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How to Prepare Your Taxes for an Income Increase

How to Prepare Your Taxes for an Income Increase

Milford, NH Resident Expects a Big Bonus

Any significant changes to your annual income can push you to the next tax bracket.  This means that the additional money received may be taxed at a higher rate.  The good news is that the original income that you were anticipating throughout the year will not be taxed at a higher rate.  The federal tax system in the United States is progressive, which means as your income increases only these additional portions that exceed the limits of a current tax bracket are taxed at a higher rate.

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Amherst, NH Residents Asks for Help

For each month that your estimated tax payment is due, but not paid, the IRS charges a 0.5% penalty.  As the months go by, this penalty percentage will increase to a maximum of 25% of the taxes owed.  Quarterly estimated tax payments are due April 15th, June 15th, September 15th, and January 15th of the following year.  When the date falls on a weekend, the payment is due the following weekday.  A missed payment is seen by the IRS as an underpayment and is treated as such.

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