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Quicktime Taxes

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Our team of professionals make customer service our priority so when you're looking for a tax preparation firm, Quicktime Taxes is the best possible choice. 

Quicktime provides income tax preparation and electronic filing.  Audit assistance and free review of income tax returns are also part of Quicktime's commitment to service. Additional fees may apply.

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6) 1099-MISC Miscellaneous Income 2015 IRS Tax Forms & 2) 1096 Transmittal Forms

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2015 IRS Tax Form 1099-MISC single sheet set for 2 recipients, 4-part laser
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2015 IRS Tax Form W-3 Transmittal of Wage & Tax Statements (for W-2s to SSA)
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Form 1040

Form 1040

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Vail Daily column: ID theft can take many forms
The IRS received nearly 450,000 complaints of tax identity theft last year, and it's not slowing down. Tax ID theft can take several forms. One trick is that the thief will file a tax return claiming he or she is are owed a hefty refund, and the IRS …
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IRS needs health insurance documentation
Do you have health insurance? If you are getting ready to file your federal income taxes, be prepared to prove it. Because of changes in the health insurance marketplace, newcomers to the system will be required to file an additional form with their …
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Tax day, April 18th
IRS.gov has many word-filled and number-filled pages of this kind of stuff. And all kinds of documents and instructions and forms for your entertainment. Pick a couple and see if you can get through two whole pages without your eyes glazing over. This …
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Letter lost for more than two years

Letter lost for more than two years

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In early 1943 Lyttleton Ballard’s wife, living in Staunton Virginia, filled out an income tax form for 1942 and mailed it to Lyttleton in Alaska for his signature. It was not returned and Mrs. Ballard made out another form. More than two years later, in July 1945, an envelope was delivered to the Ballard home, now in Charlottesville Virginia containing a water logged envelope and an explanation of the “delay in delivery.” Inside was the tax form mailed in March 1943 that had been discovered in aircraft wreckage. In the interim years the family address had changed from Staunton VA, to Wickford RI, to Bradford RI to Martha’s Vineyard MA and finally to the home of an uncle in Charlottesville VA. Thomas Ballard, son of Lyttleton, gives the postal service a great deal of credit for tracking the family down and delivering the long lost letter. The post office included a letter of explanation with the long lost letter and tax form.

Postal letter

Postal letter

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In early 1943 Lyttleton Ballard’s wife, living in Staunton Virginia, filled out an income tax form for 1942 and mailed it to Lyttleton in Alaska for his signature. It was not returned and Mrs. Ballard made out another form. More than two years later, in July 1945, an envelope was delivered to the Ballard home, now in Charlottesville Virginia containing a water logged envelope and an explanation of the “delay in delivery.” Inside was the tax form mailed in March 1943 that had been discovered in aircraft wreckage. In the interim years the family address had changed from Staunton VA, to Wickford RI, to Bradford RI to Martha’s Vineyard MA and finally to the home of an uncle in Charlottesville VA. Thomas Ballard, son of Lyttleton, gives the postal service a great deal of credit for tracking the family down and delivering the long lost letter. The post office included a letter of explanation with the long lost letter and tax form.

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