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5 Tax Breaks You Might Not Know About

5 Tax Breaks You Might Not Know About

  It’s hard to believe that the new year is upon us, and with the transition to 2016, the specter of taxes looms as large as ever. If you are struggling to pay your tax bill, don’t go in debt to the IRS. A loan from loved ones, part-time consulting...
What I Learned Doing My Own Taxes

What I Learned Doing My Own Taxes

This post is part of the TaxACT #DIYtaxes blog tour which shares stories and tips about doing your own taxes and how it makes you smarter about the overall health of your finances. Do your own taxes today at TaxACT. You got this. Tax season is here!  This is the time...
5 Tax Planning Strategies to Boost Your Refund

5 Tax Planning Strategies to Boost Your Refund

It’s the most wonderful time of the year- for the IRS. Yes, it’s tax time, so if you’ve found yourself waking up in a cold sweat and not knowing why, the impending dread of piles of paperwork and confusing forms could be the culprit. There’s a lot to prepare in order...
Taxing My Sanity:  From Depression To Financial Clarity

Taxing My Sanity: From Depression To Financial Clarity

When I got the job that I thought was the key to my success I was elated!  I had no problem committing to the long hours, the erratic schedule and the “think outside the box” boss that was anything but conventional. I poured my heart, soul, time and life into...

What If I Filed Taxes Late And Owe The IRS Money?

Uh oh.  April 15th has come and gone and you were unable to complete your tax return by everyone’s favorite deadline.  What happens now?  If the IRS owes you a refund, no biggie; there are no penalties or fees in this case (apparently they don’t wish to discourage you...