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Uncle Sam pays you to File Late 2009 Tax Returns
Did you miss the 2010 tax deadline? It’s ok, you are not alone, there are many out there like you. The April 15th, 2010 tax deadline was missed by many tax payers. As long as you don’t owe any taxes it’s ok that you didn’t file on time. However, don’t ignore your 2009 taxes altogether if you don’t owe any money as most people today are actually owed money, and you may be due for a refund. There are extensive statistics from previous years showing how many people failed to file their taxes and therefore receive large sums of money that they paid. You don’t have to worry about paying penalties or being reprimanded for filing your taxes late if you are owed a refund. The only stressful part of getting your hands on this money is filing your taxes, which is now made easy through online tax software that helps you organize and file your 2010 taxes.
About 7 out of 10 people that pay income taxes are actually due a prior tax refund. Statistics show that in 2004 about 77% of people that filed their taxes actually ended up with money in their pockets, and not just any money, an average of $2,000! It’s also been known that there are tax payers that actually get money even if they didn’t pay any to begin with due to their earned income tax credit. In many cases people actually use their taxes as a way of saving money. By paying this money, at the end of the year they get it back in bulk, plus at times some extra. There are certain things that you can claim in order to increase your refund, it’s a matter of knowing the laws and getting creative. Overall, your refund is basically money that you have spend and are getting back, the amount of money you get back depends on how you file and how well you know the past year tax rules.