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first_imgThe individual tax return, Form 1040, is also the mechanism for people to claim any missing $1,200 or $600 stimulus payments from last year.Besides the disruptions from the pandemic, the changes in tax law will mean some filers will have to wait for updated forms, resubmit their returns, and some will need to consult a tax adviser on how to proceed if they’ve already filed. The tax extension also comes as the IRS has been handed another big task: processing a third round of direct payments to households, this time for $1,400 each. The IRS said it has so far sent about 90 million payments totaling $242 billion.[More: Ed Slott: What clients won’t see on this year’s 1099-R form] House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal, Rep. Bill Pascrell, and Mike Crapo, the top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, had asked IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig to delay the filing deadline.“This extension is absolutely necessary to give Americans some needed flexibility in a time of unprecedented crisis,” Neal and Pascrell said in a statement Wednesday. “While we are pleased with this 30-day extension, we will continue to monitor developments during this hectic filing season.”The IRS, which has the administrative authority to delay tax deadlines without Congress, also extended the filing season last year at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.As of early March, the IRS has been behind last year’s metrics in the number of tax returns filed and processed and the number of refunds issued. The filing season, which began Feb. 12, started about two weeks later than usual, and has contributed to the slump. The postponement applies to individual taxpayers, including people who pay self-employment tax, the IRS said in a statement Wednesday. The relief does not apply to the first-quarter 2021 estimated tax payments that many small business owners owe, however, the agency said. Those payments are still due on April 15. The IRS said it plans to issue more guidance in the coming days.“This continues to be a tough time for many people, and the IRS wants to continue to do everything possible to help taxpayers navigate the unusual circumstances related to the pandemic, while also working on important tax-administration responsibilities,” IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said in the statement. “Even with the new deadline, we urge taxpayers to consider filing as soon as possible, especially those who are owed refunds.”The filing extension gives taxpayers additional breathing room to meet their tax obligations in what is becoming one of the most complicated tax seasons in decades. The change would come after calls from accountants and leaders in Congress to delay the due date as new legislation and pandemic-related work changes disrupt taxpayer plans.The IRS said that taxpayers do not need to take any action to take advantage of the extended May 17 deadline. The agency highlighted that the delay does not apply to state tax returns, where the deadlines are set by each jurisdiction.Among the changes this tax season are last-minute amendments to the $1.9 trillion stimulus bill signed into law earlier this month that give filers a new tax exemption on up to $10,200 of jobless benefits. center_img The Internal Revenue Service is delaying the April 15 tax filing deadline to May 17, giving taxpayers an additional month to file returns and pay any outstanding levies. Global investors heading for ESG ETFslast_img read more


first_imgRockets play Marlboro this afternoon, Barnegat tomorrow With the qualification deadline for the NJISAA Central Jersey Group II and Shore Conference tournaments looming on Friday, the Raritan High School softball team needs two victories in its three games this week to get into both tourneys.The Rockets opened the season with four wins in their first five games, including a 2- 0 win over St. John Vianney. Since the triumph over Vianney, however, Raritan has won just three games and now stands at 7-7 on the year, following a 1-0 loss to Red Bank Regional on Saturday.”We just haven’t played as well as we can since the Vianney game,” coach Janet Citro said. “Still, this is a very good team and I’m confident that we’ll get it back together. There are a lot of games to be played.”The Rockets were set to visitHolmdel on Monday andMarlboro this afternoon, before traveling to Barnegat tomorrow. The prospect of three away games in such a big week does not face the coach.”It’s been one of those seasons where our team actually plays better on the road,” she said. “I’m not sure why that is, but we’re a good road team.”The pitching, thanks to junior Kerrilyn Svenson, has been fine. The junior has tossed 101 innings permitting 14 earned runs for an ERA of 0.97, while limiting opponents to 57 hits. She has 108 strikeouts and has issued 24 free passes. Svenson is also the Rockets leading hitter with a .419 batting average to go with a home run and eight RBIs and a .479 on base percentage.Alyssa Mautone is batting .297 with a homer and six RBIs and has drawn a teamleading seven bases on balls.Outfielder Sam “Goose” Helmstetter follows with a .278 mark and three RBIs.”We’re not as consistent at the plate as I’d like to be,” saidCitro,whose teamhas struck out 103 times.”Our goal is to put the ball in play and make the other team have to get us out.”Raritan has played pretty well in the field. Mancuso and first baseman Genna Pensabene,who has recorded 104 putouts at first base, have been flawless with the glove. Svenson has made one error and shortstop Shelia Sim has made only two errors.”This team is good enough to win games and do well in the tournaments,” Citro said. “We just have to fight out of it. I know they can do it, and once we get a few wins we can build on that momentum.” BY WARREN RAPPLEYEA Staff Writer last_img read more