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How long should I have to keep my past tax records?
Typically 3-5 years.
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Where’s my refund?
Quick, easy and secure way to track your IRS tax refund.
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What if I can’t pay my income tax?
You can set up a payment agreement with the IRS. To start the process, call them at 1-800-829-1040 or file Form 9465 either with your tax return or file it by itself after your tax return has been processed. We can do this for you.

Do I have to pay tax on money, stocks, or real estate that I inherited?
- No. If anybody has to pay tax, it would be the estate itself that would pay.

Do I have to pay tax on a gift that I received?
- No. If anybody has to pay tax, it would be the person doing the giving.

I gave my son $50,000. Can I deduct that from my income tax?
- No. You can only deduct charitable gifts on your income tax return.

How does the gift tax work?
Most people will not be subject to the gift tax. It applies to you only after you have made cumulative gifts of hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of dollars.

How does the gift tax exclusion of $14,000/year work?
Take $14,000 off each gift that you have ever made subject to gift tax. Add all those amounts together. When they exceed the limit, then you will be subject to the gift tax. The limit for 2015 is $5,430,000. That amount increases almost yearly.

According to the IRS website, what are the most frequently asked questions?
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