Why you should file a U.S. tax return

Why you should file a U.S. tax return

Even if your income levels fall below the filing thresholds for U.S. individual income tax returns, it is recommended that a U.S. return still be filed. Filing a tax return starts the statute of limitations running, whilst any year during which a return is not filed...

Extension of time for U.S citizens abroad

It is time to think about extensions again for 2014 United States individual income tax returns. Whilst the due date for filing 2014 United States’ individual income tax returns is 15 April 2015, U.S. citizens and resident aliens who are outside the U.S. as at...

Notices for taxpayers from the IRS

Now that the first and major filing deadline for 2012 of 15 April has passed, taxpayers may be receiving notices from the IRS. In contrast to the New Zealand system, through which taxpayers receive a Return Acknowledgement upon filing tax returns, the IRS does not...

Federal tax payments – have you got your PIN?

Any taxpayer with Federal tax to pay can pay the IRS by electronic transfer of funds upon obtaining a PIN number. Although we are still three months off the due date for 2012 taxes, a PIN needs to be obtained in advance and in time for the due date of 15 April and so...
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