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Watch Out For 2016 IRS Tax Scams

There have been reported incidents of swindlers using an IRS pitch as a 2016 IRS Tax scam. One such incident happened to Brett. He panicked after hearing a phone message that the IRS was about to investigate him. Brett is a 43 year old contractor from the County of Morrow. He wondered whether he had missed anything in regards to his Free Turbo Tax 2015 application. So he decided to make a call back and then his worry turned to anger. There are lots of scammers out there especially as the Taxes 2016 period gets near.

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TurboTax ItsDeductible Is Going Mobile

On December 3, 2013, Intuit Inc announced that its’ new TurboTax ItsDeductible app for iPhone had become available. This app is aimed at helping the estimated seventy-five percent of US citizens who donate to charity, convert their goodwill into sizable tax deductions. This app is free of charge and offered on the iPhone with iOS7 app store.

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The Turbo Tax online program itself is very popular. When combined with the portability and convenience of a mobile device, the TurboTax ItsDeductible app allows people to easily monitor their charitable donations. This app features valuations for over ten thousand commonly donated … Read more at 2009 Taxes

4 Scenarios Where You May Want Assistance with Your Taxes

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Let’s face it: taxation laws can be complicated. The average person has limited knowledge of things like mergers & acquisition, San Diego tax laws, management consulting, San Diego business formations and much, much more. Even if you have filed your own taxes before and have never sought assistance, there are some scenarios in life where you may want to find a consultant to help you transition and prepare your taxes accurately.

1) You’ve started your own business.

If you have recently started your own business, congratulations! This is a huge accomplishment that can reap big rewards. However, there are a … Read more at 2009 Taxes

5 Tax Write-offs for Freelancers

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2010 is officially over, and you know what that means–it’s almost time to prepare your taxes (cue groaning.) Tax preparation can be a daunting task, especially if you plan to do it yourself.  And for freelancers or self-employed individuals, there may be even more confusion.  Luckily, there is a lot of information available online today to help us all through the process.  Terms likes 1099s, Schedule SE, Schedule C, Schedule C-EZ, will be words you soon become familiar with, if you aren’t already.

Below are 5 great tax write-off opportunities for freelancers and the self-employed.  It’s important to be aware … Read more at 2009 Taxes

The Process of Minimizing Tax Returns

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The Process of Minimizing Tax Returns

Claiming an interest payment deduction would help you decrease your taxes. Those who are shouldering the burden of student loans would hardly want to add to the worries by requiring paying interest on the repayable amount to the government. Fortunately, it is possible in several cases to deduct the interest applicable on student loans. This is not a very difficult process provided that you fulfill the prerequisites for claiming the aforementioned deduction on your taxes.

The first step towards this would be to have the correct filing status, which, in this particular … Read more at 2009 Taxes

Help Me In My Tax Preparation

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Help Me In My Tax Preparation

Nothing can make you grind your teeth more than the thought of tax preparations. Fortunately, there are some people making a living out of this.

If thinking about preparing your taxes raises your anxiety level, then stop, you don’t have to worry. This tax preparation job can be easily outsourced to other people. These people are known as tax preparers who prepare and file tax returns throughout the year. It will be of help to know the different types of tax preparers available in the market.

The basic tax preparers work at … Read more at 2009 Taxes