Solutions to Make Better Decisions with Your Taxes and Money

What is Form 1040EZ?

Find out what the filing requirements are for Form 1040EZ.

Why filing your own taxes is beneficial to your financial health

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 […]

3 things to know about our Price Lock Guarantee

At TaxAct, we believe in pricing transparency. Our goal is to ensure every customer knows upfront what they’ll pay to file their taxes. One important way we make that happen is by offering a Price Lock Guarantee on any of our online tax filing products. To help you better understand how it works, here are […]

Love it or leave it? It’s time to review your healthcare plan

For many Americans, the struggle to save enough money to cover unexpected expenses – like high medical bills – is real. In fact, unpaid medical bills is one of the leading causes of personal bankruptcy in the United States. That’s why having the right health insurance in place is a smart move.

Deals you won’t want to miss on Cyber Monday

Black Friday may still reign as king when it comes to scoring the best shopping deals, but Cyber Monday, which lands on November 28 this year, rivals its savings every time. From the comfort of your couch, you can do all of your holiday shopping while eating a leftover turkey sandwich and avoiding an elbow […]

How to know if your charitable contributions are going to the right place

An estimated $373 billion was donated to charitable causes in the United States during 2015, according to the charity watchdog site, CharityNavigator.org. That’s a lot of money going to great causes…or so it would seem. The fact is, donating to charitable organizations is great for a number of reasons, but sometimes your contributions aren’t used […]

“Candy Tax” – when Halloween becomes a delicious financial lesson

My shove into the world of taxation didn’t come after a quaint summer job as an awkward teen. Instead, I learned about taxes as a four-year-old girl on Halloween night.