With the IRS warning taxpayers about its tax software, how do you avoid paying taxes?
Here’s what you need to know.
In a memo to employees last week, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen warned that some of the software used to generate tax returns is a tax Trojan horse.
The IRS is threatening to cut off all tax refunds that are generated by the software, a threat that would leave millions of Americans unable to collect their taxes.
As the deadline nears, here’s how you can get rid in a few simple steps.
The IRS has a couple of options when it comes to tax software.
The first option is to download and install the free, full-featured tax software from Apple.
But even that will require you to pay $50 a year for a subscription to the IRS-approved Tax Services.
The second option is for taxpayers to get a free tax software package from one of the many companies that offer tax software on-line.
If you are a regular taxpayer, the tax software that you receive is free, according to IRS guidance.
But if you use the software as a last resort, there are many other ways you can keep your taxes from going unpaid.
For instance, you could get a tax refund for a year of use from the IRS if you used it for an unpaid or uncollected tax bill.
Or, you can use the tax refund to pay your bills.
But there are a few other ways that you can reduce your tax bill if you are still owing money.
Tip: Make sure you understand the IRS guidance for the tax tool you are using and how to use it.
The tax software will require that you use it in accordance with the IRS instructions.
And, even if you choose to pay for the software yourself, it’s important that you have an accurate refund number.
If you are not sure of the tax number, you should ask your tax professional.