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File Your Taxes With a Missing or Incorrect W-2 or K-1
As the tax deadline approaches we will discuss two problems preventing you from filing your taxes: missing or inaccurate tax documents. Some small employers forget to send W-2s preventing you from filing your taxes; other businesses may send incorrect forms. K-1s are even worse. With a K-1 you may not even know what the numbers should be and they always come late in the tax season.
File an Extension to File and an Extension to Pay Your Taxes
The tax due date is fast approaching. This year your tax return or extension is due by Monday, April 18th. If all your paperwork has not arrived or you are unable to file your return by April 18th, file an automatic extension with Form 4868. Here are some tips about an extension to file:
Know When Not To Do It Yourself
The DIY movement is alive and well. Taking the bull by the horns and getting a job done can save massive amounts of money. Early retirees get to their exalted status because they kept costs low. Frugal people are drawn to DIY projects like flies to honey. With so many people undertaking projects on their own it is time to ask an obvious question: Should you be doing that project on your own.
I have seen some really bad DIY jobs over the years. Buying a large number of rental properties over the years revealed some doozies. Still, I handle a large percentage of jobs around the office, home and farm on my own. There are times I do need to take a knee and bring in somebody with experience.