Fear of the IRS Unknown

Fear of the unknown at tax time can be overwhelming for some.  But it doesn’t have to be. The important thing is to get your “information” together.  Information such as w-2’s, 1099’s, summaries of medical expenses, prescriptions, real estate taxes, excise taxes and donations.  These are the most common. Pull it together and fear not the IRS. Their not looking for you, their looking for tax evaders. Don’t worry about an audit.  Unless there’s something highly unusual in your income tax return, chances are you won’t be audited and even if you do receive a letter from the IRS, it’s usually nothing more than a computer generated notice reporting a routine difference between what was reported on your tax return and what was reported by third parties.  These are routine and should not be cause for fear or alarm.  So don’t fear the IRS unknown.  Get your stuff together and coast through tax season.

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