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IRS Tiene $760 Millones para Personas Que No Han Presentado Declaraciones de Impuestos del 2010

IR-2014-30SP, 19 de marzo de 2014

WASHINGTON — Reembolsos que llegan a un total de casi $760 millones pueden estar esperando aproximadamente 918,600 contribuyentes que no presentaron una declaración federal de impuestos por ingresos para el año 2010, anunció hoy el Servicio de Impuestos Internos. Sin embargo, para recolectar el dinero, deberá presentarse al IRS una declaración para el año 2010 a más tardar el martes, 15 de abril de 2014.

"La ventana se está cerrando rápidamente para las personas a quienes se adeudan reembolsos del 2010 que no han presentado una declaración de impuestos", dijo el Comisionado del IRS John Koskinen. "Animamos a los estudiantes, trabajadores a tiempo parcial y otros que no han presentado declaraciones del 2010 a fijarse en esto antes de venza el plazo el 15 de abril".

El IRS calcula que la mitad de estos reembolsos potenciales para el año 2010 serían de más de $571 dólares.

Es posible que algunas personas no presentaron una declaración de impuestos porque tuvieron muy poco ingreso y el requisito de presentar una declaración no obligaba aunque tuvieran impuestos retenidos de sus salarios o hicieran pagos estimados trimestrales. En casos donde no se haya presentado una declaración, la ley establece para la mayoría de los contribuyentes una ventana de tres años para la oportunidad de reclamar un reembolso. Si no se presenta una declaración para reclamar un reembolso dentro del plazo de tres años, el dinero se convierte en propiedad del Tesoro de EE.UU.

Para declaraciones del 2010, la ventana se cierra el 15 de abril de 2014. La ley requiere que la declaración esté remitida correctamente, puesta al correo y sellada para esa fecha. No hay penalidad por presentar una declaración retrasada que califica para un reembolso.

El IRS recuerda a los contribuyentes que buscan un reembolso de 2010 que sus cheques pudieran ser retenidos si no han presentado declaraciones de impuestos para 2011 y 2012. Además, el reembolso será aplicado a cualquier monto que aún se deba al IRS o a su agencia tributaria estatal y puede utilizarse para compensar la manutención de menores que esté sin pagar o deudas federales pasadas tales como los préstamos estudiantiles.

Al no presentar una declaración, las personas se arriesgan a perder más que su reembolso de impuestos retenidos o pagados durante el año 2010. Además, muchos trabajadores de ingresos bajos y moderados quizá no reclamaron el Crédito Tributario por Ingreso del Trabajo (EITC). Para el año 2010, el crédito tiene un valor de hasta $5,666. El EITC ayuda a individuos y familias cuyos ingresos están por debajo de ciertos límites. Los límites para el año 2010 fueron:

  • $43,352 ($48,362 si casado declarando juntos) para aquellos con tres niños calificados o más,
  • $40,363 ($45,373 si casado declarando juntos) para aquellos con dos niños calificados,
  • $35,535 ($40,545 si casado declarando juntos) para aquellos con un niño calificado, y
  • $13,460 ($18,470 si casado declarando juntos) para aquellos sin niños calificados.

Los formularios e instrucciones de impuestos del IRS para este año tributario y años anteriores están disponibles en la página Forms and Publications (en inglés) de IRS.gov o llamando gratis al 800-829-3676. Los contribuyentes a quienes les faltan los formularios W-2, 1098, 1099 ó 5498 para 2010, 2011 ó 2012 deberían solicitar copias de su empleador, banco u otro pagador.

Si estos esfuerzos no dan resultado, los contribuyentes pueden obtener una transcripción gratuita mostrando información de estos documentos visitando IRS.gov. Los contribuyentes también pueden presentar el Formulario 4506-T (en inglés) para solicitar una transcripción de su declaración de impuestos.

Personas que no presentaron una declaración del 2010 con posible reembolso:

 

Estado o Distrito

Número Estimado de Individuos

Medio Potencial de Reembolso

Total Potencial de Reembolso*

 

Alabama

15,700

$574

$12,473,000

Alaska

4,700

$649

$4,810,000

Arizona

23,800

$508

$17,517,000

Arkansas

8,400

$562

$6,667,000

California

86,500

$519

$69,752,000

Colorado

17,100

$567

$14,061,000

Connecticut

11,700

$620

$10,304,000

Delaware

3,800

$573

$3,126,000

District of Columbia

3,500

$604

$3,080,000

Florida

56,800

$593

$48,407,000

Georgia

28,400

$539

$22,504,000

Hawaii

6,200

$586

$5,413,000

Idaho

3,500

$490

$2,604,000

Illinois

37,900

$626

$32,696,000

Indiana

19,600

$570

$15,478,000

Iowa

9,200

$576

$7,050,000

Kansas

9,300

$522

$6,986,000

Kentucky

11,500

$576

$8,975,000

Louisiana

17,500

$603

$15,579,000

Maine

3,500

$502

$2,373,000

Maryland

20,700

$575

$18,002,000

Massachusetts

21,000

$560

$17,856,000

Michigan

29,200

$597

$24,259,000

Minnesota

12,700

$516

$9,582,000

Mississippi

8,500

$556

$6,769,000

Missouri

17,900

$514

$13,153,000

Montana

2,900

$534

$2,338,000

Nebraska

4,500

$528

$3,368,000

Nevada

11,400

$570

$9,156,000

New Hampshire

3,800

$602

$3,245,000

New Jersey

29,500

$639

$26,712,000

New Mexico

7,200

$572

$5,915,000

New York

57,400

$623

$50,543,000

North Carolina

24,300

$494

$17,538,000

North Dakota

1,900

$600

$1,551,000

Ohio

32,100

$560

$24,508,000

Oklahoma

15,100

$585

$12,246,000

Oregon

14,300

$519

$10,359,000

Pennsylvania

37,400

$614

$31,009,000

Rhode Island

3,000

$598

$2,472,000

South Carolina

10,200

$532

$7,756,000

South Dakota

2,100

$558

$1,605,000

Tennessee

16,300

$559

$12,839,000

Texas

80,600

$588

$71,998,000

Utah

6,100

$518

$4,705,000

Vermont

1,600

$519

$1,136,000

Virginia

26,300

$568

$22,376,000

Washington

24,800

$640

$23,033,000

West Virginia

4,100

$626

$3,534,000

Wisconsin

10,900

$516

$8,423,000

Wyoming

2,200

$648

$2,045,000

Totals

918,600

$571

$759,889,000

               

    * Excluyendo el Crédito Tributario por Ingreso del Trabajo (EITC) y otros créditos.

Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 19-Mar-2014

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