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2014 Sales Tax Holiday – Tax Free Back To School Shopping

by Ryan Guina July 31, 2014

Summer may still be in full swing, but parents of school age children only have a few weeks remaining before the kids are heading back to class. While it may seem a tad premature to be thinking about back to school shopping when many still have summer vacation plans on the horizon, there are definite […]

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What Happens if You Miss the Tax Deadline?

by Ryan Guina April 14, 2014

Tax Day is right around the corner, and if you have already filed your taxes, that means you can relax – tax season is over until next year! But if you didn’t file your taxes or didn’t file a tax extension, then this article is for you! Let’s take a look at what happens if […]

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When Will I Get My Tax Refund?

by Ryan Guina January 31, 2014

If you file your taxes with the IRS EFile, or with an tax software program that files your taxes online for you, then you are in luck – you will generally receive your tax refund much more quickly than if you file your taxes by mail. The reason is that electronic tax returns are easier […]

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How to File Your Federal Taxes Online For Free

by Ryan Guina January 31, 2014

Tax season is open! If you still haven’t filed your taxes yet, you may be able to do so for free by using the tips in this article. I highly recommend using e-file when you file your taxes because your tax return is processed at least twice as quickly as a paper tax return. You […]

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Self-Employed? Don’t Forget to Pay Your State Taxes

by Miranda Marquit January 24, 2014

When I first started my freelancing business, I didn’t have a clue about taxes. I didn’t pay quarterly estimated taxes and was hit hard the first time I started making a reasonable amount of money. On top of that, I hadn’t even thought about my state taxes. The next year, I paid my federal taxes […]

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Estimated Taxes – Who, When, and How Much

by Ryan Guina January 10, 2014

Do you owe estimated taxes? The US tax system is a pay as you go system, which means you are supposed to pay taxes as you earn income. This isn’t a problem for many people because their employers withhold their taxes from their paycheck. But if you do not have enough money withheld from your […]

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Income Tax Deductions Ain’t What they Used to Be

by Kevin Mercadante August 12, 2013

In America, we love our tax deductions. We may despise the tax code, and find it anything but user-friendly – but don’t touch our cherished deductions. Much of that is born out of the history of the tax code. For decades, high marginal tax rates and generous deductions, affected the way we spent money and […]

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