We hope that you find the following resources useful for yourself and/or your business.

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TRACK YOUR REFUND

Once you receive confirmation that your federal tax return has been accepted, you’ll be able to start tracking your federal refund at the IRS on the Where’s My Refund? site.

To track your state refund, head to the IRS website and select the link for the state that you work in.

To help establish your identity, many states will ask for the exact amount of your expected refund in whole dollars. We can provide you with this information before you begin the process of searching on your state’s website.

ONLINE TAX CALENDAR

For businesses and the self-employed, it is often useful to see a list of due dates for various tax deadlines. Bookmark the IRS online tax calendar for future use.

TAX CALCULATOR

Use the Tax Withholding Estimator to determine how much taxes you should have withheld at the beginning of a tax year.

Access the individual and family withholding tool.

Access detailed information on business withholding.
Access the sales tax deduction calculator.

ECONOMIC IMPACT PAYMENTS

While the IRS has issued all first, second and third Economic Impact payments, there are some people who are still missing stimulus payments.

You’ll find all the necessary information on how to receive the missing payments or to see if you are even eligible for them at this IRS web page.

IRS FORMS, INSTRUCTIONS and PUBLICATIONS

Find useful information on the following most used tax forms: 941, 1040, 1040-ES, 4506-T, 9465, SS-4, W-2, W-4, W-7, and W-9 at this IRS web page.

Apply for an EIN Number (Employer Identification Number).

SOCIAL SECURITY RESOURCES

Social Security Online

Social Security Quick Calculator

Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) Online Calculator

Retirement Benefits Estimator

STATE TAX DEADLINES

Depending on what state you live in, your state tax deadline will be different. Many align with the federal tax deadline of April 18th. However, there are 4 states that have different deadlines. They include Iowa and Virginia, May 1st; Delaware, May 2nd; and Louisiana, May 15th. Nine states have no state income taxes. They include Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.