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February
13,
2017
The refund delay that affected approximately 15 million taxpayers this year is about to lift. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act required the IRS to hold refunds for returns claiming the earned income tax credit (EITC) and additional ...
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February
03,
2017
Taxpayers are expected to bet 11 percent more on the Super Bowl this year than they did last year, according to the American Gaming Association. And whether that’s in an office pool, in Vegas or somewhere else, taxpayers who win, big or ...
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February
02,
2017
Mailboxes are starting to fill up with 2016 financial reports and documents needed to file an accurate tax return. MyBlock has the ultimate in secure and safe storage, no matter how taxpayers file. So, when uploading these documents, ...
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Tax Help for the Self-Employed
Like most other tax programs for the self-employed, H&R Block Premium lets you import data you used previously with other programs, specifically TurboTax and Quicken. Experts at FitSmallBusiness especially recommend this software for nonprofit business owners. Unlike many of its competitors, this program includes Form 990, a necessary document for nonprofit tax reporting.
23
Feb
2017
www.nextavenue.org
A Review of H&R Block’s 2017 Tax Preparation Software (Tax Year 2016)
H&R Block still offers a trimmed-down, less-expensive tax filing option online. However, this year it did expand its More Zero option to include itemized deductions. H&R Block’s list of supported tax forms for the Free edition is surprisingly robust. It includes not only your basic 1040 forms, but also mortgage and student loan interest forms, tuition payment forms, and interest income. So, who can file taxes for free with More Zero? A lot of people, it turns out! H&R Block estimates that six in 10 taxpayers will be eligible for More Zero this year.
21
Feb
2017
www.doughroller.net
The best tax tips for freelancers
21
Feb
2017
www.cnbc.com