What is the EZ form for taxes?
The 1040EZ is a simplified form used by the IRS for income taxpayers that do not require the complexity of the full 1040 tax form. Simply select your tax filing status and enter a few other details to estimate your total taxes.
What is a T21 form?
T21. Employee Leaving Certificate. To be completed by the employer when an employee ceases employment: The employer should send Part 1 to the Division while Parts 2 and 3 should be given to the employee. Used to instruct the employer which code to apply when a new employee commences.
What is the minimum income to file taxes in Georgia?
Single filing status: $10,400 if under age 65. $11,950 if age 65 or older.
How much money can I make without filing taxes?
Single: If you are single and under the age of 65, the minimum amount of annual gross income you can make that requires filing a tax return is $12,200. If you’re 65 or older and plan on filing single, that minimum goes up to $13,850.
How to file for penalty relief on form 5500-ez?
Mark Check Box D, for the IRS Late Filer Penalty Relief Program, on Part I of Form 5500-EZ. You must write in red at the top of each paper return: “Delinquent Return Filed under Rev. Proc. 2015-32, Eligible for Penalty Relief” for years without Check Box D. Complete Form 14704 PDF.
Where can I find the IRS Form 5500-ez?
For the latest information about developments related to Form 5500-EZ and its instructions, such as legislation enacted after they were published, go to IRS.gov/Form5500EZ. Penalties. The instructions have been updated to reflect the penalty changes under section 6652 (e) for a plan failure to file a return.
Who is eligible for penalty relief under Revenue Procedure 2015-32?
Retirement plan sponsors who missed filing required annual reports may be eligible for penalty relief under Revenue Procedure 2015-32. One-participant plans covering a 100% owner or a partnership, and their spouses (no other participants). Non-ERISA plans only.
What kind of plans are available for Form 5500?
One-participant plans covering a 100% owner or a partnership, and their spouses (no other participants). Non-ERISA plans only. Foreign plans subject to IRS annual reporting that are maintained outside the U.S. primarily for non-resident aliens.