14. October 2011 23:25
Tax Industry News
While many of us mark April 15th on our calendars as the deadline for filing tax returns. The IRS however does not close efile until mid-October before turning things over to the next filing season, this year that efile deadline is October 17th. The majority of tax payers will still be subject to th... [Read More...]
Eating out can be enjoyable but also quite expensive. Luckily, there are ways you can easily save money when dinning out and make it a more affordable experience.
Take Advantage of Freebies
Many restaurants offer a reward, such as a $5 off coupon on your birthday, for signing up for their newsl... [Read More...]
Here are a few ideas on how to make sure you make the most of your household purchases: • Laundry Detergent – You don’t have to use a lot of detergent to clean your clothes. Try using less than the amount that the manufacturer recommends. • Clothes – Try hanging your cl... [Read More...]
Sometimes, we scratch our heads at certain taxes. Taxes can be a complicated and grueling process. But that’s why TaxSlayer.com is here to give you a heads up on state taxes. Here a list of the some of the most interesting state tax laws in the US. 1. The Blueberry Tax of MainMaine is ... [Read More...]
When kids are out of school, you don’t want them to wander the streets all day. Summer day camps have become extremely helpful for working parents. Now, they are even more helpful when it comes to taxes. These extra expenses for summertime care can actually help you qualify for a tax credit.
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