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Tips for A Stress-Free Tax Season

Earlier is better when it comes to working on your taxes but many people find preparing their tax return to be stressful and frustrating. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be. 426 more words

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What changes to expect when you file your tax return in 2018

The IRS began accepting tax returns on Tuesday, ushering in a new tax season.

As usual, taxpayers have until mid-April — April 17 to be exact — to submit their returns to the federal agency, unless they file for an extension. 331 more words


Extension Filers: Most Missed Tax Deductions

For a variety of reasons, many Americans need to file an extension each year. But many still misunderstand what a tax extension really means. Yes, it’s true when you file a tax extension you get an additional 6 months to file your tax return; however, in the rush of filing taxes late, many of those same people may miss valuable tax deductions which can reduce their taxable income. 444 more words

Tax Deductions And Credits

IRS Gives Tax Relief to Victims of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma

Following the recent destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, the IRS has announced tax relief for victims of Hurricane Harvey in parts of Texas and victims of Hurricane Irma in parts of Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. 467 more words

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Hurricane Irma victims slated for IRS tax relief

As victims of Hurricane Irma grapple with the aftermath of the storm, the IRS is providing some tax relief.

For now, people living in the U.S. 212 more words


Tax Day Is Here! Here's A Last-Minute Checklist Before You File

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NEW YORK (CBS NEWS) – This year’s April 18 deadline to file your 2016 federal tax return is here.

If you want extra time to file  you’ll have to notify the IRS by filing a request for a filing extension using Form 4868. 360 more words


Unable to Pay Your Tax Bill? Here’s What To-Do

It doesn’t feel great to file your tax return and find out you owe money. It’s like getting an unexpected bill or discovering your car won’t start!  866 more words

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