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No contact from IRS after mailed in tax forms
Aug 10, 2014 - 4:01 PM - by lueykhala
I filled out my 2013 tax forms on paper and mailed them by the deadline this year by registered mail. I have not heard anything at all from the IRS since then.

Is this normal for mailed taxes? I know in past years when I filed electronically, I heard back within a week, but I have never mailed taxes before.

Change in accounting method help
Jul 31, 2014 - 10:10 AM - by golfinz
I need some help! We just picked up a new client from a bigger CPA firm here in town and they have been filing under the wrong method of accounting. Some details are below:

1) S corp
2) Product: reseller of glasswares/bongs/cylinders/etc (NAICS code of 45-)
3) Business started in 2009
4) Filed under cash basis of accounting from inception (really using a hybrid method because they track inventory)
5) I don't see an accrual to cash adjustment on their... [Read More]
Need help filing late 2013 taxes
Jul 11, 2014 - 8:44 AM - by mrajayya

I have received a 1099 form for small IT job that I did. I forgot to file 1040 EZ. What should I do now? Should I file 1040X and 1040EZ at the same time? Thanks

Where do I mail form 3531
Jun 27, 2014 - 9:34 AM - by [email protected]
My son received a form 3531 attached to his tax return stating that he forgot to sign his 1040 tax return. He signed it but we lost the return envelope that was sent to us and we do not know where to send it. I have tried calling the IRS but was put on hold for ever after navigating through a maze of voice options. I'm sure this is a simple question but cannot find the answer anywhere.
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