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Author Topic: Get an easy $30!  (Read 661 times)

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Offline allanq

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Get an easy $30!
« on: March 23, 2007, 09:08:24 PM »
Here's an item I found in today's New York Times. Note that you can collect the $30 refund even if you don't need to file a tax return!

THE EXCISE TAX REFUND

This year only, the I.R.S. is refunding a 3 percent federal excise tax that was collected on long-distance phone calls that should not have been collected. You can expect to receive $30 to $60 back, maybe more.

But the I.R.S. has noticed that among the early filers, 30 percent have not asked for it. It is free money, something you do not get from the government very often. It would be a shame to miss it.

You can file for the standard refund, $30 for a single taxpayer and up to $60 depending on the number of dependents you claim you support. If you are using tax software or paying a preparer who uses the software, it will automatically add the refund.

But you are entitled to more if you can prove your claim. If you think it is worth your time and you kept your phone bills from March 2003 through July 2006, tally up any excise tax on long-distance calls. Maggie Doedtman, manager of advice delivery at H&R Block, said you might have to search on the bill for the right charge. “Sometimes it is not that obvious,” she said. Look for the words “federal excise tax” or “FET” Then you’ll have to fill out an additional form, 8913. Be sure to also tally up the excise tax on long-distance calls on your family’s cellphones or VoIP phones as well. It all counts.

Even those people who do not need to file a tax return, like retirees or students, can claim the refund with a 1040EZ-T, a form that is downloadable from the I.R.S. Website. Mr. Hewitt of Liberty Tax said he did not expect the I.R.S. to spend a lot of money auditing those returns.

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