It’s an old adage, but still very much relevant in today’s tax world: If it sounds too
good to be true, it probably is.
You can pay your tax bill or notice by credit card.
Be aware of this Massachusetts sales tax provision if you happen to buy a new vehicle while out of state.
The IRS estimates that four out of five eligible workers and families get the Earned Income Credit, but millions who could claim it don’t.
One of the key work incentives for individuals and families who earned $51,567 or less last year is the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) which allows low and moderate income workers to keep more of what they earn. It’s also the federal and MA …Continue Reading Did you know January 31st is National Earned Income Tax Credit Day?
If you are 65 years or older at the close of the taxable year and your principal residence is in Massachusetts, you may be eligible for the Senior Circuit Breaker, a refundable credit against personal income taxes. First, you have to meet income thresholds: For …Continue Reading The Easiest Tax Break Seniors Can Get!
In some cases where there is an obvious math or clerical error on your return, the DOR will issue a Notice of Change in Tax (see graphic below) You will find it on the stub of your check and it will list the reason the amount of refund …Continue Reading Refund Check isn’t What You Thought it Would Be?
DOR has updated our Filing Zone webpage with new resources, tips and information to help you get through the tax season now that you’ve filed your income tax return. Our newest features include helping you understand common tax notices and bills you might find in your mailbox, …Continue Reading Dare to Enter the Filing Zone? Get all the Tax Help You Need!
Welcome to the Department of Revenue’s new OpenDOR blog! We’ve made several key changes to make your navigation experience easier– while keeping you fully updated with what’s new here at DOR. We hope you enjoy exploring the embedded videos, interactive discussion opportunities and easy-to-navigate gateways to …Continue Reading Welcome to Our New Blog!
The new Massachusetts Wellness Tax Credit gives small businesses a state tax credit for having an employee wellness program. This is an excellent opportunity for business owners to help their employees live healthier lifestyles. MA businesses that employ 200 or fewer workers may qualify for the tax …Continue Reading Help Your Employees Live Healthier with a Wellness Tax Credit