Personal Tax Deadline

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Just a quick reminder that the extension deadline to file your personal 2019 tax return is fast approaching. Be sure to contact the office today if you have not yet filed your return, 207-607-7118. Appointment dates in both Brunswick and Augusta are limited. The deadline date is October 15, 2020.

Deadline for Tax-Filing Reminder

If you put in for an extension on either your corporate or personal taxes the final deadlines for your 2019 tax filing are approaching. Please be sure to call the office to schedule your appointment soon. 207-607-7118.

Corporate Tax Return Deadline

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Anyone who has put in an extension for their business the deadline is SEPTEMBER 15, 2020.

There is availability for appointments in both our Brunswick and Augusta office locations. Please call the office 207-607-7118 to set up your appointment.

Personal Tax Return Deadline

The personal tax return deadline is October 15, 2020.

The deadline for extensions for personal tax returns is OCTOBER 15, 2020. Please call the office to schedule your appointment in either the Brunswick or Augusta location. 207-607-7118.

2019 Tax Deadline is 2 Weeks Away

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This is a reminder that if you have not already filed your 2019 taxes, the deadline is fast approaching. The tax deadline is JULY 15, 2020. Just over 2 weeks left.

We have office appointment times available in both the Brunswick and Augusta locations, or if you prefer you may still mail, email or fax your information to the office. If you require an extension you may still file for your personal taxes, please contact the office.

Extension deadlines are September 15, 2020, for corporations and October 15, 2020, for personal.

Extensions must be filed by Wednesday July 15, 2020.

2019 Tax Deadline

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If you have not already filed your 2019 taxes, the deadline is approaching fast. The tax deadline is JULY 15, 2020.

We have office appointment times available in both the Brunswick and Augusta locations, or if you prefer you may still mail, email or fax your information to the office. If you require an extension you may still file for your personal taxes, please contact the office.

Extension deadlines are September 15, 2020, for corporations and October 15, 2020, for personal.

Didn’t get your stimulus payment? Here’s what the IRS says you need to do…

Didn't get your stimulus payment. We have advice for you.

The IRS said they are working on fixing some issues pertaining to the “Get My Payment” portal and that updates should be available daily. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and their responses:

Q: I am getting a “Payment Status Not Available” error – What does that mean?

Your information proving eligibility hasn’t been processed yet or you are an SSA/RRB recipient and data for those individuals aren’t yet available.

Otherwise, according to tax officials, these are your most likely scenarios:

  • If you are not eligible for payment (see IRS.gov on who is eligible and who is not eligible)
  • If you are required to file a tax return and have not filed in tax year 2018 or 2019.
  • If you recently filed your return or provided information through Non-Filers: Enter Your Payment Info on IRS.gov. Your payment status will be updated when processing is completed.
  • If you are an SSA or RRB, SSI or VA benefit recipient – the IRS is working with your agency to issue your payment; your information is not available in this app yet.

Q: What does “Need More Information” mean?

The IRS has confirmed that you are eligible for your stimulus payment but doesn’t have current or active banking information to process your direct deposit.

  • Just verify your 2018 or 2019 tax return information and input a valid routing and checking account number. Users of prepaid or “digital-only” banking accounts are also eligible.
  • You should then get it within seven days, according to some media reports.

Q: The IRS sent my payment to a closed, frozen or otherwise inaccessible bank account, what’s next?

  • If your payment date has been scheduled and processed, your bank will likely reject the direct deposit and send it back to the IRS.
  • At this time, officials say they will be dispersing rejected direct deposits by mailing checks to your last-known mail address.
  • According to the IRS website: “Get My Payment will not allow you to change your bank information once your payment has been processed.”
  • It adds, “no action is needed to contact the IRS as phone assistors won’t be able to change your bank information either”

Q: I requested a direct deposit, why am I getting a mailed payment?

  • The IRS says those who it determined to have invalid bank account information will be getting their payment mailed to the address on file.
  • “Those who did file, but did not include direct deposit information, should use “Get My Payment” to provide their banking information to get their Economic Impact Payment immediately,” the website said.