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8 Things You Need to Know For the 2018 Tax Deadline!

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on October 2, 2018
Last modified: October 2, 2018

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October 15 is in less than 2 weeks…did you file your 2017 taxes?

Taxpayers tend to wait until the last minute to file their 2017 tax returns. However, if you’re one of these taxpayers who missed the April 17 tax deadline, here are some helpful tax information that you should know.

1. October 15, 2018 is the e-file and extension deadline.

After October 15, 2018, are required to paper-file your 2017 tax returns since e-file is no longer available.

2. If you have a refund waiting for you, you are not subject to penalties for filing late.

Just make sure you file your return within three years of the original due date based on the IRS statute of limitations.

3. You cannot file an extension and your tax return is considered late.

This means if you did not file an extension by April 17, you can no longer do so.

4. If you have a tax due to the IRS and did not file or pay your taxes by April 17, you will be subject to penalties.

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Did You Miss The 2018 Tax Season Deadline?

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on May 10, 2018
Last modified: October 16, 2018

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Some taxpayers are still racing against the clock.

The tax deadlines have quickly passed and some Americans have yet to file their tax return. If you’re one of many taxpayers who have questions about how to file a late 2017 tax return, keep reading!

Can I still e-file my 2017 tax return?

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Tax Tips: How to Choose a Tax Preparer

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on January 23, 2018
Last modified: January 24, 2018


Are you stuck on choosing a Tax Preparer?

“One size fits all,” doesn’t apply when choosing your tax preparer. Take a second to imagine this scenario. John is a college student and it’s time to file his taxes for the very first time. Nerve wracking, isn’t it? He has one W-2 statement and a myriad of education expenses that surely affected his bank account. He’s unsure of where to begin and if he should simply file online or visit a tax accountant.

Whether you’re new to taxes, like John, or an experienced taxpayer, filing your tax return can be a demanding process. On top of that, you might be wondering if you should file your tax return online or go to a local tax accountant. Here are some tax tips to consider when making that decision.

Online filing may be right for you.

During tax season, convenience, quality and time are both important. By filing your taxes online, you can complete a self-prepared return by opting to e-file your current year tax return or paper file your prior year return right from the comfort of your own home. Tax preparation sites require you to have: (more…)

The 2018 Tax Season Starts Soon: File your 2017 Taxes!

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on December 22, 2017
Last modified: August 3, 2018


It’s time for your taxes.

The 2018 tax season is here! The IRS announced the dates that you need to remember. Don’t forget to keep track of time since January 29th marked the start of tax season 2018. Here’s how to get started with your 2017 tax return.

2018 Tax Season Calendar

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and How the Tax Plan May Affect You

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on December 11, 2017
Last modified: January 12, 2018

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New year, new taxes.

President Trump said that he wanted the new tax plan on his desk by Christmas. Nonetheless, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went through the Senate, House and flew by Congress. Ultimately, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act tax plan has a goal to reduce the tax rates for individuals and businesses, which will ultimately affect how much you end up receiving your refund and paying in your tax liability. Most changes will expire in 2025 whereas some will remain permanent.

With the media raving about how taxpayers’ pockets will be affected, here are the changes that the new tax plan will lead to starting January 1st, 2019.

What was eliminated in the new tax plan?

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