Taxes

Woohoo, it’s tax season! Or maybe you’re just planning ahead for next year. Either way, we’ve got you covered. Find out which tax software can help you do your taxes at home and save you hundreds of dollars. We’ve got individual reviews of top tax competitors as well as small and large comparisons to help you get an idea of what each company has to offer.

Best Online Tax (2018 UPDATE): TaxSlayer vs TurboTax vs H&R Block vs TaxAct vs FreeTaxUSA, etc.

Tax papers, books and calculator: Best Online Tax Software Company

When tax season comes around each year there are those who always go with a name they know, those who go straight to an accountant and those who are willing to shop around. We will point out some strengths and weaknesses of each tax product company and also share our choices for the best of the best to help you decide which service best suits your needs…

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9 Reasons to Trust TurboTax To Do Your 2018 Taxes

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Let’s face it. Nearly everyone dreads tax season. Fortunately, TurboTax makes the experience as smooth as possible. Excellent features and the easy-to-use interface make TurboTax 2017 one of the industry leading software solutions and our number two pick for Best Online Tax Software. (To clarify, this software is updated for 2018 but is for the 2017 tax season.)…

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How to Choose the Best Tax Software (2018 Comparison Table)

Notebook, calcuator and receipts: Tax Software Comparison Table

This table is a companion resource to our article Tax Software Comparison that compares the most popular tax return software and services. Use it to help you make an informed decision when deciding on a tax return software. If you click on a company name in the header (or footer), you will be taken to a more in-depth review of that tax return software on the main article page…

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If You Get Audited by IRS, What Happens?

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Have you received the dreaded notice that you’re being audited by the Internal Revenue Service? Or worry that the big audit might strike you when you least expect it? If you get audited by the IRS, what happens? First, don’t panic. There are many reasons for an audit, and in 80% of all cases, this requirement only concerns a minor issue on your tax return. Still, we know it’s a stressful event, and we’re here to give you the information you need to get through the process as easily as possible…

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Affiliate Nexus Tax Laws: Will They Affect You?

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Legislation has been enacted in several states to tax the sale of affiliate products. The legislation, widely known as the Amazon Tax, or Affiliate Program Tax, or Sales and Use Tax, requires that an affiliate provider pay state sales tax on items sold by their affiliates, whether or not the directly operate in the state. Affiliate providers such as Amazon.com, instead of paying the sales tax, are terminating affiliate accounts in affected states, including those where the law is being considered. Read this article to find out how you can help prevent the law from going into effect in your state…

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