I hate to say it, but it's that time of year again: tax time. If you've already filed your taxes, you deserve to enjoy the rest of the summer. But for the rest of us who are waiting until July 15th, there's still time to file the perfect tax return. Tax year never goes as planned, and it's almost guaranteed that you'll have a surprise or missing tax document or receipt. So start collecting them now! Sad to say, but another extension is unlikely.
It's always wise to get the latest on your finances and have a general idea of where your hard-earned cash is going.
Whether you'll be hiring a pro to file your taxes or taking it on this year, it's always wise to get the latest on your finances and have a general idea of where your hard-earned cash is going. Get ready for tax prep by listening to these timely and information-packed articles on how to prepare your taxes and get the best refund. Don't worry, you don't have to be a tax pro to read or listen to these people-friendly articles.
Need general information on filing taxes? The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) puts out a lot of information to make filing taxes a ton easier. Listen to this article to get the latest on filing 2019 taxes. Pay special attention to the section on filing your taxes for free if your income was $69,000 or less last year.
If you've committed to preparing your taxes, you probably want to know which online software is best for your financial situation. There are multiple online tax prep services out there, and each has its unique strengths and weaknesses. Listen to this to find your tax-prep software match.
This year has been especially hard on the wallet because of recent layoffs and medical expenses from COVID-19. Every dollar helps, so before filing taxes, take some time to listen and learn about deductions that may lower your tax bill. Give this article a listen to make sure you don't miss deductions you may be entitled to.
The only great thing about filing taxes is getting a refund. Get the lowdown directly from the IRSon how to track down your refund check or talk to a live person about your refund.
Though the tax schedule is a bit different this year, just like any other year, having the right resources is necessary to make tax prep a breeze. Before you get started, listen and learn more about taxes and keep informed by staying up-to-date with news directly from the IRS.
Every dollar helps, so before filing taxes, take some time to listen and learn about deductions that may lower your tax bill
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