You have probably heard the warning many times in your adult life not to sign something you have not read. Nevertheless, most people will admit that they do so frequently. Someone pushes a paper across the desk or counter, gives a synopsis of the contents and points to the line where you should sign.
If you have student loans like so many other Missouri residents do, then you are probably familiar with the term "deferment," which allows you to postpone your loan payments for a specified period. Did you know that the IRS has a similar option? Of course, the criteria for receiving a deferral from paying your taxes are much more stringent than it is for your student loans.
April 15 is often a dreaded date for many individuals and businesses in Missouri and across the country as that is the day that taxes typically must be filed. Though most people enjoy the things that taxes fund -- such as public libraries and well-maintained roadways -- few people enjoy parting with their hard-earned money. Despite this, most people do not attempt tax evasion.
With tax season rapidly coming to a close, you may still have many worries regarding your personal taxes. Any time you have to deal with the Internal Revenue Service, you may feel a twinge of anxiety, even if you feel that you have done nothing wrong. In fact, many people commonly fear that they will face a tax audit.