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Additional time to make refund claims for wrongful incarceration exclusion: File back-year claims by Dec. 17, 2018, at special address

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced that wrongfully incarcerated individuals have additional time to take advantage of the retroactive exclusion from income for any civil damages, restitution or other monetary award received in connection with their incarcerations. Under the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, a wrongfully incarcerated individual now has until Dec. 17, 2018, […]

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Ellen Sharp has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Special Assets

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

 Lexington, KY. – Central Bank Chairman, President and CEO, Luther Deaton, Jr., has announced the promotion of Ellen Sharp to senior vice president, Special Assets. Mrs. Sharp began her career…

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DST and tax-deductible donations can help save wildlife

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Don't hate losing an hour to Daylight Saving Time. The clock change, along with charitable donations, could save koalas and other wildlife. (Photo by Arnaud Gaillard via Wikipedia CC) How are y'all feeling after losing that hour of sleep last night, or rather early this morning? Me, not so good. I'm apparently among that group of folks who experience headaches when our circadian rhythms are affected by going in and out of Daylight Saving Time (DST). But at least it's not a heart attack, which some studies have shown increase a bit during the first three weekdays following clocks' springing...

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for Jan 2018

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for Jan 2018

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

  Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for January 2018 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of December 29, 2017 from US TREASURY will post between December 27, 2017 […]

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AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for September 2017

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for September 2017

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

  Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for September 2017 to your AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of September 1, 2017 from US TREASURY will post between August 28, 2017 […]

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All Central Bank locations will be closed on Monday, January 15th.

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, all Central Bank locations will be closed on Monday, January 15th.

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The Best Student Loans To Pay For Graduate School

by Robert Farrington @ The College Investor

We break down the best student loans and best ways to pay for graduate school - so you can know what your options are to make it affordable.

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IRS Refund Options - check, direct deposit to bank account or prepaid card

IRS Refund Options - check, direct deposit to bank account or prepaid card


eztaxreturn.com

Get your IRS refund by direct deposit to a bank account or prepaid card, get a paper check direct from IRS, pick-up your refund check at a location near you.

Taxpayers can now e-file returns including four tax benefits related to incentives for energy production and conservation

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

WASHINGTON –The Internal Revenue Service today said that it is ready to process tax year 2017 returns claiming four additional tax benefits recently renewed retroactively into law. The Bipartisan Budget Act, enacted on Feb. 9, renewed for tax year 2017 a wide range of individual and business tax benefits that had expired at the end […]

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Tax Time Guide: Taxpayers who owe taxes have multiple options

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers that there are several easy options to pay taxes electronically. For those unable to pay on time, the IRS offers a variety of ways to take care of a tax liability. This is the fifth in a series of nine IRS news releases called the Tax […]

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How Do I Check My State Tax Refund Status?

How Do I Check My State Tax Refund Status?


US Tax Center

A state by state guide on how to check your refund status.

IRS ending foreign account disclosure program in September

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Cover photo from 2017 report Offshore Shell Games by ITEP and PIRG Offshore tax havens. The phrase immediate conjures up images of dubious financial guys who've traded in their high-powered jobs and three-piece suits for floral print shirts and umbrella-shaded drinks on a tropical beach, all funded by cash they stashed in island-based accounts, hidden from the U.S. tax collector. Sometimes that's true. Everyone knows by now of the scrutiny given to Cayman Island banks, as well as the hidden accounts revealed by the Panama Papers. But offshore in Internal Revenue Service parlance means any location outside United States boundaries....

Child Tax Credit after Tax Reform 2017

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

Child Tax Credit after Tax Reform 2017 We recently had some Tax Reform in 2017. We want to explain exactly how it will impact your Child Tax Credit. This is very complicated and we will do our best to simplify it, but explaining it in a few sentences is impossible. Under tax reform, the Child Tax Credit may be worth as much as $2,000 per qualifying child depending upon your income – that’s twice as much as before. A qualifying child for this credit must meet all of the following criteria: The child must be under age 17 – age 16

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Six tax filing myths debunked

Six tax filing myths debunked


WGNO

Don't believe everything you hear about taxes. Your friendly, neighborhood Internal Revenue Service has recently identified and debunked six common myths about tax filing.1.) Every Tax Refund is Delayed – According to the IRS, 90% of tax refunds are issued in less than 21 days. Choosing to e-file and receive your refund by direct deposit is the safest and fastest way to get your refund. If your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) for 2017 was $66,000 or less, you can e-file for free using IRS Free File.

