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2015-01-21 3 Tips About Marketplace Coverage & Your Taxes Comments None
2014-02-25 IRS Reminds Individuals of Health Care Choices for 2014 Comments 3.2
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2015-02-20 Lunch Break Learning Comments None
2015-01-27 Get In The Game: Tips For Hosting A Budget Friendly Super Bowl Party Comments None
2015-01-27 Last Minute Cheap and Easy Recipes For A Super Bowl Party Comments None
2015-01-27 5 Ways to Tackle Paycheck to Paycheck Savings Comments None
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2014-11-20 Host with the Most:Five Ways to Save Money on Your Thanksgiving Meal. Comments 4
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2014-11-19 Black Friday Like a Pro Comments None
2014-11-18 Movember: How A Man’s Mustache Is Helping Men’s Health Comments None
2014-10-17 Live Well, Spend Less: 5 Money-Saving Apps Comments 5
2014-10-16 Choosing a Charity for Your Breast Cancer Treatment and Research Donation Comments None
2014-10-12 Treat Yourself to Savings: 5 Halloween Costumes under $20 Comments None
2014-09-22 How To: Shop for a Cause…NOT Just Because Comments None
2014-09-18 A Taste of the Good Life Comments None
2014-08-25 Budget-Friendly Ways To Work Out At Home Comments None
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2014-08-22 6 places to rent, buy + sell textbooks on the cheap Comments 5
2014-07-30 Dorm Design on a Dime Comments None
2014-07-29 Tips to Beat Back to School Costs Comments None
2014-07-25 College scholarship? Learn If Your Scholarship is Taxable. Comments None
2014-06-25 3 Things To Consider When Repaying Debt Comments 4.5
2014-06-19 Celebrate July 4th in Style with These Money Saving Tips Comments None
2014-06-17 Tips for Cleaning Out Your Closet And Finding A Tax Deduction Comments None
2014-06-13 Ssshhh…We’ve Got Some Summer Savings Secrets Comments None
2014-05-28 Five Ways to Become Financially Responsible Comments 5
2013-09-13 Protect Yourself from Scammers Comments None
2013-09-09 Tips to Help You Save at Tax Time Comments None
2013-08-02 Need to Verify Your Income For Financial Aid or Student Loans? Here is How. Comments None
2013-07-26 Tax Free Weekend Is Heading Your Way Comments None
2012-09-12 Deductions For Teachers Who Spend Money On Supplies For Their Classroom Comments None
2012-08-21 Tips On How To Save Money For Back To School Comments None
2011-11-09 Winter To-Do Checklist Comments None
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2011-08-05 Reduce Your Monthly Utility Bills! Comments None
2011-06-02 Frugal Living: Grocery Savings Comments None
2011-04-28 Frugal Living: Convert Items Into Cash Comments None
2011-04-13 Frugal Living: Why Buy New? Comments 5

RSSOnline Tax Software Tips (40)

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2015-01-21 Active Duty Military File Their Taxes Free With TaxSlayer.com Military Edition Comments None
2014-01-30 Did you know TaxSlayer offers free tax filing for Military? Comments 5
2012-09-08 Amended Returns- How To Fix Errors Made On Your Return Comments None
2012-07-23 9 Commonly Missed Tax Benefits for Military Personnel Comments 5
2012-04-26 How Long Should You Keep Tax Records? Comments None
2012-04-03 Avoid tax deadline mistakes that delay your tax return Comments 3.7
2012-01-20 Deciding not to file could cost you M-O-N-E-Y Comments 2.6
2012-01-13 I don’t have all of my tax forms…what can I do!?!?! Comments 2.4
2011-11-07 Student loans can save you a lot of tax money Comments 5
2011-08-15 Interesting State Taxes Comments None
2011-08-08 Summer Camp Tax Credit Comments None
2011-06-30 Five Things That Ministers Should Know About Taxes Comments 5
2011-06-30 Military Pay Exclusions from Taxable Income Comments 5
2011-06-30 Take advantage of the Residential Energy Credit before it Expires Comments None
2011-06-29 Qualifying for Earned Income Credit Comments 1
2011-06-27 Your Standard Deduction amounts for 2010 Comments None
2011-06-27 Estimated Taxes- What are they and when are they due? Comments None
2011-06-23 There’s a Pub for That Comments None
2011-06-23 Taking Employee Deductions Comments None
2011-06-15 Need Further Documentation for your Taxes? Comments None
2011-06-06 Tax Relief in Natural Disasters Comments None
2011-05-12 What are the penalties for late tax filing? Comments None
2011-05-03 Who Can Deduct Moving Expenses? Comments None
2011-05-03 Is My Disability Pension Taxable? Comments None
2011-04-22 My Deductions Reminder Comments None
2011-04-22 What the Heck Is Schedule M Reject Code 1132? Comments None
2011-04-21 5 Things To Do After You E-File Comments None
2011-04-19 Live in One State; Work in Another Comments None
2011-04-18 10 Popular Frivolous Tax Arguments Comments None
2011-04-16 Five Facts About Filing Status Comments None
2011-04-16 Audit Alert: Don’t Lead the IRS to Your Door Comments None
2011-04-16 Hidden Educator Expense Deduction Comments None
2011-04-16 Current Year PIN, Prior Year PIN and AGI…Oh My Comments 5
2011-04-08 Child and Dependent Care Expenses Credit Comments None
2011-04-08 File for Your Extension with TaxSlayer Comments 1
2010-12-18 6 Last Minute Tax Tips to Increase Your Refund Comments None
2010-12-03 Year End Tax Tips Comments 2.7
2010-08-27 TaxSlayer Back to School Tax Tips Comments 2.5
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RSSTax Credits (26)

