- Q?Do I need to do my taxes?
Documents do I need to do my taxes
Tax forms that taxpayers commons receive in the mail:
A) W-2 from your employer
B) 1099-MIS (self-employers)
C) 1099-INT for bank interest from a savings account
E)1098T- School Tuition
F) State Refund 1099-G
G) Form 1099 SSA Social Security Benefits
H) Gamgling Income W-2G
I) Unemployment 1099-G
J) Stocks or Bonds Sales 1099-B
This year you should receive a form from your Health Care provider or insurance such as
1095-A (Insurance through CoveredCA)
1095-B (Insurance through your Employer)
1095-C (Insurance through Medical, Medicare)
There are also you should have to present supporting information you when filing your taxes
a)copy of your Social Security numbers for yourself, your spouse and anyone you are claiming as a dependent.
B)copy of ITIN number is you doesn’t have a Social Security Number,
C) if you made a charitable contribution within the last year, be sure to gather receipts of your donations to turn your good will into tax-time savings.
D)any other document that supporting qualifying expenses in case you are a Self Employed
F) if you have depends of 17 year old of less, any kind of document that supporting relationship and residency with the taxpayer.
- Q?1. What documents do I need to do my taxes?
There are two common tax forms that taxpayers receive in the mail: a W-2 from your employer or a 1099-INT for bank interest from a savings account. There are also other pieces of supporting information you should have in front of you when you such as the correct Social Security numbers for yourself, your spouse and anyone you are claiming as a dependent. Also, if you made a charitable contribution within the last year, be sure to gather receipts of your donations to turn your good will into tax-time savings.
- Q?I didn’t make much money last year – do I still need to file my taxes?
Americans should file a 2013 federal income tax return even if their total income is below the Internal Revenue Service filing requirement ($10,000 for individuals or $20,000 for married filing jointly under age 65). You need to file the return to get a refund on any withheld federal income tax and especially if you’re eligible for refundable tax credits like the earned income tax credit. Every year, money is left on the table because people don’t think they need to file. The average unclaimed tax refund is more than $600, and it’s important to know that the IRS places a three-year window on claiming these past refunds.