This year, don’t let your tax results take you by surprise. Instead of spending time worrying about whether you are withholding enough income tax from your paycheck, take a few minutes to do something about it. Be proactive in your tax planning so you can feel confident you’re covered come tax season.
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 worked part-time all year and I also collected unemployment. I get $100 each week for unemployment and $180 each month for my part-time job. I have two dependents […]
The biggest question most Americans have when they get their income tax refund is: where do I spend it? I believe that you can make a wise choice on how to use your tax refund that will have lasting benefits by learning the “Investment Spending Plan” method. I developed the Investment Spending Plan when my […]
Weekly Favorites: Irrational About Tax Refunds, Claim Natural Disaster Loss, Tax Audit Red Flags, Credit Card Tax Payments Bad Idea
We’ve received confirmation that the IRS will not be processing individual income tax returns until January 30th for the vast majority of tax payers. Those claiming residential energy credits, depreciation of property or general business credits will be able to start filing in late February or early March. That doesn’t mean you need to wait […]