As we end our tax advance in March, we are transitioning to the last half of the tax season. Many of our customers in the last part of the tax season are bringing complicated returns, high tax bills, and other special scenarios.
If this is you, Melynda Rushing and Danielle Hoyles are ready to help you navigate even the most complex situation. The following are several ways that our team can help you navigate the stress of taxes, no matter your situation.
Local Tax Knowledge
Locally owned and operated, we have been serving in Rock Hill since the early 90s. We keep abreast of both the IRS’s rules and South Carolina’s rules.
We can help you think through the information you need to fill out your taxes and to get them done right.
Tax Preparers You Can Trust
Melynda and Danielle are both certified through the IRS’s Annual Filing Season Program. When you are looking for a tax preparer to help you with your taxes, this is one of the qualifications that the IRS recommends.
Many of our customers return to us year after year for help with their taxes. And as a local business, we are here to follow up with you throughout the year.
A+ Accreditation with The Better Business Bureau
Since 2006, we have been accredited with the Better Business Bureau. This accreditation shows that we are here to serve you no matter your tax need.
As you look at filing your tax returns, consider trusting your complicated tax needs with Little Giant Tax Services.
2021 Recovery Rebate Credit FAQ
The IRS has issued frequently asked questions (FAQs) for the 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit. This credit may apply to those who didn’t receive the full amount of their third Economic Impact Payment. To claim the credit, which can reduce taxes owed or provide a refund, eligible people must file a 2021 tax return. The FAQ covers eligibility, claiming the credit, calculating the credit, and finding the relevant information in order to claim the credit.
January 31 Wage Statement Deadline
The IRS is reminding employers to be aware of the January 31 deadline to file Forms W-2 and other wage statements. Filing accurate forms by this date helps the IRS more easily detect refund fraud and helps employers avoid penalties. Applications for extension may also be submitted to provide more time to file with the IRS. A separate extension application may extend the due date for furnishing wage statements to employees.
Some Filing Reminders
The IRS reminds taxpayers to keep a few things in mind when filing federal income tax returns this year. Their checklist encourages individuals to:
- Use e-file and direct deposit, even if using a trusted tax professional
- Collect all documents, including letters regarding the Advance Child Tax Credit and third Economic Impact Payment
- Use online tools and resources to save time over calling the IRS
2022 Tax Season Begins
The IRS has kicked off the 2022 tax filing season admonishing taxpayers to take extra precautions when filing. Electronic filing, with direct deposit, is the fastest way to avoid any refund delay. Tax software, a trusted tax professional, or Free File for those who qualify, is recommended. Recipients of the advance Child Tax Credit payments or Economic Impact Payments should ensure those amounts are entered correctly as inaccuracies in this area will result in extensive delays. Most taxpayers have a filing due date of April 18, thanks to the Washington, DC Emancipation Day holiday observance. Those in Massachusetts and Maine have until April 19 due to Patriots Day, and as always, some disaster victims have later filing deadlines.