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Now that tax season is here, consumers are looking for a reliable, easy way to file their taxes. Why not use an online tax service? These services allow you to easily and safely file your taxes online from the convenience of your own home. And the best part is they can cost much less than…

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Taxpayers have both good news and bad news coming their way in 2018. First, the bad: Getting some refunds this year might take slightly longer than in prior years. So, what’s the silver lining? There may be less fraud than in the past, thanks to new strategies put into play by tax preparers, states and…

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Dec 22

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The 2016 tax filing season will open on January 19, the IRS said Monday. That’s the day the agency will start accepting 2015 federal tax returns — both those filed electronically and on paper. If you’re one of those hyper-early types and you’re working with a tax preparation firm or tax prep software, you can…

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The IRS has reported that more than 128 million tax returns were e-filed in 2015 so far (about 91% of tax returns filed this year thus far). The number of tax returns safely e-filed has continued to increase each year. The increasing trend among taxpayers to e-file is shown in the charts below. Self-Preparers or…

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Overall, 30 percent of Americans intend to pay down debt with their tax refund, 28 percent say they will save or invest it, and 26 percent have earmarked those funds for necessities such as food or utility bills. “I think it is a sign of how people feel about the economy and where we are…

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