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Hello, I'm Sara from TurboTax, with some information about IRS tax forms. It's unlikely you enjoy filling out tax forms, but if you have to pay income tax every year, you should be glad you don't have to come up with one yourself. The purpose of IRS forms is to collect tax payer information in a uniform way. By issuing standard forms the IRS is able to operate much more efficiently. The most well known IRS form is probably your personal tax return, usually a 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ but there are many more that you may have to include with your tax return. Commonly, tax payers also have to provide a little more detail on schedule attachments. If you itemize your deductions for example, you may be familiar with the schedule A form where you list these deductions. Others include the schedule B to report certain interest income and the schedule D to report your stock transactions. If you've ever claimed a tax credit then you are well aware that the IRS creates a separate form for each one. There are even informational forms like your W2 or 1099. These report all the types of income you receive during the year and are vital for preparing your return. You can easily attain all IRS forms on its website at www.irs.gov and remember if you use TurboTax to prepare your return, we'll ask you simple questions, guide you step-by-step and fill in all the right forms for you. For more tax tips and guidance, visit TurboTax.com.
Hola, soy Sara de TurboTax, con un poco de información acerca de los formularios de impuestos del IRS (siglas en inglés de Servicio de Impuestos Internos). Es poco probable que disfrutes de llenar los formularios de impuestos, pero si tienes que pagar impuestos sobre la renta todos los años deberías estar contento de no tener que venir con uno tú mismo. El propósito de los formularios del IRS es recoger información de los contribuyentes de una manera uniforme. Mediante la emisión de formularios el IRS es capaz de operar de manera más eficiente. El más conocido formulario del IRS es probablemente el de tu declaración de impuestos personal, por lo general un 1040, 1040A o 1040EZ pero hay muchos más que tal vez tengas que incluir en tu declaración de impuestos. Por lo general, los contribuyentes también tienen que proporcionar algo más de detalle en los anexos adjuntos. Si detallas tus deducciones por ejemplo, puedes estar familiarizado con el formulario de anexo A donde listarás estas deducciones. Otros incluyen el anexo B para reportar el ingreso de determinados intereses y el anexo D para reportar tus transacciones bursátiles. Si alguna vez has reclamado un crédito fiscal entonces, sabes muy bien que el IRS genera un formulario separado para cada uno. Hay incluso formularios de información, como tus W2 o 1099. Estos informan todos los tipos de ingresos que recibes durante el año y son vitales para la preparación de tu presentación. Puedes obtener todos los formularios del IRS en su sitio web www.irs.gov y recuerda, si usas TurboTax para preparar tu declaración, vamos a hacerte preguntas sencillas, guiándote paso a paso para llenar todos los formularios correctos para ti. Para obtener más consejos y orientación sobre impuestos, visita TurboTax.com.