What you need to know about your 2021 tax return if you received the advance child tax credit and/or EIP (stimulus).
Any taxpayer who received advance child tax credit payments during the last half of 2021 and/or received an Economic Impact (stimulus) Payment (EIP) will need the total amount of both of these payments in order to accurately complete their 2021 federal return. If these amounts are not entered correctly on the return and the calculated credit is therefore not correct, the processing of the return will be delayed.
W-2 and 1099 service
We will prepare your end-of-year forms for employees and subcontractors.
To access your account information with IRS you must set-up an online account. If you have previously set-up an account with IRS you will need to set-up a new account through ID.me.
Once you set-up your account you can view your EIP payment amount and get access to your Advance Child Tax Credit payment information.
Also, view tax records – Current plus previous three years is available.
Key information from the most recent tax return, the address on file, payment history and any pending or scheduled payments. Also, make payments either for the tax return or estimated payments
For a more detailed explanation see IRS – How do I verify my identity for the IRS? page on the ID.me website.
We can help you prepare and respond to IRS, state and city income tax inquiries.
State and Local Tax
We will explain and prepare any required state and local income taxes.
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*An Easy Advance (EA) is a loan secured by your tax refund and is offered by Republic Bank & Trust Company, member FDIC, to eligible taxpayers. There are no fees or interest associated with the EA. Loan amount is determined by your expected tax refund less authorized fees. EA proceeds are typically available within 24 hours of IRS acceptance of tax return or within 24 hours for those filing before the IRS start date; however, if direct deposit is selected, it may take additional time for your financial institution to post the funds to your account. Visit your tax preparer to learn about the cost and timing of all filing and product options.
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