CheckMark is pleased to announce the release of 2019 updates for all of our software products. We are committed to bringing you new ways to make the most of your time with features that will change the way you manage payroll, accounting and other business functions.
These updates improve the functionality and reliability of our software products. With the enhanced user experience and productivity, we want to keep you up-to-date and compliant with the most recent government mandates.
The 2019 updates include the current IRS approved tax forms, state and federal tax tables, as well as support and software patches for any issues that you may have throughout the year. We strongly recommend keeping your software up-to-date to remain compliant with the IRS and your state requirements.
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Tax filing dates for 2016 Forms W-2 and 1099 has changed. The latest notification from IRS states that the filing deadline for 2016 W-2 and 1099 forms (incl. Form 1099-MISC) is January 31st, 2017. Evidently, this is a month earlier than the filing date of last year. But, this doesn’t change the deadline for furnishing W-2 forms to employees and 1099-MISC to other workers for 2016. Also, the dates for E-Filing and paper filing remain the same.
Worried and Flummoxed over errors in filing your tax returns with the IRS. Don’t be. You can still go ahead and amend your returns. Below are top 10 tips from the IRS that you can do to amend your tax returns –
Since a lot of phishing schemes are exposed every now and then by IRS and other concerned government departments, hackers, and cyber criminals are finding new and innovative ways of committing fraud. The latest phishing scheme, which is specially targeted towards large organization, works something like this:
It’s here – standard mileage rates for deductible costs of using automobiles for business, medical, moving and charitable purposes. IRS announced the standard mileage rates for the year 2016.
To be brought to practice from Jan. 1, 2016, the standard mileage rates will be: