IRS Form 433-A is an application for preparing taxes. To give its users an opportunity to file their income tax returns straight away from their smartphones or tablets, PDFfiller launched a mobile app specifically designed for filling out the most widely-used tax documents. Now, if you ever need to electronically file a specific form, all you have to do is download the respective program devoted to that particular document.
The directions for using the tax filing app are simple:
✓ Open the Form 433-A application downloaded on your mobile device.
✓ Select the version of the document that works best for you.
✓ Complete the blank.
✓ Submit the completed tax return to the Internal Revenue Service.
The IRS Form 433-A has to be filed by anyone who owes taxes to the government. The aim of the blank is to provide a list of all the taxpayer’s property, assets, information on employment and accounts. After such a report is submitted to the IRS, they will then determine if the taxpayer is able to cover their debts. As a side note, although the document comprises of six pages and seven sections - you may not necessarily need to fill out each section.
The first five sections concern the following:
✓ Standard personal information of the taxpayer and his/her spouse (if married).
✓ Information about the place of employment and the basis on which the wages are paid (for both the taxpayer and the spouse).
✓ Other data on the finances of the taxpayer - such as bankruptcy, living abroad, information on insurance or trusts, etc.
✓ A section devoted to assets: bank accounts, investments, credits, life insurance, property, personal assets, etc.
✓ Report on monthly income and expenses.
The following two sections have to be completed by self-employed taxpayers. They include information on business and sole proprietorship.
All data has to be entered into the fillable fields in the electronic form. Once you enter the app, you will see a blue arrow showing you where to start and it will guide you throughout the whole document. Some fields are checkboxes where you should put a tick; there are also date fields that will prompt you to set a date after clicking on them.
Page 4 contains a line where the taxpayer and taxpayer’s spouse have to put their signatures. To sign the form, tap on the respective field and draw the signature with a finger or stylus. After that, it can be saved and submitted.
When the document is filled out and signed, click Done and share it via email or print it out.
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