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2015-03-18 Reduce Your Taxes with the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit Comments None
2015-03-11 Are You Self Employed? Check Out These IRS Tax Tips Comments None
2015-02-16 Parents: Don’t Miss Out on These Tax Savers Comments None
2015-02-10 6 Tips on Who Should File a 2014 Tax Return Comments None
2015-02-08 Tax Tips College Students Need To Know Comments None
2014-03-11 Seven Facts about Dependents and Exemptions Comments 2
2014-03-08 Can You Claim the Earned Income Tax Credit? Comments 1.5
2014-01-23 Your Tax Filing Checklist Comments 3
2013-12-19 Learn 4 Things You Can Do This December to Cut Your 2013 Tax Bill Comments None
2013-11-15 8 Individual Tax Provisions Expiring This Year Comments 4.6
2013-08-09 Education Tax Credits and Deductions Comments None
2013-07-12 Wedding Tax Deductions You May Be Eligible For Comments None
2012-12-03 6 Tips To Make Filing Your Taxes Easier Comments 3.3
2012-11-20 The Fiscal Cliff: Learn How It Could Impact How Much Everyone Owes Comments 4.1
2012-11-12 Bush Tax Cuts Expiring and What That Could Mean For You Comments 4.5
2012-10-29 Do I have to claim tips on my tax return? Comments 5
2012-10-29 Can I deduct the Mortgage Interest Deduction? Comments None
2012-10-15 Special Rules for Claiming a Tax Deduction for Donating Clothing, Household Items, Cars, Boats, and Airplanes Comments None
2012-10-04 October 15, 2012 Is The Tax Extension Deadline Comments None
2012-10-04 Your Support Of A Qualified Charity May Provide You With A Money-Saving Tax Deduction Comments None
2012-09-12 Events In Life That Have A Significant Tax Impact Series: Losing Your Job Comments None
2012-09-12 Deductions For Teachers Who Spend Money On Supplies For Their Classroom Comments None
2012-08-30 Events In Life That Have A Significant Tax Impact Series: Having A Child Comments None
2012-08-20 Events In Life That Have A Significant Tax Impact Series: Marriage Comments None
2012-08-11 Your Job Search Expenses Can Be Tax Deductible- Learn What Applies Comments 4
2012-07-23 Large Credit for Alternative Energy Comments 3.5

RSSTax Deductions (16)

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2015-03-22 Standard or Itemized: Choose the Deduction Method That’s Best for You Comments None
2015-03-11 Are You Self Employed? Check Out These IRS Tax Tips Comments None
2015-02-16 Parents: Don’t Miss Out on These Tax Savers Comments None
2015-02-10 6 Tips on Who Should File a 2014 Tax Return Comments None
2015-02-08 Tax Tips College Students Need To Know Comments None
2014-06-17 Tips for Cleaning Out Your Closet And Finding A Tax Deduction Comments None
2014-03-11 Seven Facts about Dependents and Exemptions Comments 2
2014-02-26 Deducting Your Medical and Dental Expenses Comments 2.4
2014-01-23 Your Tax Filing Checklist Comments 3
2013-12-19 Learn 4 Things You Can Do This December to Cut Your 2013 Tax Bill Comments None
2013-11-15 8 Individual Tax Provisions Expiring This Year Comments 4.6
2013-10-07 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month Comments None
2013-08-19 Reduce Your Taxes with Miscellaneous Deductions Comments None
2013-08-09 Education Tax Credits and Deductions Comments None
2013-07-22 Tax Deductions for Renters Comments None
2013-07-17 To Yard Sale or Not Yard Sale That is the Question Comments None

