How to pay taxes in the USA

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Taxes are amounts of money people contribute to the costs of running a country or community. hei tauira, takoha utu hoki kura, hōhipera, and roads.When citizens and green card holders pay taxes, they are paying their share of programs that benefit them.

Taxes are amounts of money people contribute to the costs of running a country or community. For example, taxes pay for schools, hospitals, and roads.When citizens and green card holders pay taxes, they are paying their share of programs that benefit them.

How to pay taxes in the US: understanding the forms and process

How to pay taxes in the US: understanding the forms and process

He aha te mea he tāke?

What is a tax?

He tāke Ko te nui o te moni utu tatou ki kāwanatanga. Kawanatanga ngā kāwanatanga e hānga ana, kāwanatanga kāwanatanga, me te iti, kāwanatanga ā-rohe e rere kauti me pa. Ki te whiwhi koe i te moni, whakapau moni, ranei rawa ake i roto i Amerika, Ka utu koe takoha o tetahi ahua ranei tetahi. He mea nui ki te mārama me pēhea ki te hoatu takoha i te ara tika.

A tax is an amount of money we pay to governments. Governments include federal government, state governments, and the smaller, local governments that run counties and cities. If you earn money, spend money, or own property in America, you will pay taxes of one kind or another. It is important to understand how to pay taxes in the right way.

He aha te mea tāke moni?

What is income tax?

How do I pay taxes

How do I pay taxes

tāke moni whiwhi Ko te tāke i runga i to koutou moni (he aha whiwhi koe riro mai i tena tau ranei). People utu tāke moni ki te kāwanatanga e hānga ana, me te ki te nuinga o kāwanatanga kāwanatanga. (ētahi āhua, pērā i New Hampshire, a Florida, e kore e ki atu tenei tāke moni.) kohia tāke whiwhinga Federal e te Revenue Ratonga ā- (IRS) a ka haere ki te US Treasury. haere tāke State moni ki te kī tari moni.

Income tax is a tax on your income (what you earn or receive every year). People pay income tax to the federal government and to most state governments. (Some states, such as New Hampshire and Florida, do not charge income tax.) Federal income tax is collected by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and goes to the US Treasury. State income tax goes to state revenue departments.

Ko te auau, nui ranei, o te tāke whiwhinga moni utu koe tei runga i te nui koutou whiwhi me aha koutou utu e. Iwi e whiwhi tango moni atu ranei te utu ake i roto i takoha atu te iwi e whiwhi iti moni.

The rate, or amount, of income tax you pay depends on how much you earn and what your expenses are. People who earn or receive more money pay more in taxes than people who get less money.

pā Ētahi mea te nui te utu e koe. Ki te whai tamariki koe, whiwhi koe i te nama tāke nui ki te āwhina ia koe ki te utu o te whakatairanga i te utuafare. te tikanga te nama tāke utu koutou tāke i runga i iti iho o to koutou moni.

Other things affect how much you pay. If you have children, you get a large tax credit to help you with the costs of raising a family. A tax credit means you pay tax on less of your income.

Getting married can affect how much tax you pay, rawa. iwi kotahi whiwhi i te nama tāke raro atu i te hoa faaipoipo, na kia utu ratou ake tāke. Ko feia faaipoipo nei kia utu mahi e rua atu tāke tahi atu ka i kotahi ratou.

Getting married can affect how much tax you pay, too. Single people get a lower tax credit than a married couple, so they may pay more tax. But married couples who both work may pay more tax together than when they were single.

Me pēhea e kōnae ahau he hoki tāke?

How do I file a tax return?

katoa tau, kaimahi me pakihi whai ki te tātai i to ratou moni mo te tau i mua i. Na ka feruri ratou i roto i te nui o takoha ratou nama, me te unga o ratou tau ki te kāwanatanga. huaina ana tēnei tukanga ko “filing a tax return.” E rave rahi te iwi kua kua utua ratou takoha i te wa kōnae ratou ratou hoki tāke. Ko tenei no te mea i tangohia i te nui hoki takoha te i to ratou paychecks auau i mua ratou kia utua. I te tahi taime, kia whakaatu i tō hoki tāke kua kua utua koe rawa nui tāke, a au te kāwanatanga koe he moni!

Every year, workers and businesses have to calculate their income for the year before. Then they figure out how much tax they owe and send their figures to the government. This process is called “filing a tax return.” Many people have already paid their taxes by the time they file their tax return. This is because an amount for taxes is taken from their regular paychecks before they get paid. Sometimes, your tax return may show you’ve already paid too much tax, and the government owes you a refund!

E hiahia ahau ki te kōnae i te hoki tāke?

Do I need to file a tax return?

Ahakoa nama koe takoha ranei au te kāwanatanga koutou, it is your responsibility to know when and how to pay taxes . You must send your tax return for the previous year to the government before April 15 every year. ka tukua atu koe i roto i tou hoki tāke i runga i te puka tā e te kāwanatanga. He tino roa nga puka, me te ui mo rota o ngā kōrero e pā ana ki to koutou moni me utu.

Whether you owe taxes or the government owes you, it is your responsibility to know when and how to pay taxes . You must send your tax return for the previous year to the government before April 15 every year. You will send in your tax return on a form printed by the government. The forms are very long and ask for lots of details about your income and expenses.

Me pēhea e whiwhi ahau te tauturu te aufauraa i takoha?

How do I get help paying taxes?

Ki te he koe i te wa pakeke he mahara ki pehea ki te utu takoha, kaua e manukanuka. Ka taea e koe te tiki äwhina. He maha hapori me te whakanohonoho whakahaere whakahere āwhina. Ki te mea ko koe te rerenga tata anō, ani i te tauturu i to koutou tari whakaruru.

If you are having a hard time understanding how to pay taxes, do not worry. You can get help. Many community and resettlement organizations offer assistance. If you are a recently resettled refugee, ask for help at your resettlement office.

Ahakoa, ki te kahore e koe i te rerenga, He te kāwanatanga he hōtaka ki te āwhina i te iwi e hiahia ana i te reira. te Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (vita) hōtaka offers free tax help to people who earn $54,000 he tau iti iho ranei, ki te iwi ki te hauā, a ki te iwi ki te iti English. You can quickly find the nearest help by using the VITA locator. He maha nga wahi whakahere te tauturu i roto i Spanish, Arabic, reo Hainamana me ētahi atu.

Even if you are not a refugee, the government has a program to help people who need it. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax help to people who earn $54,000 a year or less, to people with disabilities, and to people with limited English. You can quickly find the nearest help by using the VITA locator. Many places offer help in Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and other languages.

Pouaka koutou hoki tāke ipurangi

Filing your tax return online

Ki te hiahia koe ki te kōnae koutou ake hoki tāke, i reira e rave rahi hōtaka ka taea e koe te whakamahi i, tae atu i te kotahi tino noa, Tāke Turbo. Ko e whai koe ki te utu mō te Turbo Tāke.

If you prefer to file your own tax return, there are several programs you can use, including the most common one, Turbo Tax. But you do have to pay for Turbo Tax.

Ka taea hoki te haere tika tonu ki te paetukutuku IRS Freefile ka tīmata i te tukanga i reira.

You can also go straight to the IRS Freefile website and start the process there.

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