No, this puts you at risk of identity theft, besides not knowing if the person on the other side is an honest tax preparer. The IRS does not allow that, because you must sign the documents, that is, even when the report is made and sent electronically, and the IRS accepts the person's PIN, the paper form must be signed in person, with a valid government ID present.
You will a valid Identification Card (not expired), your Social Security Number or ITIN, if you have dependents (people who depend on you, children, grandchildren, orphans, etc.) you will also need their information (IDs, SSN Numbers, ITINs), also the Forms that your employers gave you (eg W2 or 1099), if you did earn cash, you will need the Banking Statements.
You can and should really. Although you can declare your Taxes the years you want backwards, it is only possible to receive refunds (if you had to receive any) of the last 3 years. People who have to pay, avoid paying large interest that accrues per day and penalties for not reporting on time. You will need your W2 or 1099 Forms. If it is a business, you will need the totals of your verifiable annual expenses with receipts and the totals of your business income.
You will need the totals of your business verifiable expense list (receipts for parts, materials, etc.), payments to your sub-contractors and / or employees and bank statements, to know how much you earned in the year and an appointment with us.
There is no specific age, because if a baby child has earnings on interest or dividends, he must report, although the parents are the ones who sign because he is a minor. At 17, teenagers who work part-time can report their taxes on their own.
Yes, you must report. All labor income (the result of work) and non-labor income (gifts, interests, shares, income, etc.) must be reported in your tax return. Many mistakenly think, for example, that tips should not be reported because they earned them in cash, but if the IRS investigates the first thing they will ask is "what does this person live on?" and this will bring many problems.
You must first notify your employer so they can make the appropriate corrections and you could get a corrected form. In case your employer refuses, you can report it to the IRS, that way, when you file your tax report with the correct amount, the IRS has been already notified that your employer made a mistake, they will contact your employer and straight it up.
First, we will need to see your original tax report, if you do not have it, please come and we will get a copy (transcript) from the IRS. We recommend that you seek professional advice first (with us if possible), so we can review your case first before making any move, sometimes the IRS is auditing but not necessarily asking for amendments.
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