Everybody makes mistakes – there are no exceptions. If you discover an error or something you missed on your return after you filed it, don’t panic. Fortunately, most mistakes in life can be fixed, and your tax return is no exception.
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 […]
The way people sometimes talk about tax return preparation, you’d think filing your tax return is the root canal of personal finance. If this is your first time filing, you may be dreading the experience. You may be in for a surprise. Preparing a tax return doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, as a […]
TaxACT Weekly Favorites: November 8, 2013 Your November Financial To-Dos via LearnVest The holidays, end-of-year tax planning, winter travel … for many of us, this will be the busiest season of the year. All the more reason to make sure your finances are in good shape through the next few weeks. Who wants to worry […]
TaxACT’s Weekly Favorites: June 14, 2013 Tax Deductible Donation Rules via Bankrate Just what is tax-exempt status? As the name indicates, it means organizations granted such status by the Internal Revenue Service don’t have to pay taxes on any profits. Continue reading… Listen to Your Father! Old-School Money Tips for Today via Credit.com This month […]
What’s considered taxable income? Just about anything you can think of, according to this list on the IRS website. However one thing you will find notably absent are credit card rewards. At least for now, but will that soon change? The reason credit card rewards have typically not been counted as taxable income is because […]