RSSTax Industry News (29)

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2015-03-18 Taxpayers Receiving Identity Verification Letter Should Use IDVerify.irs.gov Comments None
2015-01-22 Phone Tax Scams Continue To Be A Threat For The 2015 Filing Season Comments None
2015-01-01 IRS Announces Efile Open Date: January 20th Comments None
2013-11-08 IRS Warns of Phone Scam Comments 3.7
2013-10-25 Are You Behind on Your Taxes? If You’re a New Yorker, You May Lose Your Driver’s License Comments None
2013-09-30 Deadline Approaching: Tax Filing and Payment Extensions Expire Oct. 15 Comments None
2013-09-27 Tax Relief for Victims of Severe Storms in Colorado Comments None
2013-08-05 Special Mailings Going To Taxpayers Following Notice Issue Comments None
2013-04-17 IRS Delays Filing Deadline For Boston Area Taxpayers Comments 5
2013-01-12 IRS Will Start Accepting Tax Returns January 30th Comments 3.7
2012-12-17 “Where’s My Refund?” Tool Has New Design Comments 5
2012-12-08 Retirement Plans Can Make Loans Or Hardship Distributions to Sandy Victims Comments None
2012-11-20 The Fiscal Cliff: Learn How It Could Impact How Much Everyone Owes Comments 4.1
2012-11-12 Bush Tax Cuts Expiring and What That Could Mean For You Comments 4.5
2012-11-06 Tax Scam Alert: IRS Warns About Phony Websites Comments 3.2
2012-10-29 401k Contribution Limits for 2013 Comments None
2012-10-16 Attention Farmers: Livestock Deferment Extended Comments None
2012-10-04 October 15, 2012 Is The Tax Extension Deadline Comments None
2012-09-13 IRS Provides Tax Relief To Victims of Hurricane Isaac Comments None
2012-06-07 Amended and Extended Tax Returns Comments None
2012-06-06 Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft Comments None
2012-02-27 Beware Of These Common Tax Scams Comments 1.2
2012-01-13 I don’t have all of my tax forms…what can I do!?!?! Comments 2.4
2012-01-10 Tax Returns Are Rolling In Comments 4
2011-10-25 Filing late Packs a Punch Comments None
2011-10-14 Tax Deadline Approaching, Extended For Some Comments None
2011-08-05 HEART Act for Military Comments 3
2011-08-01 Scams for E-Filing Taxes Comments None
2011-04-01 Tax Deadline Extended to April 18 Comments None

RSSTax Tips (79)

