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You Got This Weekly Series: What are the Tax Benefits of Purchasing a Home?

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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 am thinking of buying a new home. What are the tax benefits? Anna via Facebook Answer: Purchasing a home is a major life decision and there are numerous things to consider in your decision-making process. […]

3 Reasons to Buy Health Insurance During Tax Season

3 Reasons to Buy Health Insurance During Tax Season - TaxACT

Tax Day is nearly upon us, and even if your finances are in perfect order, it’s hard not to breathe a sigh of relief when you’ve finally filed your tax return. Compiling information and receipts for 365 days’ worth of personal and business transactions can sometimes feel like an insurmountable task. Tax season is actually […]

You Got This Weekly Series: The Tax Implications of Investing in a Business

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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 invested enough to fund the expected expenses in my son’s golf business to cover 3 years as did one other investor. The account can be drawn from to cover travel, food, anything that promotes […]

6 of the Most Popular Questions from TaxACT Customers

5 of the Most Popular Questions from TaxACT Customers

What if I don’t remember my TaxACT Online username or password? If you have forgotten your username or password to your TaxACT Online account, you may still gain access to your account by following these easy steps:

You Got This Weekly Series: Can Work-Related Driving Expenses Be Deducted On My Tax Return?

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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: If I drive 65 miles one way to my job and have tolls to pay there and back, what is deductible on my taxes? Hilary via Facebook Response:

Weekly Favorites: Stop Overpaying the IRS, and more

TaxACT Weekly Favorites March 14 2014

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 […]

Check Your Tax Return Status Anytime, Anywhere

Check Your Tax Return Status Anytime, Anywhere - TaxACT

The hard part is done. You’ve filed your taxes. Now you want to know – was your return accepted and when should you expect that refund from the IRS? TaxACT has a free app for that – Tax Return Status by TaxACT. Who Can Use Tax Return Status by TaxACT?

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