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Weekly Favorites: Ways to Teach Kids About Taxes, April 15 Tax Tasks, Social Media Tax Spying

TaxACT Weekly Favorites: April 12, 2013

Weekly Favorites: April 12, 2013 3 (Good) Ways to Teach Kids About Taxes via LearnVest Nobody enjoys paying taxes, but next time you’re out with your kids and you encounter a fire truck rushing to the rescue, point it out to your children and say, Look! There goes our tax money being used to help […]

Weekly Favorites: How To Spend Tax Refund, How To Fix Personal Budget, Tax Moves To Make In April, Crazy Tax Deductions

TaxACT Weekly Favorites: April 5, 2013

Weekly Favorites: April 5, 2013 Investment Spending: How to Spend Tax Refunds and Unexpected Checks via Ellie Kay The biggest question most Americans have when they get their income tax refund is: where do I spend it? I believe that you can make a wise choice on how to use your tax refund that will […]

Weekly Favorites: Tax Scams of 2013, Tips for Using Form 1099-B, Bets are Taxable, 7 Things to Check When Filing Taxes

TaxACT Weekly Favorites: March 29, 2013

Weekly Favorites: March 29, 2013 Don’t Fall for These Dirty Dozen Tax Scams of 2013 via Don’t Mess With Taxes It’s tax-filing season, so you know what that means. It’s also peak tax scam season. In addition to collecting Americans’ tax returns (and money) this time of year, the Internal Revenue Service also keeps an eye […]

Weekly Favorites: Irrational About Tax Refunds, Claim Natural Disaster Loss, Tax Audit Red Flags, Credit Card Tax Payments Bad Idea

Weekly Favorites: March 22, 2013 - TaxACT

Weekly Favorites: March 22, 2013 Why We’re So Irrational When It Comes to Tax Refunds via Time; Business & Money A tax refund is just that — a refund of your own hard-earned money. It’s not a gift or a stroke of good fortune. The problem is that most people don’t look at tax refunds […]

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

Weekly Favorites: March 15, 2013 - TaxACT

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

TaxACT Weekly Favorites - March 8, 2013

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 […]

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