Destroyed Tax Returns? How the IRS might have lost your 1099 tax return

Roughly 30 million paper tax returns may have been destroyed by the IRS.

If you have received a notice indicating they did you not receive a return, this could be why.

Clifton Larson Allen’s Paul Neiffer spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about what happened with these returns, if he thinks more will get destroyed, if this will negatively impact farmers and what one needs to do if they believe their return might have been impacted.

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Related:

Good tax news for farmers if you missed the March 1st deadline

More Information Please: details on new tax requirements if your farm is a partnership

IRS Announces Final Guidance on Tax Filing Relief

IRS Issues Proposed Regulations for Distributions on Inherited IRA’s






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