Tuesday, January 27, 2015

"Get a head start by organizing your financial documents"

From the MA.GOV blog, they share some of the links to the common MA personal income tax forms. Yes, now that we are in 2015, April 15 (tax deadline) is approaching daily. While the Super Bowl comes first, and spring training is around the corner, we are in 'tax season.'
Tax season is upon us, and that can mean stress for Massachusetts residents and workers who don’t have the documents they need to file returns and payments by the April 15, 2015 deadline. 
While the Department of Revenue (DOR) encourages online filing of Massachusetts state income taxes withWebFile for Income, you can make filing a paper return as easy as possible by having the right forms and information at your fingertips.  

image shared from MA.GOV page on tax season
WebFile for Income is only available to full-year residentsPart-year residents and non-residents can file electronically using commercial software or a professional tax preparer.
Continue to the MA.GOV site to find the link to the common forms  http://blog.mass.gov/blog/government/get-ready-for-tax-season/

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