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3 Things The IRS Won’t Tell You While Filing Your Taxes

  We’ve officially entered the tax filing season. The IRS offers a lot of excellent information online at http://www.IRS.gov to help you get your 1040 filed accurately and on time. That said, there are 3 things the IRS won’t tell … Continue reading

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Good News if You’re Struggling to Pay Your Income Tax!

April 15! With the April 15th deadline for filing income tax returns right around the corner, it can be a really stressful time—especially if you don’t have the money to pay your taxes. If that’s your situation, we’ve got encouraging … Continue reading

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A surefire way to prevent identity thieves from getting your tax refund

What do 3 out of 4 Americans have in common this time of year? And no, it’s not waiting to see who’ll be eliminated from American Idol. The vast majority of us expect to receive a refund from the IRS. … Continue reading

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Tax Refund Tips for You to Follow

People are starting to file their 2014 taxes, and Uncle Sam will soon send out millions of checks. It’s astounding that the average federal tax refund is around $3,000. Why do folks give interest free loans to the government in … Continue reading

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Taxes the IRS won’t tell you about

We’ve officially entered the 2014 tax filing season. The IRS offers a lot of excellent information online at http://www.IRS.gov to help you get your 1040 filed accurately and on time. That said, there are 3 things the IRS won’t tell … Continue reading

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