A filed tax form. also called return.
A tax return is a form declaring your income to the Inland Revenue More Tax Year - The tax year, or financial year, doesn't coincide with the calendar year More
Annual return supplied by the individual to the Inland Revenue detailing all incomes, from employment, investments, benefits and perks, in addition to allowable expenses. The tax return forms the basis on which the individual's tax liability is calculated.
A form you fill out and send to the government that shows your income and taxes that you paid or need to pay.
document giving the tax collector information about the taxpayer's tax liability; "his gross income was enough that he had to file a tax return"
a com putation of the amount of tax owed to the government for a calendar year
a confidential document and should not be shown to anyone other than an IRS agent without your prior consent
a form on which you must give details of your income and expenses, if asked to do so by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)
a form that must be filled in for the Inland Revenue ( now HM revenue and Customs) with details of things like your income
a form you fill out and send in (either by mail or electronically) to the U
a self defense tool where you have a chance to declare what your actual tax obligations are and prevent IRS from accusing you of owing hundreds of times more than that
a tax form containing sufficient information from which the commission can determine tax liability
A statement of an employeeâ€(tm)s income which is submitted to the Australian Taxation Office at the end of the financial year.
an official form on which a company or individual enters details of income and expenses, used to assess tax liability.
The Inland Revenue sends these forms out to taxpayers each year. Income and gains for the year are declared on the form and certain allowances are claimed. There are fines and penalties charged by the Inland Revenue if the returns are sent in late, incomplete or incorrect.
The return which the Inland Revenue may require you to send to them. This return would include details of all of your income and gains for a tax year as well as any claims for tax reliefs and allowances.
The tax form used to file income taxes to the IRS.
Generic name of the form used to file taxes payable to a federal, state or local government. The tax return includes items such as gross income, deductions, tax credits and tax due. Individual taxpayers file on a calendar year basis using Form 1040, which is due 3 1/2 months after the tax year. Corporations prepare Form 1120 on a calendar year or fiscal year basis. It is due 2 1/2 months after the tax year. The partnership tax return is Form 1065.
Tax returns (in the United States) are reports filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or with the state or local tax collection agency (California Franchise Tax Board, for example) containing information used to calculate income tax or other taxes. Tax returns are generally prepared using forms prescribed by the IRS or other applicable taxing authority.
Normally, Canadian Individual tax returns for any specific year must be filed by April 30 of the following year. There is no provision for generally extending this deadine, but some classes of people have extended deadlines.
In the United Kingdom the term tax return is used to refer to the document which must be filed with the HM Revenue & Customs declaring liability for taxation. Different bodies must file different returns with respect to various forms of taxation.
In Australia, individuals and taxpaying entities with taxable income must file different returns with the Australian Taxation Office in respect of various forms of taxation.