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The IRS Free File Tax System Is Available But Virtually No One Is Using It

More than 14 million Americans with low and moderate incomes likely could have filed their federal taxes for free last year, but they paid for tax preparation instead, according to a new Treasury Department audit
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What You Need To Know Before Filing 2019 Taxes

Now that 2019 is history, our W2 tax forms will soon be arriving as we prepare to file income tax. While last year we faced a lot of changes, this year will be a lot less jarring. There are a few adjustments you should know about, but for the most part, it’s all going to feel very familiar. Single...
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Mistakes To Avoid With A Child's Allowance

Around two-thirds of parents give their children an allowance averaging about $30 a week. Most parents believe that an allowance should, at least in part, be earned with the average chore work of 5.3 hours a week earning a tidy $6.11 an hour. More than half of parents give an allowance to teach...
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Here's What To Do If You Receive An Inheritance

What would you do if you received a large amount of inheritance money? Pay off debt? Buy a house? Go no vacation? Financial experts say if you want to be financially prudent about it, the answer is to do nothing with the money, at least for a year. Many people spend their inheritances faster than...
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Florida Back To School Sales Tax Holiday

The 2019 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday begins Friday, August 2, 2019, and runs through Tuesday, August 6, 2019. Many school items will be exempt from tax including: Certain school supplies selling for $15 or less per item clothing, footwear, and certain accessories selling for $60 or less per...
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Why You May Have A Smaller Tax Refund This Year And How To Fix It For 2019

Tax filings have begun with some people getting a surprise that their once tax refund is smaller than before and in some cases, taxes are owed. But how can this happen when tax laws were changed to keep more money in your pocket? Most likely is your withholding level (the amount of tax you chose to...
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How To Avoid The Hidden Tax Filing Fee

Filing your taxes has never been easier and receiving your refund has never been quicker. When you file your taxes online or with an agent, you’re usually given the option to deduct the cost of filing from your federal tax refund. While this is a convenient feature, experts say you really should...
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What You May Expect When Filing Taxes This Year

Employers must have your W-2 forms to you for the 2018 tax year by tomorrow and with last year’s tax changes, there is a lot of anticipation as to how your refund will be affected. While you might expect a larger refund than normal. But that won’t necessarily be the case. While refunds will be...
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Your Tax Refund May Be Delayed Due To The Government Shutdown

The partial government shutdown has many Federal employees sitting on the sidelines or working output a paycheck until funding is approved. Along with Federal parks and museums, the FBI, DEA and Border Security, the Internal Revenue Service is affected. Less than half (43.5%) of the agency’s...
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Florida Back To School Sales Tax Holiday

Many school items will be exempt from sales tax. CLICK HERE for more information and items exempt.
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