As you may know, the IRS will not begin accepting returns until January 31st. But you can, and should, go ahead and file your taxes now with TaxSlayer.com. The sooner you file your taxes the sooner you will be receiving your refund. Have a question about something? Here are the answers to a few questions we have received. [Read More...]
The W-4 is an IRS form you complete in order to let your employer know how much money to withhold from your paycheck for federal taxes. Accurately completing your W-4 can ensure you do not owe a large amount come tax time and can help prevent you from overpaying, giving you more money throughout the year. [Read More...]
The Internal Revenue Service announced that they plan to open the 2013 filing season and begin processing individual income returns on January 30th. Due to the late tax law changes enacted on January 2, this announcement means that the IRS will begin accepting e-filed tax returns for the vast majority of U.S. tax filers on January 30th. [Read More...]
Very soon after Thanksgiving, many Americans start to think about Christmas and shopping! Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and the new comer Giving Tuesday- it seems the list goes on and on with reasons to shop. However, very shortly after all the shopping has died down January 1 brings the New Year and our mind quickly rationalizes…. How in the world am I going to pay for all this stuff?!! After agonizing moments of panic have passed, most people realize that they may be due a refund this year from their taxes and problem solved! Although TaxSlayer.com can’t promise everyone a refund, we can say if you follow these 8 tips you should be on your way to a refund that should help you pay down your holiday debt! [Read More...]
22. December 2011 00:48
It's never too early (or late) to start planning your tax refund! TaxSlayer.com suggests you take these 3 steps to get you on your way to receiving the largest refund possible this year.
1. Wait on all of your tax documents before starting your tax return
There is nothing more frustrating than... [Read More...]