made to your return (usually a CP11 or CP12).  Before correcting your return for a mathematical error, you may want to call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 to see if they have fixed it for you.

If you forgot to include a form or schedule to your return, it is very likely that the IRS will send you a notice requesting just the missing form(s) and/or schedule(s) which means you will not need to do anything other than send in the requested items.

By |Nov 16, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

Limited Time Oregon Tax Amnesty Program

Its about Time Series IIDo you have un-filed tax returns? Have you been waiting to amend an Oregon tax return but were afraid to do so because of penalties and interest? Well, now is your chance to get caught up.

What is Oregon Amnesty?  Oregon Amnesty can eliminate all penalties and half of the interest you would normally owe for late filed and/or non-paid Oregon taxes.  This can be a huge savings especially if you have not filed for a number of years where the penalties can be as much as 100% of the tax owed. 

By |Sep 24, 2009|Categories: Tax Law|Tags: , , , , , |