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How to Access Your IRS Account

Because the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) doesn’t automatically send out periodic account statements, it’s easy to wonder about the status of your account. True, you’ll get letters from the IRS if you have overdue amounts from a past year, or if the IRS believes you have made a mistake on your return. But that doesn’t […]

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Tax Tips for Second-Home Owners

When you own a second home, some tax rules are similar to the ones relating to your first home. However, let’s discuss how to benefit from the tax rules once you start renting that second home. Every year we rent… Full Story Source link

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8 Things to Know About an IRS Notice

If you receive a letter this year from the IRS, don’t be alarmed. After every tax season, the agency sends out a variety of notices to taxpayers. Not every letter means there’s an impending audit coming your way.  Many of the notices are routine and can easily be resolved. Here’s what to do if one […]

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6 Easy Ways to Make Extra Money This Summer

Summer can be a wonderful time to kick back and relax, plus you can usually find some cheap and free activities to do around town. Believe it or not, it can also be a wonderful time to crank things up and earn extra money without taking on a stressful second job. Ready to give it […]

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Self-Employed? Don’t Forget About the Estimated Tax Deadline

The article below is up to date based on the latest tax laws. It is accurate for your 2019 taxes, which you will file by the April 2020 (or October 15, 2020, with filed extension) deadline. Learn more about tax reform here. If you’ve taken the plunge into self-employment, congrats on being your own boss! […]

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Happy National Children’s Day! Here’s What Having a Child Means For Your Taxes

Whether your child is a newborn or a teenager almost ready to head off to college, children have an impact on your taxes. Here are some of the things you should know. Get That Number You probably were given a form to request a social security number for your newborn before you left the hospital. […]

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How You Can Save Up To $2,100 on Summer Day Camp

Schools out for summer and you may have been trying to figure out more ways to save. If you’re like most parents, you’re probably wondering how you’re going to keep your kids busy without breaking the bank. You may also be considering entering the job market again this summer, but don’t know how you can […]

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What Your Summer Home Renovations Mean for Your Taxes

At last, the sun is shining, the birds are chirping and it’s time to kick back and enjoy the summer. But wait, do you cringe every time you look around your home and backyard? Are the turquoise and pink décor in your kitchen seriously out of date? Maybe it’s time for a few home renovations […]

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Is My Child’s Summer Camp Tax Deductible?

Ah, good old summertime – what a wonderful relaxing time of the year. Unless you have kids, of course, in which case there’s a whirlwind of activity in your house as soon as school is out. But then comes the blessed time of summer camp, when peace is restored for at least a few days. […]

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Intuit TurboTax Proudly Supports Military, Veterans and Their Families

Intuit is proud to support active military, including the millions of men and women in uniform who have filed their tax returns completely free using TurboTax.  Our mission to power prosperity around the world is fueled by our values, and it all starts by caring and giving back. That is why we proudly support US military […]