You Can Save Big on Taxes with Your Spring Cleaning

April 20, 2015

Many do not realize it, but, it is possible to save big on taxes while eliminating unused, unnecessary, and unwanted items during your spring cleaning activities. Most know and understand that qualified charity-based contributions may be deducted from your taxes; however, there are several methods – apart from writing a check – that will allow […]

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Unusual Tax Deductions for 2015

March 18, 2015

There are several unusual tax deductions available for individuals that file a tax return in 2015. Tax season is now, officially, in full swing. People across the nation are deducting a wide assortment of items that others may not realize may be itemized on their tax return. The tax code within the United States allows […]

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Tax Tips for the Unemployed

March 8, 2015

There are several tax tips available for those that are unemployed. If you find yourself in a position where you lose your job, you likely know that it is possible to receive unemployment benefits from the Federal Government. The cash assistance that you may receive will assist in providing you with a small portion of […]

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What to do if you can’t pay your taxes

March 2, 2013

Every year, a lot of people get into trouble with the IRS. Unfortunately, a lot of people who get into trouble with the IRS think the problem will go away without doing anything. Though the Internal Revenue Service can be hard to deal with; when a taxpayer has a problem they can receive assistance when […]

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The Procrastinator’s Guide To Filing Taxes [INFOGRAPHIC]

April 11, 2012

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Death and Taxes: Allianz Life Survey Reveals that Funerals Outrank Paying Taxes as Least Enjoyable Activity – Even as Deadline Nears

April 19, 2010

Findings also show that Most Americans Refuse to Cheat; Majority Value Taxes and the Services they Provide MINNEAPOLIS – April 6, 2010 – As the old saying goes, there are two certainties in life – death and taxes. But which is least enjoyable, especially considering state and federal tax payments are due next week? According […]

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Where’s MyTaxRefund? New iPhone App from TurboTax

April 12, 2010

New, free iPhone app from TurboTax tracks your refund like a FedEx package TurboTax has just launched MyTaxRefund, a free iPhone app that allows users to track their e-filed tax return status.  Users simply answer two quick questions and the app will tell them if their tax return was accepted by the IRS, and the […]

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