As the end of 2012 winds down, it is important to know which filing status applies to you and how it will affect the amount of taxes you could owe. Your federal tax filing status, which is based on your marital and family situation, is used to determine your filing requirements, eligibility for certain credits, what your standard deduction is, whether you must file a return and your correct tax. Your marital status on the last day of the year determines your status for the entire year. If more than one filing status applies to you, you may choose the one that gives you the lowest tax obligation. [Read More...]
There are many events in life that have a noteworthy tax impact. In this series, we will discuss how simple life changes such as marriage, the birth of a child, divorce or separation, job loss and starting a new career can significantly impact your tax liability or refund. This week we will discuss the tax consequences of a life change like getting married. [Read More...]
27. February 2012 18:37
Without fail it seems that the most common question we get from our customer is “When will I get my refund?” While we estimate that most tax refunds are received by our customers 8-10 days from the date of an accepted e-file, some customers can receive refunds in as little as five days. With that be... [Read More...]
Ever wonder what your refund will be while you’re on the go? TaxSlayer.com has taken care of that with the new phone app. Answer a few simple questions, and you will have an estimate of your tax refund for the year.
It’s simple, quick, and easy. The following steps will give you an estimate ... [Read More...]
No matter what you could want when it comes to doing your taxes, the IRS has probably got a publication out there to explain it. Coupling your publication with TaxSlayer.com tax software makes doing your taxes online a piece of cake. Here are a few of the most popular IRS publications.
1. Publica... [Read More...]