23 Companies That Will Send You Free Stickers

by Laurie Blank @ Well Kept Wallet

You might be surprised to learn that all kinds of companies send free stickers to kids and adults. I’m guessing it has a lot to do with promoting their businesses, but either way the result is free stickers for anyone willing to contact  companies and ask for them. Each company has different requirements for obtaining […]

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Experian IdentityWorksSM Review: [FREE TRIAL] ID Theft Protection Plus Credit Reporting

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

**This article contains sponsored advertising content. About IdentityWorksSM In 2016 alone, more than 15.4 million consumers in the United States were victims of identity theft with more than 16 billion dollars stolen. With online shopping and credit card usage skyrocketing, it is not surprising that identity theft hit an all time high in 2016. Recognizing […]

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27 Best Survey Apps That Pay

by Josh Patoka @ Well Kept Wallet

What’s one of the easiest ways to make money from your phone? Online surveys. Dozens of sites offer paid surveys that pay you in cash or gift cards, and many other online stores ask your opinion about your shopping experience in exchange for a sweepstakes entry. Using the best survey apps ensure you get paid […]

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How to retrieve your IRS Identity Protection PIN

by Nicolas Pagnotta @ E-File Group – Professional Tax Services & Software

Last year was a difficult one for the IRS with respect to security issues, and the agency is determined to improve security during this year’s filing. Electronic filing is particularly vulnerable because of the speed of the process — it is a favorite method among thieves who steal information from taxpayers and file fraudulent tax…

Why Bitcoin's Likely 'Death Cross' May Be a Damp Squib – CoinDesk

by admin @ Best of 2016

Bitcoin risks entering a technical “death cross” soon, but the bearish signal will likely not be as severe as has been made out in reports. A death cross occurs when the 50-day moving average (MA) cuts the 200-day MA from above (bearish crossover), indicating a long-term bear market going forward. As seen on the bitcoin ... Read more

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IRS Letter 1025 – Incomplete Appeal Request

by Elyce Harmon @ Tax Information Center

Additional information is needed to forward your case to the Office of Appeals. Type of notice: Return accuracy Possible next step: Address an IRS audit Also see: IRS penalties, IRS bill for unpaid taxes Why you received IRS Letter 1025 You filed a tax return that the IRS selected for an audit. You disagreed with […]

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Compare Tax Services and Gain Tax-Time Confidence

by Susan Fish @ Tax Information Center

Choosing a company to help you with your taxes can be a big decision. After all, at tax time, you want to know that your taxes are being done right and feel confident you’re getting the most money back possible. If you’re comparing tax services or switching, be sure to consider these factors so you […]

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How to Listen to Audiobooks for Free: 9 Tips and Hacks

by Claire Tak @ Well Kept Wallet

Listening is so much easier than reading, and this is why I love audiobooks. I don’t exaggerate when I say I love audiobooks — I sometimes consuming a book a week. Podcasts were my gateway to audiobooks. From NPR’s This American Life to The New York Times’ Modern Love, I listened to the point where […]

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How Low IRS Audit Rate Could Actually Hurt You

by Nicolas Pagnotta @ E-File Group – Professional Tax Services & Software

The IRS has confirmed that tax audits are way down, caused by budget cuts and fewer IRS personnel. In fact, the number of audits dropped 16% just from the previous year, and that was the sixth year in a row for fewer audits. The chances of audit have always been low, but they have gotten even lower, considerably…

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for July 2017

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for July 2017

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

  Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for July 2017 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of June 30, 2017 from US TREASURY will post between June 26, 2017 and […]

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Amy Roberts joins Central Bank as VP, Retail Banking Officer in Northern Kentucky

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

Florence, KY. – Central Bank Market President, Jim Uebel, has announced that Amy Roberts has joined Central Bank as Vice President, Retail Banking Officer in Northern Kentucky. Mrs. Roberts brings…

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2017 Annual Report – Downloadable PDF

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

2017 Annual Report – Downloadable PDF

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When and How to Claim Tips on Your Tax Return

by The Handy Tax Guy @ The Handy Tax Guy

How to claim tips on your tax return Did you know that all tips received are income and subject to federal income tax? This includes tips: Received directly Charged tips paid by employer Shared tips received under a tip splitting or tip pooling arrangement The value of non-cash tips, such as tickets, passes, or other […]

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2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Where's My Refund?

2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Where's My Refund?


CPA Practice Advisor

How quickly a taxpayer receives a refund also depends on when they file and whether they have requested a direct deposit of their refund, or a paper check. This is because during some time frames there is increased traffic, with more filers getting ...

How to Pay off Debt Without Hurting Your Credit

by Laurie Blank @ Well Kept Wallet

The thought of paying off your debt sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? No more monthly payments, credit card bills in the mail, or those pesky “Minimum Payment Due” reminders on your phone. Hundreds of extra dollars every month to put toward more exciting financial goals. Paying off consumer and other debt is something we recommend strongly […]

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Sharding Is Already Ushering in Radical New Ethereum Designs – CoinDesk

by admin @ Best of 2016

So-called “sharding” may still be theoretical, but the promising implications of the concept are becoming more and more real. At least that’s the case on ethereum, where developers are beginning to see the scaling solution, which would essentially split the blockchain into parts that would run on different servers, as an opportunity to test fundamental assumptions ... Read more

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Things to Remember when Considering Early Withdrawals from Retirement Plans

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

Many taxpayers may need to take out money early from their Individual Retirement Account or retirement plan. Doing so, however, can trigger an additional tax on early withdrawals. They would owe this tax on top of other income tax they may have to pay. Here are a few key points to know: Early withdrawals. An […]

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Buying a House will Slow Down Your Path to Financial Independence (But You Should Do it Anyway)

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

TLDR: buying a house isn’t the best way to build wealth – the stock market is better – but buying a home is still a great idea if you do it right. Buying a House is Still Part of Our “American Dream” Despite the buzz about renting being the new hottie, buying a home is […]

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Top 12 Things You Must Know About the New Tax Laws

by The Handy Tax Guy @ The Handy Tax Guy

The changes to the new tax law may have you left with many unanswered questions. Below are the top 12 things you should know regarding the recent tax reform. 1 – We still have seven tax brackets for individuals, but the tax rates have changed. You’ll notice that the rates for some of these brackets […]

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AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for March 2018

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for March 2018

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for March 2018 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of March 1, 2018 from US TREASURY will post between February 26, 2018 and […]

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Can I Claim Medical Expenses on My Taxes? What Can I Claim?

by H&R Block @ Tax Information Center

If you’re itemizing deductions, the IRS generally allows you a medical expenses deduction if you have unreimbursed expenses that are more than 7.5% of your adjusted gross income for tax years 2017 or 2018. You can deduct the cost of care from several types of practitioners at various stages of care. Keep in mind, due […]

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The IRS just announced the official First Day to File your Taxes in 2018

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

The IRS just announced the official First Day to File your Taxes in 2018 Find out when the IRS will begin accepting 2017 tax returns. Official First day to File your Taxes in 2018 announced. January 29th, 2018 is the first day that the IRS will accept 2017 tax returns. This is the official first day to file your taxes in 2018. This is eight days later than 2016 Tax Returns were accepted in 2017. We have updated our 2018 Refund Schedule to reflect this. This is the official 2017 tax season start date. Find out the First Day to File Income Taxes

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Chase Business Checking Account Review – and $200 Sign Up Bonus!

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

Chase Bank is one of the largest banks in the US, with the second highest number of physical branches. This makes them well-positioned to offer a Business Checking product that can meet the needs of just about any size business. In this Chase Business Checking review, we take a deep look at what Chase Bank ... Read More about Chase Business Checking Account Review – and $200 Sign Up Bonus!

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Taxpayers Beware of New Twist on the Refund Scam

Taxpayers Beware of New Twist on the Refund Scam


WHNT.com

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning tax preparers of a new twist on an old scam. Just hours after the IRS began expecting tax returns on January 29, erroneous refunds were being deposited into tax preparers’ bank accounts. The IRS believes that scammers were able to infiltrate the computers in tax preparers’ offices to complete return data on thousands of consumers. The scammers are using stolen data – including Social Security numbers, dependents information and bank account information – to file refund claims on behalf of the victimized taxpayers.

Eastern Theatre Presents ‘Awakenings: Youth and Chitra

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

News from Eastern Connecticut State University For more information contact: Edward Osborn; (860) 465-5043, osborne@easternct.edu Eastern Theatre Presents ‘Awakenings: Youth and Chitra’ WILLIMANTIC, CT (03/19/2018) The Theatre Program at Eastern Connecticut State University will present its first Main Stage production of the spring 2018 semester from April 5-8 with “Awakenings: ‘Youth’ by Thornton Wilder and […]

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Gema Sieh teaches Spanish speaking students English – Wins $319

Gema Sieh teaches Spanish speaking students English – Wins $319

by Ben Smith @ WHNT.com

LINCOLN COUNTY, Tenn. – Gema Sieh is a teacher at Highland Rim in Lincoln County, Tenn. Principal Billy Owens spells out exactly what Sieh does, “She teaches students that English is their second language. Their home language is Spanish.” Owens calls Sieh one of a kind. “She is a very unique individual. One of the first people I heard about when I got to Highland Rim, which was in July, was Mrs. Sieh.” He goes on to explain, “She speaks […]

