2011 Tax to 2015 Tax

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Most taxpayers already know about Turbo Tax, but in case you have not, then you need to find a way to learn more about the software as soon as possible. The free version of the software will save you a lot of money in accounting fees. It will help you calculate how much you are required to pay as well as the tax refund owed to you by the IRS.

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The main disadvantage of hiring a tax accountant to do your taxes is that you will be forced to pay a lot of money for the service. The … Read more at 2011 Tax.

The EITC Not Always Claimed for 2011 Taxes

You would have been given a refund had you filed your 2011 tax return, but you never did. The IRS is holding onto $1 billion in unclaimed funds that will become the property of the federal government if tax filers don’t claim the funds before the end of the tax filing period. Over 1 million houses failed to file and are owed the money.

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Tax payers have three years to file a return and claim funds that they are owed. The people that do not normally file when owed tax refunds are part-time workers or students who do not make … Read more at 2011 Tax.

Features In TurboTax 2015 Designed To Help Filers

TurboTax software comes with various benefits and features for users. One such feature allows users to transfer the data from the previous year’s taxes into the current year. Therefore, taxpayers can transfer their 2013 taxes into TurboTax 2015 for their 2014 taxes. Frank Ellis, a Traverse City Tax Preparation Examiner, recently told readers how they can handle this process for their tax returns, which then get sent to the Internal Revenue Service.

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A major benefit of this software, as explained by Ellis, is the fact that users don’t need to retype this information. Since data is automatically transferred i, … Read more at 2011 Tax.

Buying A House And Saving on Taxes

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When it’s time for you to buy a house, make sure that you aren’t just blindly following any advice. Make sure that you take your time to fully understand that you are getting into. Your finances are going to either take a major hit, or you’re going to be able to gain leverage when purchasing your dream home. The key to moving forward within this world is simple, you need to have patience, and you’ll need to also make sure that you’re in line with the tax breaks that help you, not hurt you. Without fully understanding some of the … Read more at 2011 Tax.

H&R Block Answers Questions Regarding Tax Credits And Deductions For Education

Education expenses can be claimed as a tax credit on an itemized return, but under what circumstances? For instance, does a long-term course of study as an electrician count as a 4-year post-grad program?

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According to income tax experts H&R Block, the American Opportunity Credit, or AOC, may be claimed by individuals who are working toward an educational credential such as a certificate or bachelor’s degree. That’s it.

H & R Block also advises its clients to look at the Lifetime Learning Credit as tuition and fees may be claimed under its rules as a deduction. One caveat is … Read more at 2011 Tax.

First Time Filers Should Use TurboTax.com

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Filing taxes for the first time can be nerve racking and it is worse if you are late with your preparation. You may experience challenges gathering all your information so that is why it is important to plan ahead so that you are on time with your filing.

If your 2013 taxes are your first filing, you have to be mindful of who is preparing your taxes. You may choose to prepare the taxes yourself or hire a tax preparer. If you have been asking friends and family about filing yourself, you may have heard about TurboTax.com. TurboTax.com … Read more at 2011 Tax.

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