Commonly overlooked tax deductions are easy to miss, but can be a nice help to your taxes. I share four of the more overlooked tax deductions not to miss.
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The books are closed on another year, but that doesn't mean that you can't start planning your taxes better for the year to come. In fact, you might be better off if you look ahead.
The IRS reports that the average tax refund for this season, so far, is a little more than $3,000. However, even though many taxpayers say that they plan to save their tax refund, this money actually gets spent, according to CNBC.
The IRS reports that around 60 percent of taxpayers turn to tax professionals when preparing and filing their returns. Here are 4 signs that your tax preparer might be shady.
Now that April 15 is fast approaching, you probably have a lot on your mind. One of the things probably not on your mind during tax time is identity theft. This makes sense in a lot of ways; after all, what kind of mischief can fraudsters make in terms of your tax return?
It makes sense to file early when you are expecting a refund (and it may make sense to file early to prevent tax return fraud, even if you don’t expect a refund), and you’ll get it faster with the combination of electronic filing and direct deposit.
The Saver’s Credit is a tax credit for something we should be doing anyways, saving for retirement.
Now that tax season is underway and you can file your taxes, it’s important to be on the alert for tax refund fraud. If you are due a tax refund, according to Yahoo! Finance, you might not get it if you don’t act fast.