BillFixers Review: Why You Should Let Them Negotiate Your Bills

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

Editor's note: PT here. I'm happily paying BillFixers $27 a month ($324 in total) for the next year. Why? Because they saved me a total of $648 on my Internet service with AT&T! To see how BillFixers could work for you, check out our full review below… Bills, bills, bills! They can seem never-ending. From […]

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20 Facts About Filing an Amended Prior Year Tax Return

by admin @ PriorTax Blog

Did you take the wrong step with your tax return? Don’t be too hard on yourself. Mistakes happen. If you filed your tax return with incorrect or missing information, the IRS will give you a chance to fix your mishap. Before insisting you 100% need to amend your return, though, take a look at our […]

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TurboTax Live Review: File Your 2017 Taxes at Home with Expert Help

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

This post is brought to you by TurboTax. While this is a sponsored post, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. I have a long history with TurboTax. They were the program I used back when I was filing taxes as a single graduate student in 2006, and they helped me throughout the […]

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IRS answers common early tax season refund questions and addresses surrounding myths

IRS answers common early tax season refund questions and addresses surrounding myths


Arizona Daily Sun

PHOENIX — As millions of people begin filing their tax returns, the Internal Revenue Service reminded taxpayers about some basic tips to keep in mind about their refunds.

IRS Where’s My Refund Updated 2018

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

IRS have finally updated their Where’s My Refund tool. They will be unloading millions of dollars over the next few days to taxpayers. We have received news that the IRS updated their Where’s My Refund webpage last night at 12 A.M. last night. Update 1/25/2018: The IRS just set the first tax refund payout date, Jan. 29th, 2018. We have adjusted our 2018 Refund Schedule to reflect this. Update 1/24/2018: We have had many reports of individuals getting the “We have received your tax return and it is bring processed.” message today. It goes on to say “If you filed

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Common Tax Credits and Tax Deductions – How to Qualify for and Claim Your Eligible Tax Deductions

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

Thank you H&R Block for sponsoring this post. While this was a sponsored opportunity from H&R Block, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. Note: all tax information refers to the 2017 tax season and is accurate at the time of publication. The American Tax system is complicated. But sometimes the aspects that ... Read More about Common Tax Credits and Tax Deductions – How to Qualify for and Claim Your Eligible Tax Deductions

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RAPIDS Appointment Scheduler User Guide – Schedule Your Military ID Card Appointment Online

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Getting a new military ID card can be a simple process if you’re on active duty. You can usually just go to your base personnel office or Pass & ID center during office hours, sign up on the waiting list, and get a new card issued within the hour. But you may need to schedule [...]

When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 2017 Tax Year Refund Schedule (2018 Tax Season)

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

The first day to file your 2017 taxes is January 29, 2018. The IRS reports that 9 out of 10 taxpayers who filed electronically in 2017 received their tax refunds within 21 days. Some taxpayers receive their refund in as little as 8 days, and most receive it within 10-14 days. The IRS no longer ... Read More about When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 2017 Tax Year Refund Schedule (2018 Tax Season)

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2018 Federal Income Tax Refund Schedule - IRS Tax Day is April 17, 2018

2018 Federal Income Tax Refund Schedule - IRS Tax Day is April 17, 2018


CPA Practice Advisor

But every year it seems like the income tax refund schedule is changed. In 2017, for example, returns with the earned income tax credit (EITC) or additional child tax credit (ACTC) were delayed by the IRS in order to deter fraud. For the 2018 income tax...

IRS Refund Schedule | H&R Block

IRS Refund Schedule | H&R Block


Tax Information Center

Let H&R Block help you determine when your tax return will be deposited into your bank account based on the IRS refund schedule.

How Long Can the IRS Delay My Tax Refund Payment?

How Long Can the IRS Delay My Tax Refund Payment?


NV Firm

If you have past IRS debts or back taxes, the IRS may delay your payment. Here are the steps you can take to get your refund payment on time.

IRS warns against frivolous tax arguments; Part of ‘Dirty Dozen’ scams list

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today continued releasing the 2018 list of “Dirty Dozen” tax scams with a warning to taxpayers about using frivolous tax arguments to avoid paying taxes. Promoters of frivolous schemes encourage taxpayers to make unreasonable and outlandish legal claims to avoid paying their taxes. Time and again, these arguments have […]

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IRS reminds retirees of April 1 deadline to take required retirement plan distributions

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers who turned age 70½ during 2017 that, in most cases, they must start receiving required minimum distributions (RMDs) from Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and workplace retirement plans by Sunday, April 1, 2018. The April 1 deadline applies to all employer-sponsored retirement plans, including profit-sharing plans, 401(k) […]

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When Not to File an Amended Return

by Elyce Harmon @ Tax Information Center

Lots of people make this mistake every year. Filing an amended return when you shouldn’t can confuse the IRS and make your situation even more complicated. Here are the most common situations when you should NOT file an amended return – and exactly what to do instead. 1. You got an IRS CP2000 notice (also […]

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FAQs: Tax Preparation

FAQs: Tax Preparation


Bank of America

Find answers to your frequently asked questions about tax preparation with Bank of America FAQs.

