If you got stuck on hold on the IRS tax help line…there’s still help.  President’s Day weekend is the busiest rush on IRS phones, and not everyone can get through to get the answers they need.  There is good news. IRS.gov is now offering tax tools online, so you get the answers you need when…

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File Free at IRS Free File If you just want to get your 2019 personal tax return filed, the IRS wants to make it easier to do.  At IRS free file if you earn less than $69,000 in 2019, you can log onto IRS.gov to choose your free file product.  You can find both federal…

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It’s a new year and that means it is tax season!  Ready?  If yes, great.  See you next time. If your tax documents are not organized, here are some tips that can help. Designate an easy to access place for all your 2019 tax documents.  Do not mix tax years, but do make sure the…

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Amidst all the holiday parties and get-togethers, take a few minutes to save yourself hassle in 2020.  Think you know you’re getting a tax refund when you file? Things that happen now might change what you think you will get.  You could even owe the government more money! Know what you owe. Certain financial transactions…

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Personaltaxprep.com asks: Have you filed for that personal tax extension?  Okay, are your taxes ready?  Then file them.  If your taxes are not ready, if your tax preparer needs anything, GET IT SUBMITTED To your tax preparer.  The October 15, 2019 deadline is around the corner and you are officially out of procrastination time. With…

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There is still time to get more out of your  deductions and contributions before the end of the  2019 tax year.  Parts of the 2017 reform did not take effect until this year, and, as most years, the contribution caps changed for 2019.  Here is what you should know about 2019 tax filing changes. The…

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