Tax Carnival Ecstasy – March 1, 2013

Tax Carnival Ecstasy – March 1, 2013

Welcome to the March 1, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start off with an article by Bill Smith on about getting spam emails from the IRS and how there just like emails from old girl friends, just delete them. Brittany Hall examines Hiring an Illegal Nanny and the trouble you can get into. And John Schmoll believes you Should Just Say No to Refund Anticipation Loans, the pay day loans of the tax business. Hope you enjoy all the material, bookmark, share on Facebook, tweet, and come back real soon.

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Bill Smith presents Think Of Tax Filling? Think Turbo Tax posted at 2010Taxes, saying, “March is coming and many businesses out there know what this means. This period officially marks the time to file in business taxes back to the government.”

Bill Smith presents What Do The IRS And Your Ex-Girlfriend Have In Common? posted at 2011 Tax, saying, “You Don’t Want To Hear From Either One Of Them”

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Brittany Hall presents Why You Should Think Twice About Hiring an Illegal Nanny posted at Nanny Interview Questions, saying, “Regardless of where you stand on immigration reform, there’s no denying the fact that undocumented foreign workers will typically perform the same job duties as a native nanny for a lower salary.”

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Shelby Martin presents What Are the Consequences For Not Giving Your Nanny a W-2 Form? posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “If you’re considering an under the table arrangement that will leave your nanny with no W-2 at the beginning of the year, there are some dire consequences you’ll want to take into consideration first.”

John Schmoll presents Why You Should Just Say No to Refund Anticipation Loans posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Refund Anticipation Loans are marketed as a way to get your tax refund quicker and just in a few days. The main problem is that they’re full of fees as well as the desire to spend the money once received.”

Bill Smith presents The Benefits Of Filing Your Taxes With TurboTax 2013 Or TaxBrain posted at 2014 Taxes, saying, “If you have previously filed your taxes by going to a CPA, you really need to look into online software like TurboTax 2013 or TaxBrain.”

Bill Smith presents Saving Money With The Child Tax Credit posted at 2011 Taxes, saying, “A lot of Canadians have no idea they qualify for the Child Tax Credit or what it is.”

Mr.CBB presents Income Tax Is Like A Four Letter Word posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, “Income tax doesn’t have to be a four letter word if you plan and maximize on the credits available for your personal or your business returns.”

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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – February 7, 2013

Welcome to the February 7, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with a post on Xero by Rachel Frishe who examines why to switch to the bookkeeping software from a different option. Bill Smith has a couple of tax filing articles about the system you need to run TurboTax 2012 on your PC and a new service from Intuit to help small business find a CPA in their area call CPA Select. Finanly Basit has some tax planning tips for employees that receive a W2 tax form. Hope you find the information useful this tax season, bookmark, share, like on Facebook, tweet on Twitter and come back soon.

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Bill & Don (Photo credit: iluvcocacola)

Rachel Frishe presents » Why should I switch to Xero? posted at Virtual Techniques, saying, “Xero offers an efficient, collaborative environment for bookkeeping and account with robust reporting and excellent customization options.”

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Bill Smith presents TurboTax2012 System Requirements posted at 2013 Taxes, saying, “Filing Tax is one of the tedious tasks to accomplish. However, since a last few years, there has been a change in the process.”

Bill Smith presents Pros And Cons Of Filing Your Taxes With TurboTax posted at 2011 Taxes, saying, “Filing your taxes with TurboTax or another online tax program is something that people often loathe doing, therefore they try to procrastinate or push it off for later hoping that they would be excused and the year would pass by.”

Bill Smith presents Intuit Unveils TurboTax CPA Select posted at 2012 Taxes – Free Tax Filing Options, saying, “TurboTax CPA Select is designed to connect small and medium business owners who require someone to file their taxes with a CPA.”

Bill Smith presents Super Saturday In Ohio: Day Of Help For Filing Taxes posted at 2012 Taxes – Free Tax Filing Options, saying, “Super Saturday is a day of help in Ohio for residents in need of help filing taxes. Formerly known as the Franklin County EITC Coalition, the Tax Time Coalition of Central Ohio is ready with professionals in the tax business to help others in need of their services.”

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John Schmoll presents How to Take the Emotion Out of Investing posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “The stock market is driven largely by emotion, some say upwards of 90%. If you have a solid investment plan though you can easily separate the emotions from the day to day activity of your investments.”

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AYOUBBLIDI presents Tekenen en symptomen Mange Honden posted at Over Honden.

Bill Smith presents Tax Preparation Reviews posted at 2013 Taxes, saying, “Clients continue to use TurboTax every year as it is easy to use.”

basit presents Tax Planning for Salaried Employees- A Last Minute Guide posted at Fintotal.

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Tax Credits For Your Home

2010 Tax Credits For Your Home

For those of you thinking of buying a new home but are not sure about the 2010 tax credits, maybe this will help you. If you are buying a home and your modified gross income is less than $245,000, the house costs less than $800,000, and you’re a first time home buyer, you can receive full credit. If your modified adjusted income is more than $125,000, you will receive a reduced credit. If your MAI is more than $245,000, you will receive no credit. Also, for those of you who are remodeling, you can also receive tax credits for your home.

2010 Guide To Home Buying Tax Credits