Posts tagged as: IRS

IRS Confirms Tax Refunds Stolen Due to Weak Security

Identity thieves have stolen the tax information of more than 100,000 people via a service ran by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the government agency has advised. Speaking before the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen advised that the government body is working with state governments and producers of tax software to […]

Comic-Con Doesn’t Pay City License Fees

Comic-Con met a city deadline of June 2 to submit an application for a business license—after operating in La Mesa for five years without one. According to records with the city of La Mesa, the San Diego Comic Convention—which hosts a conference that attracts thousands from around the world—is doing business as “Comic-Con International & […]

Turbo Tax Comes to the iPad

TurboTax has announced a new app designed and optimized specifically for mobile users of the iPad. TurboTax for the iPad combines the ease and accuracy of TurboTax with the convenience and portability of the Apple iPad. One of the first iPad apps from Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq:INTU), it is the first and only mobile app that […]

Free TurboTax for Military and Low-Income Online Filers

Intuit, will continue offering TurboTax to qualified taxpayers through its continued participation in the Internal Revenue Service’s Free File program. More than 95 million American taxpayers are eligible for free online tax preparation and e-filing through Free File, a philanthropic, public-private partnership between the IRS and the tax software industry. The IRS and the Free […]

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