TaxACT Weekly Favorites: March 14, 2014 Stop Overpaying the IRS via Kay Bell on Bankrate.com The average federal tax refund so far this filing season is $3,034. The Internal Revenue Service says that most taxpayers get refunds each year. The size of the average tax refund is probably the main reason that so many intentionally have […]
You Got This Weekly Series: Should Self-Employment Income from More Than One Business Be Reported as One Income or Separately?
Each week we will answer one of the most frequently asked questions on Facebook, Twitter and TaxACT’s Blog in the “You Got This” Weekly Series. Question: Do self-employed, not as in owning their own business, but as representatives of companies like Avon and Mary Kay, need to report their income separately on their tax return or can the multiple incomes be […]
That’s the deadline. If you haven’t yet signed up for health insurance, there’s no day like today. Despite the record snowfalls and wind chills gripping the country, January was a hot month for healthcare. More than 1.1 million people signed up for coverage through state and federal marketplaces, according to a recent Department of Health […]
Each week we will answer one of the most frequently asked questions on Facebook, Twitter and TaxACT’s Blog in the “You Got This” Weekly Series. Question: I have used TaxACT for five years and prepaid for 2013 taxes. I live on a fixed income (Social Security/Disability) and had to sell my home or it would have been foreclosed on. I did […]
TaxACT Weekly Favorites: February 28, 2014 Beware These 5 Terrible Tax Surprises via Bankrate You’ve always followed the sage advice of the late singer-songwriter Jim Croce: You don’t tug on Superman’s cape, you don’t spit into the wind, and you don’t try to pull a fast one on the Internal Revenue Service. OK, maybe that last […]