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Recent Tax Updates

Resubmission Deadline for E-Filed Individual, Corporate, and Fiduciary Returns Rejected on April 15

E-filed returns for individuals (1040), corporations (1120), and fiduciaries (1041) that are rejected on April 15 have the following deadlines to correct and have the return accepted as timely filed:

Individual (1040) and Fiduciary (1041): Retransmitted and accepted by April 20. If the return is still rejected on April 20, it must be filed on paper by April 25. The paper return must include a copy of the reject notice that includes the date and time it was rejected

Corporations (1120): Retransmitted and accepted by April 25. If the corporation cannot resolve the reject condition, they must contact the e-help desk (1-866-255-0654) for assistance. If they still cannot resolve the reject condition, the paper return must be postmarked by no later than 10 calendar days after the date the IRS last rejected it, as long as the last rejected transmission was between April 15 and April 25, to be considered timely filed.

Mark Castro, CPA

Mark Castro, CPA

Mark has been with CrossLink Professional Tax Solutions (CPTS) since 2008, but has been in the tax industry since 1990. As the government/tax industry liaison for CPTS, Mark has been very active in working with the IRS, States, and other tax industry members to help improve communications, promote standardization, and simplification of eFile systems. Mark has also been active with industry associations as a board member of the National Association of Computerized Processors (NACTP) and the Council of Electronic Revenue Communication Advancement (CERCA) for many years. These two associations work with the IRS and States to help solve key eFile and electronic tax system issues and work to improve the operations of the State and IRS eFile systems.

Recent Tax Updates

2024 IRS Dirty Dozen Tax Scams

The IRS has released its annual Dirty Dozen list of tax scams for 2024. This list serves as a warning to taxpayers and tax preparers about various schemes, abusive tax transactions, and tax avoidance strategies. It aims to raise awareness and prevent individuals from falling victim to fraudulent practices. Below are some of the most relevant scams highlighted by the IRS this year:

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2024 Federal Filing Deadline and Extensions for Tax Year 2023

This guide simplifies the federal filing deadlines for 2023, including extensions for disaster-affected areas, IRA contributions, and health savings account contributions. Whether you’re filing for yourself or advising clients, this article provides a clear roadmap for meeting tax obligations in 2024.

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Safeguarding Tax Professionals: Watch Out for Tax Season Scams

In today’s digital era, tax professionals are prime targets for cybercriminals. With sophisticated schemes lurking around every corner, it’s crucial for tax experts to stay alert and informed about the latest threats in their field.
Read now to learn about three prevalent scams that tax professionals should be wary of.

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