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2015-03-26 9 Tax Tips for Farmers Comments None
2015-03-24 Many Retirees Face April 1 Deadline to Take Required Retirement Plan Distributions Comments None
2015-03-23 Reminder: Tax-Filing Extensions Comments None
2015-03-22 Standard or Itemized: Choose the Deduction Method That’s Best for You Comments None
2015-03-18 Taxpayers Receiving Identity Verification Letter Should Use IDVerify.irs.gov Comments None
2015-03-18 Reduce Your Taxes with the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit Comments None
2015-03-14 What You Should Know if You Changed Your Name Comments None
2015-03-11 Are You Self Employed? Check Out These IRS Tax Tips Comments None
2015-03-08 Do You Receive Tips At Work? What You Need To Know. Comments None
2015-03-07 Taxable or Not – What You Need to Know about Income Comments None
2015-02-16 Parents: Don’t Miss Out on These Tax Savers Comments None
2015-02-10 6 Tips on Who Should File a 2014 Tax Return Comments None
2015-02-08 Tax Tips College Students Need To Know Comments None
2015-01-23 New Tax Forms To Fill Out Regarding Your Healthcare Coverage Comments None
2015-01-22 Phone Tax Scams Continue To Be A Threat For The 2015 Filing Season Comments None
2015-01-21 Active Duty Military File Their Taxes Free With TaxSlayer.com Military Edition Comments None
2014-10-16 Choosing a Charity for Your Breast Cancer Treatment and Research Donation Comments None
2014-09-24 Reminder: October 15 Is Tax Extension Deadline Comments None
2014-08-24 Share the Knowledge: What You and Your Spouse Should Know About Finances Comments None
2014-07-25 College scholarship? Learn If Your Scholarship is Taxable. Comments None
2014-05-27 Summer Fun Courtesy Of Uncle Sam Comments 5
2014-05-23 Tax Information for Students Who Take a Summer Job Comments 5
2014-04-23 Make Plans Now for Next Year’s Tax Return Comments 5
2014-04-22 Unpaid Debt Can Affect Your Refund Comments 5
2014-04-16 Eight Facts about Penalties for Filing and Paying Late Comments 5
2014-04-04 Five Facts about Unemployment Benefits Comments 2.8
2014-04-03 Are My Social Security Benefits Taxable? Comments 5
2014-03-11 Seven Facts about Dependents and Exemptions Comments 2
2014-03-10 Paying Your Tax Bill Comments 1
2014-03-08 Can You Claim the Earned Income Tax Credit? Comments 1.5
2014-02-26 Deducting Your Medical and Dental Expenses Comments 2.4
2014-02-25 IRS Reminds Individuals of Health Care Choices for 2014 Comments 3.2
2014-02-25 IRS Offers Health Care Tax Tips to Help Individuals Understand Tax Provisions in the Affordable Care Act Comments 4
2014-01-30 Did you know TaxSlayer offers free tax filing for Military? Comments 5
2014-01-25 The Answers To Your Questions Comments 2
2014-01-23 Your Tax Filing Checklist Comments 3
2013-12-19 Learn 4 Things You Can Do This December to Cut Your 2013 Tax Bill Comments None
2013-11-15 8 Individual Tax Provisions Expiring This Year Comments 4.6
2013-11-04 Tis’ the Season for Giving: Tips to Being a Savvy Contributor Comments 1
2013-10-25 Are You Behind on Your Taxes? If You’re a New Yorker, You May Lose Your Driver’s License Comments None
2013-10-09 Calculate Your Refund On The Go Comments 5
2013-10-07 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month Comments None
2013-09-30 Deadline Approaching: Tax Filing and Payment Extensions Expire Oct. 15 Comments None
2013-09-27 Tax Relief for Victims of Severe Storms in Colorado Comments None
2013-09-11 Will this be Your First Year Paying Taxes? Comments None
2013-09-09 Tips to Help You Save at Tax Time Comments None
2013-08-29 Ten Tax Tips For Selling Your Home Comments 4
2013-08-26 Border Patrol: Live in One State While Working in Another Comments None
2013-08-12 How Your W-4 Withholdings Affect Your Tax Refund Comments 4.8
2013-08-02 Need to Verify Your Income For Financial Aid or Student Loans? Here is How. Comments None
2013-07-31 IRS Amends First Time Penalty Relief Policy Comments None
2013-07-29 5 Charity Travel Tax Tips Comments None
2013-07-26 Tax Free Weekend Is Heading Your Way Comments None
2013-07-19 Don’t let Natural Disasters lead to a Tax Disaster Comments None
2013-07-17 To Yard Sale or Not Yard Sale That is the Question Comments None
2013-07-10 Tax Tips for Newlyweds Comments None
2013-07-03 Home Office Tax Deduction Has A New Simplified Option Comments None
2013-07-01 Summer Tax Tips for Students Comments None
2013-05-25 Will your child be attending day camp this summer? Learn what tax credit can help offset your cost. Comments 5
2013-05-24 8 Facts on Late Filing and Late Payment Penalties Comments None
2013-05-20 Tips and Advice: What if I missed the Income Tax Deadline? Comments None
2013-04-12 Top 10 Most Overlooked Tax Deductions Comments None
2013-01-12 IRS Will Start Accepting Tax Returns January 30th Comments 3.7
2012-12-17 “Where’s My Refund?” Tool Has New Design Comments 5
2012-12-08 Retirement Plans Can Make Loans Or Hardship Distributions to Sandy Victims Comments None
2012-12-07 What filing status should I choose when filing my taxes? Comments 2.8
2012-12-03 8 Tax Tips To Increase Your 2012 Tax Refund Comments 3.8
2012-12-03 6 Tips To Make Filing Your Taxes Easier Comments 3.3
2012-10-29 401k Contribution Limits for 2013 Comments None
2012-10-29 Do I have to claim tips on my tax return? Comments 5
2012-10-16 Attention Farmers: Livestock Deferment Extended Comments None
2012-10-15 Special Rules for Claiming a Tax Deduction for Donating Clothing, Household Items, Cars, Boats, and Airplanes Comments None
2012-10-04 October 15, 2012 Is The Tax Extension Deadline Comments None
2012-10-04 Your Support Of A Qualified Charity May Provide You With A Money-Saving Tax Deduction Comments None
2012-09-22 Events In Life That Have A Significant Tax Impact Series: Getting Separated or Divorced Comments None
2012-09-20 Update On IRS Provides Tax Relief To Victims of Hurricane Isaac Comments None
2012-09-14 Campaign Contributions Are Not Tax Deductible Comments None
2012-09-13 IRS Provides Tax Relief To Victims of Hurricane Isaac Comments None
2012-09-12 Events In Life That Have A Significant Tax Impact Series: Losing Your Job Comments None

