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La llegada de la W-2: Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los formularios de impuestos

Si estuviste empleado durante el 2016, muy pronto deberás recibir el formulario W-2 (oficialmente conocido como Comprobante de Salario e Impuestos) de tu empleador, ya que los empleadores deben enviarlas antes del 31 de enero de 2017. 615 more words

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Is My State Tax Refund Taxable and Why?

For itemizers, it’s one of the stranger parts of the tax code. First you get to take a deduction of your state and local taxes, then all of a sudden the next year you get a 1099-G from your state and you’re paying taxes on your state and local tax refunds. 183 more words

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6 Tips to Help You Plan for Next Tax Season Now

The tax season is under way and if you have already filed your 2016 taxes ,congratulations! So wait, why should you still care about your 2017 taxes (the ones you will file in 2018)? 602 more words

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Save the (Tax) Dates!

2017 is right around the corner, and that means two things: it’s time to buy a new calendar, and tax season is almost here. Once you have that new planner (or just your phone!) handy, check out these important tax dates and deadlines. 329 more words

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Summer Camp Costs May Brighten Your Tax Return

This article was originally published in Hershey Advisors’ monthly Tax and Business Alert.

The coming and going of Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer in the minds of many Americans. 224 more words

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Organizing Your Financial Records for Best Results

With tax time long over and midyear officially here, it’s a great time to organize your financial records. And the key word here is indeed “organize.” Throwing all your important documents into a drawer won’t help much when an emergency occurs and you (or a family member) need to find a certain piece of paper. 459 more words

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Maximizing Your Tax Return: Keeping Up on Changes

Whether you do your own taxes or get them done by a licensed tax preparer, this yearly task is often looked upon as one of the more dreaded chores we face as taxpayers. 392 more words