Duluth/Suwanee/Johns Creek/Lawrenceville CPA: Keeping a Copy of Your Prior Tax Return Can Save You Money
- February 04th, 2013
- John Dillard
- Income Tax Preparation of Corporate & Personal Income Taxes
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Be Quick but Don’t Be in a Hurry. Though the deadline for the timely filing of Personal Returns of rapidly approaching; Be Sure You Do Them Right so you will avoid unnecessary IRS audits, liens, collections, amendments, penalties and interest. The below is a sample letter we might send to a taxpayer to ensure that a proper return is filed reflecting only their lowest legal possible tax, when a taxpayer has indicated that a copy of the prior income tax return is not available:
Are there any roll-forward issues such as a Net Operating Loss, Capital Loss Deductions, State Refunds, State Monies paid with return are a few of the major roll-forward issues, but not all.
The only way to be certain is to have a copy of the prior return or we risk your current return being incorrect for any attendant issues. Please review/advise.
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