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    Best Tax Software: TurboTax vs H&R Block vs TaxACT

    The holiday shopping season is over, and with the new year comes a new season: tax season. Taxes are either something you look forward to (refund time!) or something you dread (lots of paperwork!). Regardless, doing your taxes has never been ...

    What to do with Tax Refund: 10 Wise Money Moves

    Tax season is in full swing, and so are the payouts. The IRS estimates the average taxpayer this year will receive a refund of $2,600. If you'll be getting a check from the government soon, you'll have a choice to make: use it wisely or abuse it ...

    10 Unknown Tax Deductions

    No matter how many weeks and months we have to prepare ourselves, tax season always seems to sneak up on us. Before April 15 rolls around, though, make sure you are doing everything you can to hang on to all that money you have earned. To help ...

    Average Tax Refund May Surprise You

    The average taxpayer receives just over $2,700 in tax refunds each year. This is just about 5% of the median annual income in the U.S.
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    Death Infographic: Cheat Sheet to Consider Before Death

    By Kelly Teh - Tips for Family
    To help people begin the process of thinking about how they can leave their loved ones without a financial mess when they pass away, put together a helpful infographic with facts and tips about items folks need to address so ...

    End of Year Money Tips: 5 Things to Do Before the End

    By Lori D - Tips for Credit Check
    The year is winding down, so you have just a short time left to make up for any money-managing slacking you've done in 2013. Resolve to be better next year, and set yourself up for a strong financial well-being by taking these five steps before ...
    Do you plan to pay your entire tax bill in one payment?

    Survey: Tax Paying Statistics

    February 12, 2013 - By Charles Tran - News for Pay Taxes with Credit Card
    Although a number of third-party companies are now offering to let taxpayers settle their tax bills with credit cards instead of cash, a survey suggests that this is an idea whose time has not yet come.
    Will you mostly spend or save your tax refund?

    Survey: Tax Refund Statistics

    February 11, 2013 - By Naomi Mannino - News for Pay Taxes with Credit Card
    Survey says savings! This year, 56.1% of respondents to a survey said they are going to save their refund money instead of spending it on something a pair of really high-end sneakers.

    Is Credit Card Interest Tax Deductible?

    By Mike Foster - Tips for Business
    In one word: yes. In more than one word: yes, but only for business expenses.

    Paying Taxes with Credit Card

    Deals for Consumer
    Several third-party companies offer a way to pay your taxes with a credit card instead of cash, but should you? Most financial advisors say that it's never a good idea to pay with anything but cash; however, besides the convenience factor, a ...
    IRS Form 1040

    5 Ways to Save on Your Taxes

    By Abigail H - Tips
    They say the only two certain things in life are death and taxes. It's easy to get pessimistic about tax season, but planning ahead can make your tax bill lighter. With the right type of planning, you'll be able to save on your taxes this year.

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