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Diez Consejos Importantes del IRS para Temporada Tributaria

Consejo Tributario del IRS 2014-40SP 25 de marzo de 2014

La temporada de impuestos está a punto de terminar.  Pero usted puede hacer la temporada de impuestos más fácil si no espera hasta el último minuto. Aquí hay 10 consejos importantes de la temporada de impuestos:

  1. Reúna sus archivos.  Acumule todos los registros de impuestos que necesita para presentar su declaración de impuestos. Esto incluye recibos, cheques cancelados y los registros que corrobore los ingresos, deducciones o créditos tributarios que usted reclama en su declaración de impuestos. Guárdelos en un lugar seguro.

  2. Reporte todo sus ingresos. Usted tendrá que reportar sus ingresos (en inglés) de todas los Formularios W-2, salarios y declaración de impuestos, y Formularios 1099 como comprobante de ingresos cuando presente su declaración de impuestos.

  3. Obtenga respuestas. Use la herramienta interactiva Interactive Tax Assistant Tool (en inglés) en la página web del IRS para obtener respuestas a muchas de sus preguntas acerca de los créditos tributarios, deducciones y muchos temas más.

  4. Utilice Free File. Usted puede preparar y presentar electrónicamente su declaración de impuestos gratis con Free File del IRS, disponible exclusivamente en IRS.gov. Si su ingreso fue de $58,000 o menos, usted tiene derecho a usar el software de impuestos gratis. Si su ingreso es mayor, o si se siente cómodo haciendo su propia declaración, puede usar los formularios rellenables de Free File, la versión electrónica de los formularios en papel del IRS. Visite IRS.gov/freefile para ver sus opciones.

  5. Experimente e-file del IRS. La presentación electrónica es la mejor manera de presentar una declaración de impuestos. Es preciso, seguro y fácil. El año pasado, más de 122 millones de contribuyentes usaron e-file del IRS. Si usted debe impuestos, tiene la opción de presentar temprano y pagar antes del 15 de abril.

  6. Considere sus opciones de presentar. Usted tiene varias opciones para presentar su declaración de impuestos. Puede prepararlo usted mismo o ir a un preparador de impuestos. Puede ser elegible para la ayuda gratuita de cara a cara en un Programa de Ayuda Voluntaria a los Contribuyentes (VITA, por sus siglas en inglés) o de Asesoramiento Tributario para las Personas Mayores de Edad Avanzada, (TCE, por sus siglas en inglés). Considere sus opciones y elija el que más le convenga.

  7. Use el depósito directo. Combinando e-file con depósito directo (en inglés) es la forma más rápida y segura de obtener su reembolso de impuestos.

  8. Visite el sitio web del IRS 24/7. IRS.gov es un gran lugar para conseguir todo lo que necesita para presentar su declaración de impuestos. Visite la Central 1040 (en inglés) para las herramientas en línea, consejos de presentación, respuestas a las preguntas más frecuentes y los formularios y publicaciones del IRS. Obténgalos todos en cualquier momento, de día o de noche.

  9. Dele un vistazo al número 17. La Publicación 17SP, Sus Impuestos Federales por Ingresos, es un recurso completo en materia tributaria. Contiene información útil como por ejemplo,  si necesita presentar una declaración de impuestos y cómo elegir su estado civil al declarar.

  10. Revise su declaración. Los errores retrasan el recibir su reembolso de impuestos. Asegúrese de revisar todos los números de Seguro Social y los cálculos matemáticos en su declaración, ya que estos son los errores más comunes. Si surge un problema, recuerde que el IRS está aquí para ayudar. Comience con IRS.gov.

 

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