Feb 12th Tax Season Begins & Unemployment Fraud …What To Do

February 12th Is the Beginning Of the Tax Filing Season

IRS will start accepting and processing 2020 tax returns on Feb. 12th, 2020,
  You may begin filing your taxes immediately, but IRS will not be accepting or processing any returns until Feb. 12th.  However, in order to expedite refunds, IRS recommends that you start the filing process as soon as you have all of your required documentation; file electronically and select the direct deposit option.

Let RTW Make This the Easiest Tax Filing Season Ever

RTW is a highly professional preparer of all tax return types: individual, business, nonprofit, international and other business tax forms. Please contact RTW to assist you with filing your 2020 tax returns 

Select the Tax Filing Option That Best Meets Your Needs

  1. Whether you file remotely or in person, please schedule at least a 15 minute appointment to speak with us at your convenience at  http://calendly.com/rtw-calendar or go to our website at  https://www.rtwxxact.com and click on the Schedule tab in the top right hand corner or you may also contact us at (855) 205-8486
  2. If you are filing remotely, you will need to upload your documents to our secure portal which is available 24 hrs., 7 days a week for you your convenience    https://www.rtwxxact.com/contact
  3. If you prefer to drop off your tax documents, please schedule an appointment. You may set-up a drop off appointment by using this link  http://calendly.com/rtw-calendar  or go to our website  at http:// www.rtwxxact.com  and click on the Schedule tab in the top right hand corner or contact us at  (855) 205-8486.
  4. Our QuickBooks Clients may upload all documents to their “MyAccountant” tab.
  5. FAX TO 855-541-0895

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1099G – UNEMPLOYMENT FRAUD!!!

Taxpayers who receive Form 1099-G, Certain Government Payments, for unemployment benefits they did not actually receive because of identity theft should contact their appropriate state agency for a corrected form. States issue Form 1099-G to the taxpayer and to the IRS to report what taxable income, such as refunds or unemployment benefits, was issued by state agencies.

Scammers took advantage of the pandemic by filing fraudulent claims for unemployment compensation using stolen personal information of individuals who had not filed claims. Payments made due to these fraudulent claims went to the identity thieves, and the individuals whose names and personal information were taken did not receive any of the payments.

Taxpayers who receive an incorrect Form 1099-G for unemployment benefits they did not receive should contact the issuing state agency to request a revised Form 1099-G showing they did not receive these benefits. Taxpayers who are unable to obtain a timely, corrected form should still file an accurate tax return, reporting only the income they received. A corrected Form 1099-G showing zero unemployment benefits in cases of identity theft will help taxpayers to avoid being hit with an unexpected federal tax bill for unreported income.