Are You Up On The New 2016 IRS Rules? [Infographic]

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It’s January, and you know what that means… It’s tax season! Don’t get too discouraged. This process can be easy if you’re armed with the right information.  Click here to read or watch more IRS Help resources.

Tax season opened on January 19th, and April 15th is usually the filing deadline, of course. But, things are always changing with tax deadlines and other laws, and 2016 is no different.

So, if you are filing taxes this year you need to stay up-to-date. In fact, the biggest change to take note of this year is that the deadline is now Monday, April 18th, 2016. This is because of the usual tax date, a Friday, is also a federal holiday. Which is Emancipation Day.

This later deadline is one positive. If you’re mailing paper filings you need to get it done by this date. Keep in mind that this is actually the last year for paper filing.

Below are a few more changes about this tax season you should also be ready for. Don’t forget to be on the lookout for possible changes as well.

If you currently have an IRS problem in which you would like to speak to an IRS tax attorney about, you can reach our friendly staff at (813) 229-7100. We’re ready to listen to your problem and give you advice on what we think your next move should be.

a graphic depicting some of the changes in the 2016 IRS tax code

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