Want Your Tax Refund Fast?

Maybe you don’t look forward to doing your taxes. However, if you are one of the millions of Americans who expects a tax refund, you are most likely looking forward to receiving it.

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How the 2018 Tax Reform Bill Simplified the Filing Process

“For some taxpayers, it will be a little simpler, for some it will be more complex, but overall it will be familiar and folks won’t think of it as some drastic change,” said Joseph Rosenberg, a senior researcher at the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center.

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Living Abroad? All U.S. Citizens, (Regardless of Where They Reside), May Need to File and Pay U.S. Income Taxes

Most Americans, residing inside the United States, understand that filing an annual tax return and paying taxes is a necessity each year. But for Americans residing outside of the United States there are sometimes questions about who needs to file and pay.

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Estimated Quarterly Taxes: A Simple Overview

When you are an employee of someone, it’s your employer’s responsibility to ensure that federal and state taxes are being withheld from your paychecks.

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Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit Boosts Family Income

Childcare expenses can add up quickly, and for many working people can comprise a significant percentage of their income.

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What the New Tax Laws Mean for Divorcing Couples

Divorcing Couples

Divorce is not a pleasant subject to contemplate, and the impact of divorce on your taxes can add further complexity to situations that are already daunting enough.

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Who, Why, and How Much? The Earned Income Tax Credit

Income Tax Credit

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is not one of the tax code’s best-understood provisions, but it is one that can be of benefit to a large portion of the American populace.

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How to Go About Filing an Amended Tax Return

How to Go About Filing an Amended Tax Return

With all the complexities of the US tax code; there are times when mistakes are made on a tax return. So what do you do when you need to amend your income tax return?

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Tax-related Records: How Long Should You Keep Them?

Tax-related Records: How Long Should You Keep Them?

Tax filing requires having certain records on hand to refer to when documenting your income and other tax-related variables. But after you’ve filed your taxes, it’s not uncommon to wonder just how long you need to keep these documents.

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Medical Expenses: Tax Deductions Can Bring Relief

Medical expenses that are paid out of pocket — such as deductibles, clinic co-payments, prescription drugs, dental and vision care, and other healthcare costs not covered by insurance — are possible tax breaks.

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