Arnone's Tax Service

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Arnone's Tax Service
Arnone's Tax Service is listed in the Tax Return Preparation & Filing category in Burbank, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arnone's Tax Service which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arnone's Tax Service on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 34.

Contact information for Arnone's Tax Service is:
2315 W Victory Blvd
Burbank, CA 91506
(818) 845-0822
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Arnone's Tax Service Contact Information:

  • 2315 W Victory Blvd
    Burbank, CA 91506
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  • Phone: (818) 845-0822
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IRS Debunks Myths Surrounding Tax Refunds As millions of people begin filing their tax returns, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers about some basic tips to keep in mind about refunds. During the early parts of the tax season, taxpayers are anxious to get details about their refunds. In some social media, this can lead to misunderstandings and speculation about refunds. The IRS offers these tips to keep in mind. Myth 1: All Refunds Are Delayed While the IRS issues more than 90 percent of federal tax refunds in less than 21 days, some refunds take longer. Recent legislation requires the IRS to hold refunds for tax returns claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) until mid-February. Other returns may require additional review for a variety of reasons and take longer. For example, the IRS, along with its partners in the states and the nation’s tax industry, continue to strengthen security reviews to help protect against identity theft and refund fraud. The IRS encourages taxpayers to file as they normally would. Myth 2: Calling the IRS or My Tax Professional Will Provide a Better Refund Date Many people mistakenly think that talking to the IRS or calling their tax professional is the best way to find out when they will get their refund. In reality, the best way to check the status of a refund is online through the “Where’s My Refund?” tool at IRS.gov or via the IRS2Go mobile app. Taxpayers eager to know when their refund will be arriving should use the "Where's My Refund?" tool rather than calling and waiting on hold or ordering a tax transcript. The IRS updates the status of refunds once a day, usually overnight, so checking more than once a day will not produce new information. “Where’s My Refund?” has the same information available to IRS telephone assistors so there is no need to call unless requested to do so by the refund tool. Myth 3: Ordering a Tax Transcript a “Secret Way” to Get a Refund Date Ordering a tax transcript will not help taxpayers find out when they will get their refund. The IRS notes that the information on a transcript does not necessarily reflect the amount or timing of a refund. While taxpayers can use a transcript to validate past income and tax filing status for mortgage, student and small business loan applications and to help with tax preparation, they should use “Where’s My Refund?” to check the status of their refund. Myth 4: “Where’s My Refund?” Must be Wrong Because There’s No Deposit Date Yet The IRS will update “Where's My Refund?” ‎on both IRS.gov and the IRS2Go mobile app with projected deposit dates for early EITC and ACTC refund filers a few days after Feb. 15. Taxpayers claiming EITC or ACTC will not see a refund date on “Where's My Refund?” ‎or through their software package until then. The IRS, tax preparers and tax software will not have additional information on refund dates. The IRS cautions taxpayers that these refunds likely will not start arriving in bank accounts or on debit cards until the week of Feb. 27 – if there are no processing issues with the tax return and the taxpayer chose direct deposit. This additional period is due to several factors, including banking and financial systems needing time to process deposits. Taxpayers who have filed early in the filing season, but are claiming EITC or ACTC, should not expect their refund until the week of Feb. 27. The IRS reminds taxpayers that President’s Day weekend may impact when they get their refund since many financial institutions do not process payments on weekends or holidays. Myth 5: Delayed Refunds, those Claiming EITC and/or ACTC, will be Delivered on Feb. 15 By law, the IRS cannot issue refunds before Feb. 15 for any tax return claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC). The IRS must hold the entire refund, not just the part related to the EITC or ACTC. The IRS will begin to release these refunds starting Feb. 15. These refunds likely won’t arrive in bank accounts or on debit cards until the week of Feb. 27. This is true as long as there is no additional review of the tax return required and the taxpayer chose direct deposit. Banking and financial systems need time to process deposits, which can take several days. See the What to Expect for Refunds in 2017 page and the Refunds FAQs page for more information. Taxpayers should keep a copy of their tax return. Beginning in 2017, taxpayers using a software product for the first time may need their Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) amount from their prior-year tax return to verify their identity. Taxpayers can learn more about how to verify their identity and electronically sign tax returns at Validating Your Electronically Filed Tax Return.

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Tax preparers who don't sign your tax return are fraudulent. It's that simple. ReportTaxPreparerFraud.org

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New CTEC public awareness campaign targets "ghost" tax preparers. Read our blog for details - ctec.org/Preparer/Blog/ #reporttaxpreparerfraud #knowyourtaxpreparer

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The Internal Revenue Service, the states and the tax industry today urged taxpayers to take steps to protect themselves online to help in the fight against identity theft. Get additional information, including best practices to protect tax and financial information at: https://www.irs.gov/uac/irs-and-security-summit-partners-remind-taxpayers-to-protect-themselves-online
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service, the states and the tax industry today urged taxpayers to take steps to protect themselves online to help in the fight against identity theft.