April 15, 2014 is the last day to file your 2010 tax return and claim your refund. For those with an extension, the deadline is October 15, 2014.
You may have April 15, 2014 on your mind as the deadline to file your 2013 taxes. April 15, 2014 is not only the deadline to file your 2013 taxes, but it is the deadline to file your 2010 taxes and receive your tax refund.
The statute of limitations allows up to three years for taxpayers to claim a tax refund. That means, any refunds outside of the three-year limit will not be granted. File your 2010 taxes online with PriorTax and receive your 2010 refund.
How do I file my 2010 taxes in 2014?
To file your 2010 taxes in 2014, simply create an account on PriorTax for the 2010 tax year. Once you finish, be sure to submit. Our team of tax experts will review your account for accuracy. Once reviewed your return will be available for download. You’ll have to print the return and mail it to the IRS. It may take the IRS up to 12 weeks to process your 2010 tax refund.
Before filing, you should be familiar with the 2010 tax rates. The 2010 tax rates vary from the current year tax brackets. The 2010 tax table for those filing as single and married filing separately is below.
What are the 2010 Tax Credits?
Before filing your 2010 taxes, it’s also a good idea to make a list of 2010 tax credits you can claim. Tax credits for the 2010 tax year include the Making Work Pay Credit, Additional Child Tax Credit, American Opportunity Credit, Adoption Credit, Health Coverage Tax credit, First-time Homebuyer Credit, and Credit for Federal Tax on Fuels.
For the 2010 tax year, if qualified, you can also claim the EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit). You may claim the EITC if in 2010, your income fell below;
- $13,460 ($18,470 married filing jointly) and you had no qualifying children
- $35,535 ($40,545 married filing jointly) and one qualifying child
- $40,363 ($45,373 married filing jointly) and two qualifying children
- $43,252 ($48,362 married filing jointly) and three or more qualifying children
File 2010 taxes online today. You have until April 15 of this year to file your 2010 tax return or you won’t be able to receive your 2010 tax refund. PriorTax offers late tax filing for 2010. Get your 2010 taxes out of the way today and file today!
2/3/2014 Photo via Jon Parise on Flickr