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All You Need to Know About W2-Forms

All You Need to Know about W-2 Form

It’s finally January, the start of the filing season. At the end of the month every employee expects to receive W-2 from employers. As an employee, you must know that the information reported in your W-2 is important to prepare your tax returns. You must receive it on time and the information reported should be […]
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Expiring ITINS are Advised to Renew

Expiring ITINS are Advised to Renew before January 1, 2017

The Internal Revenue Service urged those with expiring Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) to apply for a renewal before tax filing season to avoid delays in refund processing. The ITINs are issued to taxpayers who are not eligible for a Social Security Number (SSN). Recent law amendment sets January 1, 2017 as the expiration date […]
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IRS: Some Tax Refunds are Delayed in 2017

IRS: Some Tax Refunds are Delayed in 2017

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers, as the holiday is approaching, that some refunds are going to be delayed until mid-February in 2017. Those who expect to claim Earned Income Tax Credit or Additional Child Tax Credit must expect their entire refund, even those not related to EITC and ACTC, until at least February 15. […]
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All About Tax Credits for Businesses and Individual Taxpayers

All About Tax Credits for Businesses and Individual Taxpayers

While Tax credits are generally purposed to encourage us to do certain activities that are good for the economy, they are essentially helpful for us, in every way. If you plan your purchases, you can score great savings with Tax credit, way better than deductions.   Why You shouldn’t Miss Tax Credits? Compared to deductions […]
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Good News to Taxpayers! Deductions Increase for Tax Year 2017

Good News to Taxpayers! Deductions Increase for Tax Year 2017

The IRS just announced the new tax rate tables for tax year 2017 and the annual inflation adjustments. Deductions for married filing jointly increases by $100. And for single single taxpayers, married individuals and heads of the family, the deduction is increased by $50. Filing Status Tax Deduction Married filing jointly $12,700 Single taxpayers & […]
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An Easy Guide to Tax Fraud

An Easy Guide to Tax Fraud

Federal investigators yearly chase citizens who try to limit tax obligation or evade paying tax debt completely. Businesses and individual taxpayers can all be legally penalized for such illegal act. This can lead to hefty fines or years of imprisonment. In this article, we discuss the details on tax fraud and evasion as well as […]
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15 Essential Tips for a Trouble Free Tax Preparation

15 Essential Tips for a Trouble-Free Tax Preparation

The current year is nearing its end. This means receiving W-2s and sending out 1099 forms. In short, it is Tax Filing season again. With such a daunting task to do, it is important to take necessary preparation and planning for a stress-free tax filing. According to the IRS, filers spend an average of 16 […]
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New 2015 Tax Season

New 2015 Tax Season

New 2015 Tax Season: On your mark, get set, GO! It’s time to file. Let eFiling Plus help you get set and go – Updates, Upgrades and Everything you need to make this tax season a breeze. We’ve made our site even more user-friendly, efficient and secure...
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US Tax Filing Horrors

U.S. Tax Filing Horrors that You’d Want to Avoid

…plus tips on what you can do to avoid those pitfalls What You Should Know About Tax Filing Filing for tax is every citizen’s duty. Anyone who is a US citizen or married to a US citizen, has personal income (wages, salary, tips, social security, properties…
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Income Tax Filing Guide

Income Tax Filing Guide for Small Business and Self-Employed

Understanding Your Tax Forms Tax forms can be overwhelming to anyone, and the two most commonly known and utilized forms are Form W2 and Form 1099-MISC. Although there are instance that the two are frequently interchanged since both serve as information returns, they still differ on…
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