Don't have a Twitter account? Don't want to "like" our Facebook page? That's okay, any burning issues will show as a "hot topic" on our home page. We will also keep the past few hot topics here on this page in case you miss any.
If you have questions about any of these hot topics, be sure to call. We intentionally do NOT post all the same material to our Twitter, Facebook, and Hot Topic pages, so we encourage you to follow us on either Facebook or Twitter in addition to checking this page now and then. No sense bombarding you with duplicate and triplicate information!
The IRS has now made it possible for taxpayers to download and print transcripts of their past tax returns from its website. Once an account has been set up, taxpayers may log in anytime to print transcripts for any purpose, including mortgage financing, college financial aid applications, etc.
During the funding lapse (the so-called "government shutdown"), the IRS will be operating on minimal staff. Tax returns and payments are still due on the same dates as always, but until normal operations resume refund checks will not be issued and customer service centers will be closed. Automated systems such as electronic tax return filing and taxpayer notifications will continue to operate, but manual operations such as paper-filed returns and written correspondences will be held until support staff returns to their duties. Taxpayers should assume that any audit or assistance meetings are canceled until further notice.
Not sure if you need to file 1099 forms? Read all about it and walk through our quick online questionnaire to find out.
Hot Topics (things we deem noteworthy enough to bug you about) will show up in an "alert" style box at the top our front page for a couple weeks, then move to the "Hot Topics" page.
The Granite Point website is now mobile optimized! What does this mean? It means that no matter what crazy screen size you are browsing on, our website will now lay itself out appropriately. Nifty, eh?