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If you were one of the millions of Americans who received a tax credit to help pay for healthcare coverage, you could be at risk for a much smaller refund than you expect.
Jackson Hewitt® Tax Service Inc., the second largest paid tax preparation
company, announced today that its Tax Schools
are now open for registration in preparation for the 2015 tax season.
The summer wedding season is in full swing. But, once you’ve packed away the wedding gown and opened your last gift, how should you file your first tax return as husband and wife? Believe it or not, it does
If you are a parent and need
someone to look after your children while you work or look for work, you
understand what a costly added expense it can be. But, there is some good
news—your childcare costs may actually help you qualify for a tax credit!
Once the final exams and
commencement ceremonies are over, it’s time for college grads to move on to the
next phase—with exciting challenges and opportunities, and “real world”
independence. But, along with that
independence comes some very adult obligations—including taxes.
Did you know that April is “Financial Literacy Month?” While we like to think that we have a handle on our finances, the sad truth is that many Americans do not.
In the spirit of National Siblings Day, we’re taking a look at when you can claim your brother or sister on your tax return.
April 15 is the deadline for taxpayers who still need to file their 2013 income tax returns. Rushing at the last minute can lead to error, so we’ve got some tips to make sure you get your taxes done on time and correctly.
It’s the last few days of tax season, and if you’re planning to file an extension because you might owe taxes, remember that an extension only gives you additional time to file forms. Filing an extension does NOT give you any additional time to pay your taxes!
It’s true that 75 percent of all taxpayers receive a refund (according to public IRS data), so what happens if you are in the other 25 percent and owe?