Irs Says It Is Ready Now For 2010 Returns


On December 30, 2010, the IRS advised certain taxpayers to wait until mid or late February, 2011 to file their income tax returns for 2010. This was because the IRS needed time to reprogram its computers to reflect the 2010 Tax Leave Act's changes. Taxpayers that were affected by the delay are those claiming:

Itemized deductions on Schedule A; above-the-line deductions for higher education tuition and fees; and about-the-line deductions for kindergarten through grade 12 educators with out-of-pocket classroom expenses of up to $250.

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