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How to Reduce Your Tax Refund (and Why You Should)

July 16, 2020

Are you looking forward to a big tax refund this year? According to a recent survey by FinanceBuzz, the ideal situati...

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What Experts Say About Getting a Loan to Pay Taxes

July 30, 2020

It’s tax preparation season: tax returns for 2019 are due on April 15. You might receive a refund after filing, bu...

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How to Get Rolling on Tax Planning for 2020

July 10, 2020

Guest Post by Lee Reams As the end of 2019 approaches, it also means that the 2020 tax season is imminent. If your tax s...

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    Are You Missing a Tax Refund?
    Guest Post by Kristen Baker Every year, roughly one million Americans have unclaimed tax refunds from the IRS that are due to expire. In four of the last five years, these unclaimed returns have totaled more than $1 billion. ...
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    Why You Shouldn’t Do Your Own Taxes in 2020
    Guest Post by Lee Reams, Sr. If you have a simple tax filing situation, like being a single renter who lives in a state with no income tax and whose only income comes from one job, doing your own taxes just seems to make sens...
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    How to Reduce Your Tax Refund (and Why You Should)
    Are you looking forward to a big tax refund this year?   According to a recent survey by FinanceBuzz, the ideal situation for 79 percent of American taxpayers is receiving a tax refund, rather than owing money to the go...
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    What Experts Say About Getting a Loan to Pay Taxes
    It’s tax preparation season: tax returns for 2019 are due on April 15. You might receive a refund after filing, but it’s also possible you’ll owe more taxes. But what happens if you can’t afford to pay...
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    How to Contact the IRS and Effectively Manage IRS Problems
    You’ve gotten a letter from the IRS regarding your taxes. You owe money. Problems with the IRS can lead to further financial consequences, which you’ll want to avoid. Take your next step in a timely manner, whethe...
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    Tax Help for Seniors Guide: Tax Prep and Tax Relief
    Taxes are a part of life, no matter how old you are. If you’re receiving income, you’ll be paying taxes. Many seniors are retired and living on their savings and Social Security. While you’ll still pay taxes...
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    How Recycling Can Help Businesses Obtain Tax Breaks
    Guest Post by Peter Spano It is a well-established fact that recycling has a wide range of benefits on the environment, primarily by reducing our society’s dependence on natural resources. For example, the process of r...
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    How to Get Rolling on Tax Planning for 2020
    Guest Post by Lee Reams As the end of 2019 approaches, it also means that the 2020 tax season is imminent. If your tax situation is pretty simple — for example, you don't take any deductions and your income only comes f...
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    The Tax Implications of Selling a Business
    Guest Post by Riley Adams You’ve worked hard to create a business worthy of being viewed favorably by someone else — if you’re lucky, multiple someones! The profit you’ve earned has paid off and now yo...
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    5 Tips for Paying Taxes When You're Self-Employed
    Being your own boss and calling the shots makes self-employment very appealing. However, self-employment also comes with additional responsibilities, like being fully responsible for your taxes.  Before you start your se...

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