In order to get the largest refund you can get, you will need to know what the IRS allows you to deduct on your tax return. When you do your taxes, you should always have your eyes on the prize and think about that tax refund.
In order to deduct your moving expenses and get that much closer to t... [Read More...]
As with most other things having to do with taxes and your tax return, the answer to, “Is my disability pension taxable?” is, “It depends.” Getting your maximum refund will depend on knowing the details of your own particular situation.
You must claim as income on your tax return disability pensi... [Read More...]
Even though Tax Day is over, you may still have some things to do in order to keep things square with the IRS and to stay on top of your income tax refund.
1. Check on your refund. You can check the status of your income tax refund 72 hours after the IRS accepts it. Here is how: (1) Go to TaxSl... [Read More...]
As if your tax return wasn’t confusing enough, you have now gotten a job across the border from the state where you live. So now that you live in one state and work in another, to whom do you pay state taxes?
Let’s look at the various possibilities for state tax filing, from the most tear-induci... [Read More...]
Kids are afraid of the monster under the bed; adults are afraid of IRS audits. Although the IRS is going to do a certain number of them a year, and there is no fool-proof way to guarantee you will never be a target, there are some simple ways to be careful during tax preparation and make yourself a ... [Read More...]