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Finding Free Tax Tips For Your 2013/2014 Taxes

Free Tax Tips

No one wants to make a mistake when filing his or her taxes to the federal government. Unfortunately, filing on your own can be a bit difficult. If you want to file correctly, you probably want to take the time to look at free tax tips. Below are a couple sources of free tax tips for your 2013 or 2014 filings.

One of the best places to start looking for tax tips is always with the IRS (www.irs.gov). Not only is this the official source for tax information in the United States, but its tips are … Read more at 2010 Tax.

TurboTax Sees Glitch, #Fails On Twitter

TurboTax Sees Glitch, #Fails On Twitter

Filing taxes is a stressful task no matter how anyone puts it, and if anything goes wrong during the filing, it becomes a nightmare. That is what exactly happened last month when TurboTax users faced a glitch as the deadline to file federal tax returns loomed.

Day 25-A Taxing Evening

Day 25-A Taxing Evening (Photo credit: Mark Sinderson)

The service run by Intuit was unavailable for approximately an hour for some users during evening, which is considered peak hour for the service. It seemed that all would be well since their problems were resolved and service was … Read more at 2010 Tax.

QuickTax Is Canada’s #1 Tax Software

QuickTax is the best choice for filing your taxes. QuickTax has been around for over 11 years, offers the most thorough tax programs with up to date Canadian tax rules, is preferred by 4.3 out of 5 for ease of use, and even comes with a money back guarantee.

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Quick Tax will cover all possible areas of filing your tax returns to be sure you will receive the maximum refund possible. To do that QuickTax uses the A-to-Z List of Deductions, of which there are over 400 available to Canadians. QuickTax can also handle all sorts of issues that … Read more at 2010 Tax.

What to Do With Your Taxes In Case You Can’t Pay Them?

What to Do With Your Taxes In Case You Can’t Pay Them?

The extension on filing your taxes is almost coming to an end. Is there anything you can do in case you can’t pay your taxes? It is important for you to pay whatever you can and do your return filing by the scheduled date. We discuss some additional steps here which might be helpful for you.

Credit Cards

The taxes can be charged on your MasterCard, American Express card, Discover card, or Visa card. Going in this direction, you can use one out of two sources mentioned below:… Read more at 2010 Tax.