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preparation — December 01, 2021

7 Year-End To-Dos if You’re Filing Your Own Taxes Next Year

When December rolls around, one of the best presents you can give yourself is to get in all the preparatory steps for tax filing.


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4 Reasons to File Your Taxes in January (Missing Stimulus Money...

The IRS typically starts processing tax returns in mid-to-late January, so what's the big deal with filing early?


Year-end Pointers for the Sharing Economy

The end of the year is just around the corner. Time to gather what you need to file your sharing economy taxes. Here's how.


Form 1099-K Explained: The Micro-Payment Middle-Man

This one goes out to the freelancers and side-hustlers getting paid for small jobs online! What's a Form 1099-K all about?


Is It Too Late to File My Taxes?

Short answer? Nope. But you definitely want to file ASAP - here's why.


Still Haven't Done Your Taxes? File ASAP!

Curious about what happens if you file late? Read on for details on penalties (if any), tax extensions, and what to do if you just can't pay your taxes.


Grand Opening 2017 - Tax Forms to Grab Before You Sit Down

We're open and ready to help you file your taxes! Here's a cheat sheet of important info to have when you sit down to file.


Still Need More Time to File Your Taxes After July 15? Get a...

If Tax Day being July 15 makes you feel a bit panicked, a tax extension may be just what you need.


How Soon Can I File My Taxes?

Many taxpayers want to get their tax returns finished as early in the year as possible, and there's good reason.


Tax Forms to Expect from These 3 Common Sources

You know you'll be getting paperwork to file your taxes soon, but what exactly should you be on the lookout for?


Tax Savings Strategies for Military Personnel

Members of the United States Armed Forces have to file their taxes just like everyone else-almost exactly like everyone else, in fact.