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Knowing when a taxpayer must file a return

Georgia residents may be in the habit of filing a tax return each year. However, depending on an individual's filing status and income, that may not be necessary. Typically, people don't have to file if their income is less than the standard deduction and personal exemption combined. For a single filer over the age of 65, that amount would be $11,900.

When you are unable to pay your taxes

Some Georgia residents are financially unable to pay their IRS bills because of not having anything left to pay towards their bills after their other expenses. If you owe back taxes and are unable to make payments to the IRS because of your limited income, you may qualify for a "currently not collectible" status with the IRS.

5 commonly overlooked tax deductions

Tax forms have all been mailed, and the deadline for filing starts to loom for many people. As you prepare to file your 2016 taxes, your goal is to limit your obligations to the government and maximize a refund if you are getting one. Every year, millions of American miss tax deductions that should reduce the amount they owe the government without realizing it.

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