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April 15 is just a few days away – have you filed your tax return yet? If not, you need to get yourself in gear and take care of it as the deadline is April 15th. Even with a rapidly approaching deadline, there is no reason to panic. Here are a few last minute tax tips for all the last minute tax filers:[ READ MORE ]

File Your Taxes Online for Free With Adjusted Gross Income of $56,000 or Less

There are a number of online tax software advertisements that tell you that you can file your federal tax return for free.  You sign up for an account, fill in all the information to file your taxes and find out at the end that you have to pay to file, or pay to use the software, and there is nothing more frustrating than spending a couple hours preparing your taxes (thinking you can file for free) only to find out you've got to pay to complete it! Read More >>

How to Donate a Car and Get a Charity Deduction

Donating a car to charity helps you avoid the hassle of selling it or otherwise getting rid of it – and you can feel good knowing that the charity benefits from your donation. Not only that, but you also earn yourself a charity tax deduction at the same time – sounds like a win-win situation! It's not as easy as dropping the car off in the charity parking lot though; here are some tips to help you donate a car and get a charity deduction: Read More >>

Year Round Organization Saves Time And Money at Tax Time

Many people experience the “tax season rush” that occurs every April. They've waited until the last minute to look for essential paperwork, and then the actual filling out of the required tax paperwork takes much longer than expected. The best way to remedy this last minute chaos is to set up a year round organization system to prepare for taxes. It sounds like a lot of work, but it will absolutely be worth it the next time tax season rolls around. Read More >>

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait, but Rebate Checks Come to Those Who File

The much-talked about rebate checks, under the economic stimulus package, was signed into law on Wednesday, February 13th.  If you are entitled to the rebate check, you have to file a tax return for 2007 as your rebate will be determined based on your 2007 tax information. Read More >>

What Will You Do With Your Rebate?

The House and Senate are debating over what type of rebate bill to put in front of the President- either way most families could be looking at an extra $1000 in their pockets by summer. Read More >>

Tax Rules & Benefits for the Self-Employed

Working for yourself can be great, but it comes with a totally new tax schedule. If you're thinking of going solo, check out these tips. There are plenty of deductions to be had, but you've got to play by the rules. Read More >>