We have put together a top 10 tax checklist list to help you prepare for your most seamless online tax filing experience yet. Here’s what you can do to get your maximum refund: Have a copy of last year’s tax return on hand. TaxSlayer makes it easy to upload a prior year return, which imports the data for you so you won’t have to re–enter information that hasn’t changed. TaxSlayer is highest rated […]
People have all sorts of reasons for waiting to file their taxes. But putting it off too long means running the risk of making errors or simply missing the deadline. It pays to be prepared, and to have a filing solution that takes the pressure off. Here are some tips that can help get you […]
Sales tax is constantly changing so it is important as a taxpayer and a business owner to ensure you are in compliance. Reference this article for the sales tax compliance checklist.
If you didn’t complete and submit your return in April, the final day to electronically file your taxes is October 15th, 2018 for tax year 2017. Whether you requested an extension or just forgot to file, it’s the same deadline for everyone. How do I file taxes late? Fill out your income tax return exactly as you […]
Taxes may not be high on your summer wedding plan checklist. But you should be aware of the tax issues that come along with marriage. Here are some basic tips that can help keep those issues to a minimum.
This article is accurate for returns filed through tax year 2017. Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, some of the laws mentioned changed beginning in 2018. Learn more about the updated tax laws enacted under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act here. Thanks to the advance of technology and the availability of exceptional tax […]
Did the know December is the most popular month for engagements? The lights are twinkling, families are gathering together and love birds are popping the question. According to wedding experts at The Knot, 16 percent of marriage proposals happen in December. Before you make one of the biggest decisions of your life, we recommend taking […]
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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!