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Here are some facts to know about next year tax filing season

W-2's are due to Social Security Administration January 31 instead of February 28th

No automatic extensions to file W-2's is gone.

1099-MISC that have box 7 non-employee compensation will be due to the IRS January 31

EITC and Additional Child Tax Credit Tax Return refunds will be held up by the IRS until February 15th

Partnership Tax Returns are due March 15th and C-Corp Tax Returns due April 15th

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