Solutions to Make Better Decisions with Your Taxes and Money

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 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

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

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

Want essential tax tips and money-saving strategies throughout tax season? Like TaxACT on Facebook and subscribe to this blog.

Photo credit: TravelingOtter via photopin cc

Learn how to keep more money in your pocket.

Subscribe to the TaxAct blog for weekly solutions on how to make better decisions with your taxes and money.