The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has introduced a new online tool for taxpayers and citizens to calculate their annual income taxes and property tax.
The tool, called gst, allows users to calculate tax-free income taxes on an annual basis.
The tools are being launched by DHS in partnership with a number of US state and local governments.
This will help them to plan for future tax payments.
“Our goal is to help citizens and taxpayers keep track of their tax obligations and to help our federal, state, and local government prepare and implement effective tax strategies,” said Michael Baca, director of DHS’ tax department.
“We are thrilled that the IRS will be making this tool available to its citizens and helping to ensure that taxpayers understand their options for determining their tax liability.”
Gst is part of a broader US government initiative that aims to improve the quality of taxpayer information, including the quality and accuracy of tax returns and the use of the Taxpayer Advocate’s Tool.
“Taxpayers deserve to be able to make informed tax decisions, and the tools we’re developing are a great way for them to do that,” said Baca.
“The IRS has made it easy to share taxpayer data with others by making this online tool available and making it easy for taxpayers to calculate income taxes.”
The tool allows users the option to enter the annual total income and property taxes owed, as well as the number of months and years of tax liability remaining.
For example, an individual with an annual income of $20,000 could enter the year 2020 and their total income tax owed would be $30,000.
The income tax can be calculated by multiplying the amount by an amount equal to the total amount of tax due.
For an individual who has a $10,000 property tax bill, the total property tax owed is $25,000, which would be entered as $30k tax owed in 2020.
The same calculation can be made for an individual that has a total income of zero and no property tax liabilities.
The new tool allows taxpayers to also enter their tax debt as a decimal amount (e.g. $1,000).
The tax debt can be entered by entering a dollar amount or an individual’s name, address, and contact information.
This allows the IRS to calculate the amount of the tax debt.
When an individual has a debt payment due, they will receive an email reminder to pay their debt.
The reminder is sent to the email address provided on the account.
When the taxpayer receives the email, they can view their debt, pay it off, or file a claim.
This process is done by clicking on the Payments tab on the left-hand side of the online tool, and clicking on File Claims.
The IRS also has a tool that allows taxpayers with a credit card to set up an account and start a credit report.
Users can set up a credit account, create a credit profile, and file a credit check to review their credit history.
The credit check will include a copy of the credit report from the Credit Bureau, which will help ensure the credit was applied correctly.
The government also has the ability to use this tool to monitor and report fraud, misuse, and abuse of credit.
For more information on this new tool, visit the US Department Of Homeland Security’s website.
Updated June 20, 2019 11:53:57