Reservists, Enlistees May Get Deferral of Back TaxesWritten by Richard A. Chapo
Reservists called to active duty and enlistees in armed forces may qualify for a deferral of taxes owed if they can show that their ability to pay taxes was affected by their military service.
The deferral covers active duty members of military services — Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard — and commissioned officers of uniformed services — Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Reservists must be placed on active duty to qualify. National Guard personnel not serving in a “federalized” status — that is, called to active duty specifically by president of United States — are not covered.
The deferral applies to taxes that fall due before or during military service, and extends payment deadline to six months (180 days) after military service ends. No interest or penalty accrues during deferral period.
The deferral is not automatic. A taxpayer must apply for it. When applying, taxpayer must show how military service affected taxpayer's ability to pay. A taxpayer must also have received a notice of tax due, or have an installment agreement with IRS, before applying for deferral.
The deferral does not extend deadline for filing any tax returns. However, taxpayers in armed forces may get extra time to file under other provisions, such as being stationed overseas, in a combat zone or in a qualified hazardous duty area, or if they are serving in direct support of a combat zone.
Baby Shower Invitation WordingWritten by Randy Wilson
If you need ideas for baby shower invitation wording, then here are some great ideas for you. Baby shower invitations contain important details of baby shower event, but they need to be cute and fun as well. Wording for baby shower invitations can be easy to create on your own or you can go to several Internet sites for some of best baby shower wording ideas available. There you will find all of baby shower invitation wording ideas you will ever need. What you say is as important as how you say it.
Your baby shower invitation wording can be either generic or specific. If you know gender of baby, then you should try to create gender specific wording for baby shower invitation. There are wonderful little sayings for baby boys, as well as wonderful sayings for baby girls. But if gender’s not yet known, don’t worry. There are many standard wording options as well.
You will find ideas online for twins, triplets, and even adoption baby shower invitation wording. You can search for ideas in many places, but best place to look for anything in our world today is Internet. Many invitation websites have what’s called ‘Wording Libraries’ where they offer hundreds of wording options for you. Your baby shower invitation wording could be in form of a quote or baby poem. Wording for invitations can be casual or formal depending on overall style and theme of event. Just be sure to be consistent. People will assume that casual wording means it’s going to be a casual event!
Your baby shower invitation wording needs to contain some important information, like time, date, location, and names of guests of honor! Don’t forget to include where mother or mother to be is registered for gifts. And perhaps you’re throwing a surprise baby shower – what fun! Just be sure to tell your guests to keep it quiet in baby shower invitation wording. Here is a sample wording for baby shower invitations when you want to keep big event a surprise:
Shhh! It’s a Secret!
A Surprise Baby Shower for
Anne Marie Glenn
and newborn Joe Steven