Filing your own taxes can have its complications. Even if you know all of your financial information, you may still struggle to know the right way to file. Therefore, when you find yourself in charge of handling the taxes of a recently deceased loved one, you may have even more concerns about the proper steps to take.
In order to complete this endeavor, you will need to have the right information and fill out the correct forms, just as you would with your own return. Of course, since you are dealing with someone else's information and with the fact that the individual has died, you could face more complexities than you would with just filing your own personal tax return.