Taxpayers now can file for 4 renewed energy tax credits

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Energy-efficient skylights installed in 2017 could provide homeowners some savings thanks to a recently renewed tax credit. Congress slipped some expired tax breaks into the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 enacted back in February. That was good news for taxpayers who can claim these tax breaks, but it set off a mad scramble within the Internal Revenue Service. Playing processing catch-up: Uncle Sam's tax agency had to dig out and update the appropriate forms and then re-set its processing systems to handle them. And all this had to be done while the 2018 tax-filing season was already underway. The IRS...

Best Rules for Claiming a Dependent on Your Tax Return

by The Handy Tax Guy @ The Handy Tax Guy

Can I claim my child as a dependent? There are 5 tests that must be met for a child to be considered your qualifying child. Relationship Age Residency Support Joint Return Relationship Test To meet this test, a child must be your: Son, daughter, foster child, step-child, or descendant of any of them. Brother, sister, […]

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Minimum internet speeds for YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, Sling TV and other live TV streaming services

Minimum internet speeds for YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, Sling TV and other live TV streaming services

by Mike Timmermann @ clark.com

If you're thinking about canceling cable or satellite TV to sign up for an affordable live TV streaming service, make sure that your internet connection can handle it.

Should a funeral director remit Use Tax on every item for which the director does not pay Sales Tax, regardless of whether the item is used during a funeral service?

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Should a funeral director remit Use Tax on every item for which the director does not pay Sales Tax, regardless of whether the item is used during a funeral service?

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for November 2017

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for November 2017

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

  Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for November 2017 to your AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of November 1, 2017 from US TREASURY will post between October 27, 2017 […]

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All Central Bank locations will be closed on Monday, February 19th

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

All Central Bank locations will be closed on Monday, February 19th in observance of President’s Day.

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Can an out-of-state vendor collect Pennsylvania Sales Tax when the funeral director purchases an item for use in a funeral service?

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Can an out-of-state vendor collect Pennsylvania Sales Tax when the funeral director purchases an item for use in a funeral service?

How to Track Your Net Worth [+ My Net Worth]

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

You're probably reading this site because you want to see your financial life improve? Maybe move toward financial independence? Good on you, my friend! A great way to get better at something is to start tracking it. Let's talk about measuring and tracking your net worth. Simply put, your personal net worth is equal to […]

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Instant Tax Refund: Pros and Cons.

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

Instant Tax Refund: Pros and Cons. Is an Instant Tax Refund worth it? Find out our opinion. We have had this question many times. Where can I get an “Instant Tax Refund?” or Is an Instant Tax Refund worth it? Here is our pros and cons. To answer this question, first we must explain exactly what an Instant Tax Refund is. An Instant Tax Refund is basically a loan from your tax preparation company. It typically comes with a rather large fee usually percentage based. Instant Tax Refund Pros: Instant Money. You get money back usually the day you file

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2018 Holiday Schedule

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

2018 Holiday Schedule Monday, January 1st – New Year’s Day Monday, January 15th – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, February 19th – President’s Day Monday, May 28th – Memorial…

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How Long Will it Take To Get My Tax Refund? | PT Money

How Long Will it Take To Get My Tax Refund? | PT Money


PT Money

Find the answer to exactly how long it takes to get a tax refund back from the IRS. Knowing how long a refund takes will help you plan your finances.

IRS comienza a recibir solicitudes de renovación de ITINs que vencen a fines de 2017

by DANIEL YEAGER @ E-File Group – Professional Tax Services & Software

NO PERMITAN QUE SUS REMBOLSOS DE IMPUESTOS SUFRAN RETRASO  WASHINGTON – El Servicio de Impuesto Internos, IRS, ya comenzó a recibir solicitudes de renovación para aquellos Números de Identificación Personal del Contribuyente, ITINs por sus siglas en inglés, programados para expirar a fines de este año. La agencia urge a los contribuyentes afectados por los…

How to get a copy of the data Facebook has on you

How to get a copy of the data Facebook has on you

by Jessica Grotjahn @ WHNT.com

With every like, share and search, Facebook users have been creating a social network version of themselves, and the tech giant has been recording every detail. For those interested in finding out just what personal data Facebook has been storing, there’s an easy way to find out: First, you must be on the desktop version of Facebook. Click on the “gear” in the upper-right hand corner of the screen. This opens a drop-down menu. At the bottom of the menu, click […]

Should a crematory that sells urns to funeral directors collect Sales Tax from the funeral director?

