It’s tax time! The IRS started accepting individual returns for processing on Jan. 31 -- later than usual, but better late than never. Last year, the IRS issued a useful list of the eight most common filing errors made by individual taxpayers. Many of the mistakes people make are incredibly easy to avoid -- it just takes a little care and attention. If the IRS owes you a refund, it could be delayed if your return contains an error like one of these: 1. Wrong or missing Social Security numbers: Your refund could be delayed simply because you made a mistake listing your Social Security number. The number on your return must match the number on your Social Security cards. 2. Names wrong or misspelled: You've got to spell your own name right, or the IRS will get confused. Agai...
Jan 27, 2014 by Stephen Fishman
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