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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:

Tip #1

TaxACT has been updated with final IRS forms and any last-minute tax law changes so you can prepare, print and e-file your tax return in TaxACT. We’ll then submit your return to the IRS as soon as it starts accepting returns from TaxACT and other tax preparation solutions.

Tip #2

Whether you start your return on the web at taxact.com or through the tablet app, you can access your information in either location – anytime, anywhere – using the same username and password. PC users can install TaxACT from a CD or download directly from taxact.com.

Tip #3

The fastest path to your guaranteed maximum federal refund is with TaxACT’s free e-file and direct deposit. The IRS processes returns on a first-come, first-served basis, so the sooner you e-file in TaxACT, the closer you’ll be at the front of the refund line!

Tip #4

By e-filing, you can get notification from TaxACT as soon as your return has been processed by the IRS. Plus, you can check the status of your return and federal refund 24/7 at efstatus.taxact.com.

Getting your guaranteed maximum federal refund is fast and easy with TaxACT. Get started or sign in now!

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