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Should a crematory that sells urns to funeral directors collect Sales Tax from the funeral director?

How Long Does It Take to Resolve Tax Problems?

by Elyce Harmon @ Tax Information Center

The short answer is, it varies. It depends on the type of issue and the complexity If you owe taxes, you can set up a simple payment plan online in an hour. But if you have a multi-year IRS audit, you could be looking at dealing with that issue for over a year. Click an […]

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When To Expect My Tax Refund? The 2017-2018 Refund Calendar

When To Expect My Tax Refund? The 2017-2018 Refund Calendar


The College Investor

A chart and schedule that shows you when you can expect your tax refund this year. Also, how to check the status of your tax refund and help with error codes.

Snowbound businesses get more time to file tax extensions

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Winter will just not let go this year. The Northeast has been pummeled by three northeasters in 11 days. The consecutive blizzards make everything difficult, including doing taxes. That's why the Internal Revenue Service is giving businesses affected by the storms some extra time. Business returns are due Thursday, March 15. If, however, those filers cannot get their tax year 2017 taxes done by then, the IRS says they can request an automatic extension by filing Form 7004, on or before Tuesday, March 20. Form 7004, available on IRS.gov, provides a six-month extension to complete the Forms 1065 and 1065-B...

Uncovering Hidden Tax Deductions

by Susan Fish @ Tax Information Center

When you file your taxes, you know accuracy is critical. However, there are lots of ways to complete a tax return and while your return may be accurate, it doesn’t mean that you’ve taken advantage of every deduction available to you. Uncovering hidden tax deductions and knowing which tax tips apply to you is a […]

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Danske Bank Rules Out Crypto Trading But Won't Block Credit Cards – CoinDesk

by admin @ Best of 2016

The biggest bank in Denmark, Danske Bank, has released a report criticising cryptocurrencies over perceived risks and lack of transparency. In the document released on Sunday, the bank provided three primary reasons why it is overall “negative” towards cryptocurrencies, despite the growing attention they have received from among consumers and investors. Since cryptocurrencies do not come ... Read more

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How to qualify for the Child Tax Credit?

by Divya Hansraj @ PriorTax Blog

Oh, the joys of having children! Today, it is difficult for parenthood to have its rewards. Children want us to buy them the most expensive toys and clothing and that spending can sometimes feel fruitless. As with struggling to finish a marathon, we strive, hoping there will be a light at the end of the […]

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The Right to Finality — Taxpayer Bill of Rights #6

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

Taxpayers who are interacting with the IRS have the right to finality. This right comes into play for taxpayers who are going through an audit. These taxpayers have the right to know when the IRS has finished the audit. This is one of ten basic rights — known collectively as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights […]

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Trump Tax Plan 2018

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

Trump Tax Plan 2018 We have the full breakdown of all the current tax regulations going on for 2018. See below for the full Trump Tax Plan 2018. On November 16, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives passed its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. That same day, the Senate Finance Committee approved its version. On November 21, the Senate Budget Committee also passed the bill. That allows the full Senate to vote on the modified bill by December 1. Both plans are based on the Trump administration’s plan presented on September 27, 2017. The Senate plan cuts the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent, but not until

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False income, offshore shelters and frivolous tax arguments wrap up IRS' 2018 Dirty Dozen tax scams

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

There are so many tax scams out there that it takes more than one post to cover them. Three posts, to be precise. This is Part 3 of the Internal Revenue Service's 2018 list of the Dirty Dozen Tax Scams. Your promised tax savings can be quickly washed away if you put your money into an abusive offshore tax shelter. This is it, a look at the final group of scams that crooks are using again this tax year to try to take our money. The final four schemes in this post, numbers 9 through 12, are like those in...

