What’s Due?

 

06/14/2013

 

  • Federal Tax Deposits Due-Monthly Filers  - EFTPS System
  • State Withholding Taxes Due for Monthly Filers

6/20/2013

  • State and County Sales Tax Due for Monthly Filers

 7/15/2013

  • Federal Tax Deposits Due-Monthly Filers - EFTPS System
  • State Withholding Taxes Due for Monthly Filer

 7/20/2013

 

  • State and County Sales Tax Due for Monthly Filers

7/31/2013 

  • State Withholding and Sales Tax due for Quarterly Filers
  • Federal Form 941
  • 940 -if liability exceeds $500
  • State Unemployment Tax and ESC Quarterly report

08/15/2013

  • Federal Tax Deposits Due-Monthly Filers - EFTPS System
  • State Withholding Taxes Due for Monthly Filers

8/20/2013

  • State and County Sales Tax Due for Monthly Filers

 

EFTPS: The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System

 

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A Secure Way to Pay All Your Federal Taxes

EFTPS, the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System, is a tax payment system provided free by the U.S. Department of Treasury. Pay federal taxes electronically via the Internet or phone 24/7. Visit EFTPS to enroll.

 

 

 

 

 

Identity Theft and Your Tax Records

 

 

The IRS does not initiate communication with taxpayers through e-mail. Before identity theft happens, safeguard your information.

What do I do if the IRS contacts me because of a tax issue that may have been created by an identity theft?

If you receive a notice or letter in the mail from the IRS that leads you to believe someone may have used your Social Security number fraudulently, please respond immediately to the name, address, and/or number printed on the IRS notice.

Be alert to possible identity theft if the IRS issued notice or letter:

  • states more than one tax return was filed for you, or
  • indicates you received wages from an employer unknown to you.

An identity thief might also use your Social Security number to file a tax return in order to receive a refund. If the thief files the tax return before you do, the IRS will believe you already filed and received your refund if eligible.

If your Social Security number is stolen, it may be used by another individual to get a job. That person’s employer would report income earned to the IRS using your Social Security number, making it appear that you did not report all of your income on your tax return.

If you have previously been in contact with the IRS and have not achieved a resolution, please contact the IRS Identity Protection Specialized Unit, toll-free at 1-800-908-4490.

What do I do if I have not been contacted by IRS for a tax issue but believe I am a victim of identity theft?

If your tax records are not currently affected by identity theft, but you believe your IRS records may be at risk due to a lost/stolen purse or wallet, questionable credit card activity, credit report, or other activity, you need to provide the IRS with proof of your identity.

You should submit a copy, not the original documents, of your valid Federal or State issued identification, such as a social security card, driver's license, or passport, etc, along with a copy of a police report and/or a completed IRS Identity Theft Affidavit - Form 14039. Please send these documents using one of the following options:

Mailing address:
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 9039
Andover, MA 01810-0939

FAX: Note that this is not a toll-free FAX number
1-978-247-9965

You may also contact the IRS Identity Protection Specialized Unit, toll-free 1-800-908-4490 for resource information and guidance.
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. your local time (Alaska & Hawaii follow Pacific Time).


Remember:
The IRS does not initiate communication with taxpayers through e-mail.

 


Source:  IRS Website Last Updated: May 25, 2011