It’s tax season – or as it’s frequently called, “refund season!” And that means tax filers like you are barraged with messages about getting your “maximum refund.” Many of those messages come from tax software companies and even tax preparation store fronts. It’s certainly not new – the tax industry has been telling the “maximum […]
The Child Care Tax Credit and the Additional Child Care Tax Credit are different, but you can take advantage of both if you qualify.
Find out how the Earned Income Tax Credit can impact your tax return.
The IRS officially kicked off the 2017 tax season today, marking the first day the agency begins accepting both e-filed and paper income tax returns. If you’ve already completed your 2016 return – great! Your return is one of the first in line for processing by the IRS. If you haven’t filed your taxes yet, […]
Filing your taxes may not be a task you look forward to, but making the decision to file your own instead of outsourcing the task can be beneficial to your financial health. By taking the time to sit down and go through each section of your taxes, you’ll quickly realize how small decisions made throughout […]
No matter what 2016 looked like for you, there are many ways you can get more back from Uncle Sam this tax filing season. Check out these tips designed to help millennials, like you, get your biggest refund.
You’ve successfully e-filed your taxes. Congratulations! Now, where’s your refund? Here’s what happens to your return once it’s submitted to the IRS.
If you bought health insurance through a government-sponsored marketplace, you may receive a tax credit to help pay your health insurance premiums. However, because the credit is directly sent to your insurance company to offset your premiums, you never see the cash. For that reason, it can be easy to forget about the credit amount received. If […]