◊ What if I don't have a Social Security Number?
If you are from a foreign country, you need to obtain an ITIN number from IRS. We can file an application (W-7) to obtain an ITIN number which will accompany the tax return to IRS. You need to bring in a birth certificate and photo ID (matricula) to apply for ITIN number.
◊ What type of information do I need to take and have my taxes prepared?
You need to bring all W-2's and/or 1099's issued to you by your employer, or self employed earnings. All financial organizations in which you earned interest, paid mortagage and real taxes, and/or paid student loan interest.
You will also need names, social security numbers, and dates of birth for you, your spouse, and all dependents.
◊ Who can I claim on my income tax return?
You can determine dependent eligibility by taking the Qualifying Person Test (page 3) at the following link. www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p503.pdf
◊ Do I have to file an income tax return?
Yes: if you have income of $ 12,000.00 and filling Single, or $ 24,000.00 Married Filing Joint. If you made less and you were deducted income tax, you don't have to file, but you should file to get the taxes refunded to you.
Yes: If you have any type of income and have dependent child(ren) that qualify for Earned Income Credit.
◊ If I e-file my Tax Form, when will I recieve my refund?
Please read the attached file E-File Deadlines
◊ What tax form is best for me?
1040 is the only form available for 2018.