8 Ways to Make Money with Your Android Phone

by Laurie Blank @ Well Kept Wallet

Did you know there are legit ways you can make money from your Android phone? There are several apps available that exist solely for the purpose of helping you make money in your spare time. Some of these apps can help you make money with your phone in as little as a few minutes, meaning […]

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Security Summit urges tax pros to protect their identification numbers: EFINs, PTINs and CAF numbers

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

How to Maintain, Monitor and Protect Your EFIN — English WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry today urged tax practitioners to maintain and monitor their Electronic Filing Identification Numbers (EFINs) and Centralized Authorization File (CAF) numbers to help safeguard taxpayer data. Cybercriminals sometimes post stolen EFINs, PTINs and […]

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Calculate Your Prior Year Tax Refunds with Tax Calculators

by Michelle O'Brien @ PriorTax Blog

The IRS has never been keen on surprises. Know what to expect. Whether you’re slightly behind on your taxes or up to date and ready to conquer tax season 2017, it’s nice to have a starting point. Taxes are intimidating if you go into it not knowing whether you owe the IRS or can expect […]

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Snowbound businesses get more time to file tax extensions

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Winter will just not let go this year. The Northeast has been pummeled by three northeasters in 11 days. The consecutive blizzards make everything difficult, including doing taxes. That's why the Internal Revenue Service is giving businesses affected by the storms some extra time. Business returns are due Thursday, March 15. If, however, those filers cannot get their tax year 2017 taxes done by then, the IRS says they can request an automatic extension by filing Form 7004, on or before Tuesday, March 20. Form 7004, available on IRS.gov, provides a six-month extension to complete the Forms 1065 and 1065-B...

Howard Stern is off the hook in phone tax privacy lawsuit

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Shock jock Howard Stern's candid conversations with guests are one of his show's more popular features. Folks who talk to Stern, including the current Oval Office resident, willingly reveal TMI. One on-air exchange, however, resulted in inadvertent revelation of some of a Massachusetts woman's personal tax information and a subsequent lawsuit against Stern and Uncle Sam. As I noted back in May 2015, she was discussing her overdue tax bill with an Internal Revenue Service agent who had, on another line, called into Stern's satellite radio show. When Stern went live with the tax collector's on-hold call, the IRS agent's...

Got a refund? Owe the IRS? Time for a Paycheck Checkup!

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Internal Revenue Service filing data complete through March 16 shows that it has issued almost $183 million in tax refunds to around 62 million taxpayers. Many of those folks now getting refunds planned on the tax-back money. They used paycheck over-withholding as a forced savings account. These are the types of taxpayers the IRS is hoping to reach as part of Paycheck Checkup Week, which kicked off on Monday, March 26. Over the next few days, the IRS is making a special effort to get people to take another look at their payroll withholding. Such reexamination is especially important now...

28 Best Apps to Sell Your Stuff Locally and Online

by Josh Patoka @ Well Kept Wallet

Do you want to sell something locally, so all your profit isn’t lost to shipping costs? Now you can use an app to sell nearly anything you own locally. There are also apps that make it easy and painless to sell smaller items online. Give these apps a try the next time you have an […]

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How to Claim Your Dependent Relative

by The Handy Tax Guy @ The Handy Tax Guy

Can I claim my relative as a dependent? There are four tests that must be met before you can claim a person as your relative. Did Not Qualify as a Child Test Member of Your Household or Relationship Test Gross Income Test Support Test Note: There is no age requirement to qualify someone as a […]

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April 17th, 2018 is the Last Day to Claim your 2014 Refund!

by Manisha Hansraj @ PriorTax Blog

Don’t delay your 2014 refund. Your 2014 refund is waiting for you. Luckily, the IRS allows you to claim your refund due to their convenient Statute of Limitations. However, you have three years from the original tax deadline date to claim your tax refund. With that in mind, if you wait three years after the […]

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AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for October 2017

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for October 2017

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

  Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for October 2017 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of September 29, 2017 from US TREASURY will post between September 25, 2017 […]

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Important Tax Law Changes You Need to Know [ Updated for 2018]

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

Getting psyched to do your taxes? I suppose if you're expecting a refund you might be. Or if you're kind of a tax nerd like me, you might take some pleasure in breaking down the tables and watching the software do its thing. Or you might be interested to see how the recent Tax Cuts […]

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How can a funeral director let a vendor know that the funeral director should not pay Sales Tax on an urn that will be interred?

by @ RNT OpenSearch RSS

How can a funeral director let a vendor know that the funeral director should not pay Sales Tax on an urn that will be interred?

