The IRS will start accepting tax returns on January 31, 2014, and you need to start preparing, since you might be affected by the following changes:
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As you sort through your taxes for the 2013 filing season, and as you plan for the 2014 tax year, the tax preparation company Jackson-Hewitt suggests you keep these four things in mind:
Now that a new year is underway, it’s time to think about taxes. You can file your taxes starting January 31, 2014, and perhaps you should consider filing as early as possible.
When we talk about paying taxes, we often think about federal income taxes. We rarely think about state taxes. Your state wants its cut, too, so you need to prepare for it.
While there is no way to completely prevent identity theft, you can protect yourself and reduce the chances that you will be a victim. Here are 6 tips for helping to keep your identity safe: