Tax Preparer hotline to the IRS 1-866-860-4259
The Practitioner Priority hotline to the IRS is a professional support line for the sole use of tax practitioners assisting clients with account related issues. 1-866-860-4259. PPS is available to all tax professionals with a valid third party authorization form, i.e. Form 2848 or 8821.
PPS service hours are 7:00 am to 7:00 pm local time
New York error: Missing NYTPRIN (NY Preparer Registration ID Number)
SUMMARYWhen preparing a New York state return, an error may be generated indicating that the NYTPRIN is missing. MORE INFORMATIONNew York requires paid preparers that prepare New York State tax returns to register each year with the New York ...
Filing a payment plan with IRS
Use form 9465 if you are an individual who owes tax on FRM 1040, or you may be responsible for a Trust fund recovery penalty, or if you owe employment taxes related to a sole proprietor business that is no longer in operation. Do not use form 9465 if ...
Information on the expected time for IRS funding
SUMMARYThis article demonstrates how to view the IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart. MORE INFORMATION The IRS has discontinued the e-file refund cycle chart. Starting with tax year 2012, most refunds are expected to be issued in less than 21 days. Even ...
Rules for claiming the Child Tax Credit
SUMMARYThis article provides information on the Child Tax Credit. MORE INFORMATIONWith the Child Tax Credit, the taxpayer may be able to reduce the federal income tax they owe by up to $1,000 for each qualifying child under the age of 17. A ...
How to check the status of an electronically filed return using "Where’s My Refund" on the IRS Web site
SUMMARYThis article demonstrates how to check the status of an electronically filed tax return on the IRS Web site. MORE INFORMATIONUse Where’s My Refund? To check the electronic filing status of a tax return directly from the IRS Web site. Before ...
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