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You Got This Weekly Series: Can I Write-Off Dental Payments?

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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: Can I use dental payments as a tax write-off and how much would I have to pay in for this to make a difference? Susie via Facebook

You Got This Weekly Series: Will I Get a Tax Refund This Year?

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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 worked part-time all year and I also collected unemployment. I get $100 each week for unemployment and $180 each month for my part-time job. I have two dependents […]

Weekly Favorites: IRS Takes a Bite Out of U.S. Olympic Medalists’ Winnings, and more

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TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  February 14, 2014 The Pros and Cons of Tax Refunds By Kay Bell Here’s a quick look at some pros and cons of having Uncle Sam hold onto your money for months and then getting it back in a lump sum when the Internal Revenue Service gets around to it. Continue reading… Understanding […]

8 Free Preventive Services Under Obamacare

8 Preventive Services Free Under Obamacare - TaxACT

As the saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” And now, thanks to the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), taking measures to ward off illness and disease has never been easier. All marketplace plans are required to cover a specific range of preventive services without co-pays or coinsurance, […]

Five Things You Need to Know About the ACA

Five Things You Need to Know About the ACA - TaxACT

On October 1, 2013, the health insurance landscape changed dramatically as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), often referred to as Obamacare, went into effect. Thanks to a major overhaul of public policy, subsidized coverage can now be purchased through state-run or national exchanges, and no one can be turned away. Changes to […]

Our Top Ten Most Read Blog Posts of 2013

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From the very first post in 2013 (The Difference Between Form 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ) to the most recent (Persisting Myths About Health Care Reform), the TaxACT blog has touched a wide variety of topics. Though with varying topics, they all point back to one consistent theme; providing personal finance and tax tips you can actually […]

IRS Accepting 2013 Returns Beginning January 31, 2014

IRS Accepting 2013 Returns Beginning January 31, 2014 - TaxACT

The IRS announced they will begin processing individual income tax returns starting on January 31, 2014. That doesn’t mean you need to wait. TaxACT is now accepting e-filed tax returns! Here are 4 tips for getting your guaranteed max refund fast with TaxACT:

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