For most, free filing with the IRS or tax prep software is best, but others have complex situations. Here’s to know how to do your own taxes.
If you want to pay your entire tax bill at once but don’t have the money, what do you do? This article explains some of your options!
There are various ways to receive your tax refund when you don’t have a bank account. One is to cash a check using an app. Learn more here!
The tax deadline this year is the normal date for the first time in years. You can file your taxes until Monday, April 15, 2019 this year.
There are several legal ways to increase your tax refund – and they all involve making sure that you do all the right things.
In this Visor tax prep app review, you’ll learn about what’s offered including pricing, and what it is like to navigate the software.
Comparing the prices of TurboTax Free, Deluxe, Premier, Home & Business, with H&R Block Free, Deluxe and Premier, and TaxAct Free, Basic, and Plus.
Learn about what capital gains tax brackets are and the rates associated with them. Here’s a quick overview to get you started.
Wondering who still offers early tax refund anticipation loans? Find out the most popular providers and whether or not they’re worth it.
There are a lot of tax changes in 2018, so find out how the Trump Tax Reform will impact your return – will you get a refund or owe more?
If you’re one of the early filers, which tax software is best for you? These are for people filing taxes in December or January.
Yes, you can pay taxes on a credit card. And you can earn rewards while doing it! Here’s how to do it and some other factors to remember.
A chart and schedule that shows you when you can expect your tax refund in 2018-2019. Also, how to check the status of your refund.
Are you having problems with the IRS? You may want to consider contacting a taxpayer advocate. They can speak to the IRS for you and help resolve tax problems.
When filing your taxes, when does it make sense to pay more to have a tax pro review your tax return and make sure everything is correct? We break down the answers here.
No one likes to get audited around tax time. Could audit protection for your taxes really help you out? Find out the details for audit protection insurance in this post.
Homeowners have typically gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to paying to file their taxes. This year, there are some great ways to file free.
Nowadays you can do practically anything on an app. But, can you file taxes from an app? Here’s what we found after trying a few tax prep apps.
Here’s what you need to expect with your taxes when you have a baby – including new deductions and credits you may be eligible for, and more.
Confused about the difference between a W2 and W4? This article will explain all the important contrasts.
As you start working and making money, you are supporting yourself through your life and education. It’s inevitable, and everyone goes through it. But it does look different for everyone. You may be living with your parents, or your parents may be paying for college. Or your parents may be giving you money to help […]
Tax day is just around the corner. And while 83% of filers get refunds according to the IRS, so people do owe. What do you do if you find out that you still owe a large chunk of money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? And what happens if you can’t afford to pay your […]