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Tax Return

A document that individuals and some corporations must file with the tax collection agency each year. The tax return calculates income, deductions, and credits, and ultimately determines how much tax the filer owes for the year. In the United States, Form 1040 is the basic tax return form. See also: 1040EZ.

tax return

a form which must be completed by all taxpayers and potential taxpayers for the INLAND REVENUE, giving details of their INCOME and CAPITAL GAINS and any allowances and reliefs to be set against this income.

tax return

a form that must be completed by all taxpayers and potential taxpayers for the INLAND REVENUE, giving details of their INCOME and CAPITAL GAINS and any allowances and reliefs to be set against this income.
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Left unaddressed in the existing case law, moreover, is the exact scope and meaning of "tax return preparation" work.
In addition, a registered tax return preparer's authorization to practice does not include the authority to provide tax advice to a client or another person except as necessary to prepare a tax return, claim for refund, or other document intended to be submitted to the IRS.
It is also pertinent to mention here that even in the most advanced countries like USA, option to file the tax return manually still exists.
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Despite all your best efforts, if you do receive a late-filing penalty, there are limited circumstances where you can appeal against it if you have a reasonable excuse for not sending in your tax return, such as a family illness or bereavement.
The regulations add new exceptions to the general rule that a tax return preparer may not disclose or use statistical compilations of tax return information without taxpayer consent.
Firm B is a tax return preparer and an authorized IRS e-file provider.
What began as an experiment in 1999 by the Chilean government to gauge the response to electronic income tax returns is now part of an effort to make all tax transactions, including income-tax returns, go online.
VITA provides free tax assistance to low- and moderate-income individuals who require help in preparing their tax returns or cannot afford the services of a paid professional.
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In addition to the attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents who practice before the IRS, there are tens of thousands of unenrolled or commercial tax return preparers who professionally prepare tax returns for taxpayers.