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The tax season begins on January 23, 2023. This is when individuals can start filing their 2021 tax returns. The due date for tax returns is April 18, 2023.

Tax Season Tips and Tricks 

Tax season is upon us, so here are some tips to help doing your taxes a little easier!

  • Create or access your account information online

  • Gather & organize your tax records.

  • Check your Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN)

    • An ITIN only needs to be renewed if it has expired and is needed on a U.S. federal tax return.

  • Make sure you’ve withheld enough tax

    • Consider adjusting your withholding if you owed taxes or received a large refund when you filed.

    • Consider estimated tax payments if  you receive a substantial amount of non-wage income like self-employment income.

What is the best way to file my taxes? 
  • Electronically with direct deposit information

What information do I need in order to file?
  • Social Security Number
  • Individual Tax Identification Number
  • W-2 Forms from your employer
  • Forms 1099 from banks, issuing agencies, and other payers including: unemployment compensation, dividends, money from pension, annuity, or retirement plans
  • Form 1099-K, 1099-MISC, or W-2 if you worked in the gig economy 
  • Form 1099-INT if you paid interest 
  • Other income documents or currency records
  • Total Child Tax Credit Payments from 2021, Letter 6419
  • Economic Impact Payments from 2021 (Stimulus Checks), Letter 6475
  • Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement

Where can I access the proper forms I need to file my taxes?
  • Click HERE to find the necessary forms

Is there a free filing program?
  • Yes, IF:
    • You made $73,000 or less in 2021, click HERE to file for free
    • You are a member of the armed forces or an eligible veteran, click HERE
  • Regardless of income, click HERE for Free File Fillable Forms

How do I get my refund?

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