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Weekly Favorites: Moving Expenses Tax Deduction, What Is Sequestration, $917 Million Unclaimed Taxes, Capital Gains Tax

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Weekly Favorites: March 15, 2013 Moving Expenses Tax Deduction: What’s Deductible and Nondeductible? via Sally Herigstad In this tough economy, many Americans are moving to find work. They can offset some of the expense of packing up for greener pastures by taking a tax deduction for moving expenses. Continue reading… What Is Sequestration – Definition […]

Weekly Favorites: Tax Moves in March, Surprising Childhood Expenses, Understand How Student Loans Work, plus more

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Weekly Favorites: March 8, 2013 Tax moves to make in March 2013 via Kay Bell March madness has arrived and I’m not talking college hoops. It’s March tax madness, that that crazed time of the year when millions have filed their tax returns and are anxiously awaiting refunds and millions are still working on their […]

Student Loan Relief Puts a Large Payment Towards Never Ending Student Loans

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We believe how we act as a company, and as individuals, is a measure of who we are. As a company, we act responsibly and with integrity to provide the best value in tax preparation products. As individuals, we believe financial responsibility and higher education play major roles in our community’s future. This sweepstakes recognizes […]

Weekly Favorites: Bump Your Take-Home Pay Up, Ways to Make Money From Home, IRS Accepting More Forms Next Week

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Weekly Favorites: March 1, 2013 Payroll Tax Cut: How to Bump Your Take-Home Pay Back Up by Sally Herigstad When the temporary payroll tax deduction ended in December, our social security tax deductions went back up to 6.2% of our gross pay.2% more of your pay may not seem like a huge amount. But on […]

Weekly Favorites: Tax Savings for Parents, 3 Tax Mistakes Parents Make, The Fiscal Cliff Fix

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Weekly Favorites: February 22, 2013 Tax Savings for Parents: Tax Credits and Deductions Parents Need to Know via TaxACT Uncle Sam offers several family-oriented tax benefits. Determining which ones you qualify for can be confusing because of rules about filing status, itemized deductions and income levels. Continue reading… 3 Tax Mistakes Parents Make That End […]

Student Loan Relief Takes a Huge Burden off Karole’s Shoulders

Student Loan Relief Takes a Huge Burden off Karole’s Shoulders

We believe how we act as a company, and as individuals, is a measure of who we are. As a company, we act responsibly and with integrity to provide the best value in tax preparation products. As individuals, we believe financial responsibility and higher education play major roles in our community’s future. This sweepstakes recognizes […]

Weekly Favorites: How to Amend Federal Return, 11 Ways to Slash College Bills, Tax Time is ID Theft Time

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Weekly Favorites: February 15, 2013 How to Amend Your Federal Return [Video] via TaxACT Completing Form 1040X, the form required to amend your federal return, is a simple four-step process. Continue and watch the video… 11 Opportunities to Slash College Bills [Infographic] by Eric U. College costs are continually on the rise making student loan […]

Weekly Favorites: Paid Off $90k in Debt, Tax Savings for Parents, Standard or Itemized Deductions, Changes to W-2 Form

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Weekly Favorites: February 8, 2013 I Paid Off $90,000 of Debt in Just Three Years via LearnVest It’s funny how you can do all of the right things–go to college, get a job–and then one day wake up with crushing debt. It took a lot of hard work–and some serious creativity–but three years later, I’m […]

Weekly Favorites: 5 Tips for First Time Filers, Steps to Become Debt Free, Organize Tax Records Now

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Weekly Favorites: February 1, 2013 5 Tips for Filing Your Taxes for the First Time by TaxACT Are you feeling a bit overwhelmed about the whole process? Filing a tax return for the first time can be intimidating. Here are 5 tips to help you through the process. Continue reading… 10 Steps to Become Debt […]

Weekly Favorites: 10 Ways to Change Your Budget, Changes on 2012 W-2 Forms, 6 Items for Financial First Aid Kit

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Weekly Favorites: January 25, 2013 10 Ways Your Budget Needs to Change in 2013 via LearnVest It’s a new year! And that means … new limits for IRAs, 401(k)s and Flexible Spending Accounts. Although these aren’t exactly the most exciting topics to think about, they do have important implications for the way you handle your […]

Weekly Favorites: The Sixty-Minute Money Workout, IRS Delay Announcement, 5 Financial Conversations for Your Kid

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Weekly Favorites: January 11, 2013 The Sixty-Minute Money Workout by Ellie Kay How would you like to be financially transformed in only one hour per week? I believe that every person’s finances can be transformed by strategically investing one hour a week. Continue reading… IRS Delay Announcement: No need to wait — 5 reasons to […]

Weekly Favorites: Differences Between the 1040 Federal Tax Form, New Tax Bill, Financial Literacy, 2013 Tax Rate Questions

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Weekly Favorites: January 4, 2013 The Difference Between Form 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ by Teresa S. Wanting to know the true differences between the 1040 Federal tax form? These forms are actually much more similar than many people think. The only real difference between the forms is in the amount of information reported. Continue reading… […]

Weekly Favorites: 7 Financial Resolutions, 6 Ways To Control Your Cash, 44 Tips for Frugal Living

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Weekly Favorites: December 28, 2012 7 Steps to Creating Lasting Financial Resolutions by MoneyNing If you want to make lasting financial resolutions, you have to include a certain level of detail in your goals. Continue reading… Money Resolutions: 6 Ways to Take Control in 2013 by WiseBread With 2013 just around the corner, look behind […]