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2014-12-19 Catch All The Action With The TaxSlayer Bowl App Comments None
2014-12-10 Tennessee to Face-Off Iowa in 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl Comments None
2014-12-09 Who Is Playing In The TaxSlayer Bowl? Comments None
2014-08-28 College football weaves with NASCAR in TaxSlayer Bowl Comments None
2014-04-03 TaxSlayer.com Announces New Sponsorship Comments 5
2013-12-17 2014 Gator Bowl: Georgia vs Nebraska Comments None
2011-09-02 TaxSlayer.com Named Title Sponsor Of 2012 Gator Bowl Comments None

RSSTaxSlayer Golf News (2)

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2015-01-14 Congrats Patrick Reed On Your Hyundai Tournament of Champions Win Comments None
2014-09-23 TaxSlayer.com Makes Its Ryder Cup Debut Comments None

RSSTaxSlayer Team Profiles (5)

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2013-08-28 Change In Student Loan Interest Rates Comments None
2011-07-06 Meet The Team: William Pereira Comments None
2011-06-01 Meet The Team: Sachin Patel Comments 5
2011-04-27 Meet The Team: Mary Koschene Comments 3
2011-04-14 Meet The Team: Chris Buzzell Comments 5

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2014-08-28 College football weaves with NASCAR in TaxSlayer Bowl Comments None
2014-02-25 Congratulations to Regan Smith and Dale Jr. on their wins in Daytona! Comments 1
2014-01-25 TaxSlayer.com Hang With Dale Jr. Sweepstakes Comments 1.2
2011-03-25 TaxSlayer Files Fast…and Drives Fast Too Comments None

Uncategorized (29)

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2013-10-03 IRS Operations During The Government Shutdown Comments None
2013-08-16 Moving Expenses Deduction Comments None
2013-08-14 Five Tips for Taxpayers Who Owe Taxes Comments None
2013-05-25 Never Miss Another Tax Deduction With TaxSlayer Money Compass Comments 4
2012-11-09 Tax Relief For Victims Of Hurricane Sandy Comments None
2012-08-31 Football + Taxes = Perfect Blend Comments None
2012-08-11 Can I Claim The 2012 Student Loan Interest Deduction? Comments None
2012-07-26 Help Report Tax Scams Comments 4.5
2012-07-23 Attention Students- Don’t forget this important tip! Comments 4.7
2012-07-09 IRS Announces Changes to ITIN Requirements Comments None
2012-06-08 ALERT – New scam targets military members and retirees Comments 5
2012-06-01 Billions of Tax $ Unclaimed- Could some be your Money? Comments 5
2012-06-01 Is Summer Camp Tax Deductible? Comments 5
2012-06-01 3 Quick Steps to a LARGER 2012 Refund Comments 1
2012-04-03 Do you need a last minute deduction? Comments 3.2
2012-04-03 Do you need more time to file? Comments 4
2012-04-03 FREE TAX ADVICE – With TaxSlayer.com Comments 3.2
2012-02-28 Refunds Increase With TaxSlayer.com Comments 3.4
2012-02-27 Drive4COPD 300 Race Report Comments 3.5
2012-02-27 When Will I Receive My Refund? Comments 5
2011-12-22 Tablets are hot holiday gifts Comments None
2011-12-22 It's never too early to start planning your tax refund! Comments 5
2011-12-15 Improve Your Refund With This Powerful Education Credit! Comments 4
2011-12-13 Tax Deductible Christmas Comments 5
2011-11-09 Android or Apple, which smartphone is right for you? Comments 1
2011-11-07 Video Blog: TaxSlayer.com Off-Season Enhancements Comments 2.5
2011-07-07 Frugal Living - July 2011 Comments None
2011-02-25 Some Tax Payers Paycheck May Increase Comments None
2010-10-19 The Political Side of Taxes Comments 4

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Form 1040EZ is the simplest form to fill out.
You may use Form 1040EZ if you meet all the following conditions:


If you file Form 1040EZ, you cannot itemize deductions or claim any adjustments to income or tax credits (other than the earned income credit).