IRS Statement on 2018 Filing Season Start Date

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

IRS Statement on 2018 Filing Season Start Date The IRS have released a statement regarding the first official day to file taxes in 2018. The IRS Statement on 2018 Filing Season Start Date is basically that there is still no official date. Due to all of the current legislature going on regarding tax laws, there is no official start date for 2017 Tax Season. The IRS has not yet announced a date that it will begin accepting individual tax returns for the 2018 tax filing season. At the present time, the IRS is continuing to update its programming and processing

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Addition of three new Advisory Board Members for the bank’s Northern Kentucky Market

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

Florence, KY – Central Bank Market President, Jim Uebel, has announced the addition of three new Advisory Board Members for the bank’s Northern Kentucky market. Adam Bortz, Wayne Carlisle and…

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Top Four Reasons to File an Amended Return

by Elyce Harmon @ Tax Information Center

Here are the Top 4 reasons to file an amended return (Form 1040X). 1. Correct an error or omission to your income. If you find out after you file that you left income off your return (from Form W-2 or 1099, for example), or you got a corrected information statement with different income or withholding […]

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If a funeral director pays Sales Tax or remits Use Tax on an urn that is subsequently interred, can the funeral director apply for a credit or refund?

by @ RNT OpenSearch RSS

If a funeral director pays Sales Tax or remits Use Tax on an urn that is subsequently interred, can the funeral director apply for a credit or refund?

IRS Warns of New Tax Refund Scam

IRS Warns of New Tax Refund Scam


NBC Connecticut

Scams are a common occurrence during tax season, but authorities are warning of a new one so brazen, even veteran tax professionals are baffled.

Got a refund? Owe the IRS? Time for a Paycheck Checkup!

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Internal Revenue Service filing data complete through March 16 shows that it has issued almost $183 million in tax refunds to around 62 million taxpayers. Many of those folks now getting refunds planned on the tax-back money. They used paycheck over-withholding as a forced savings account. These are the types of taxpayers the IRS is hoping to reach as part of Paycheck Checkup Week, which kicked off on Monday, March 26. Over the next few days, the IRS is making a special effort to get people to take another look at their payroll withholding. Such reexamination is especially important now...

Small Businesses and Check Fraud

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

Small Businesses and Check Fraud by Matt Ratliff, Retail Sales Executive At Central Bank, we pride ourselves on our customer service. We can say with sincerity that our customers are…

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Taxpayers now can file for 4 renewed energy tax credits

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Energy-efficient skylights installed in 2017 could provide homeowners some savings thanks to a recently renewed tax credit. Congress slipped some expired tax breaks into the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 enacted back in February. That was good news for taxpayers who can claim these tax breaks, but it set off a mad scramble within the Internal Revenue Service. Playing processing catch-up: Uncle Sam's tax agency had to dig out and update the appropriate forms and then re-set its processing systems to handle them. And all this had to be done while the 2018 tax-filing season was already underway. The IRS...

Why Bitcoin's 'Death Cross' May Become a Bear Trap – CoinDesk

by admin @ Best of 2016

Bitcoin risks entering a technical “death cross” soon, but the bearish signal will likely not be as severe as has been made out in reports. A death cross occurs when the 50-day moving average (MA) cuts the 200-day MA from above (bearish crossover), indicating a long-term bear market going forward. As seen on the bitcoin ... Read more

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Central Bank Offers Tips for Avoiding Online Dating Scams

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

Lexington, KY – Social media networks and dating websites have become increasingly popular tools for meeting and communicating. Unfortunately, fraudsters have capitalized on this trend and often create fake profiles…

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IRS 2018‘Dirty Dozen’ tax scams: Abusive tax shelters make the list

by Windham Chamber @ Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

IR-2018-62, March 19, 2018 WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today warned taxpayers to be wary of abusive tax shelters, which remain on the “Dirty Dozen” tax scams. These sophisticated schemes, particularly those involving micro-captive insurance shelters, can be peddled by promoters and others to avoid taxes. The annually compiled “Dirty Dozen” list describes a […]

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What Is Head of Household and Who Can Claim It?

by Lynn Ebel @ Tax Information Center

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on January 29, 2014.  Head of household is a filing status for single or unmarried taxpayers who have maintained a home for a qualifying person, such as a child or relative. This filing status provides a larger standard deduction and more generous tax rates for calculating federal income […]

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When Can I Expect My Tax Refund? The IRS refund schedule for 2018

by Michael Leonard @ Well Kept Wallet

As soon as you hit the submit button on your taxes do you instantly start wondering “when can I expect my tax refund?” The majority of people hate doing taxes. They are complicated, time-consuming, expensive, and sometimes you might even owe more money to the IRS. Sound familiar? This year I was able to get […]

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What Is a Taxpayer Advocate and Should You Contact One?

by Robert Farrington @ The College Investor

Are you having problems with the IRS? You may want to consider contacting a taxpayer advocate. They can speak to the IRS for you and help resolve tax problems.

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Refinancing Your Student Loans with Advantage Education Loan

Refinancing Your Student Loans with Advantage Education Loan

by Robert Farrington @ The College Investor

Refinancing your student loans is a great way to lower your interest rates. But how do you find fair terms? Take a look at Advantage Education Loan.

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Can You Opt Out Of Big IRS Offshore Penalties?

by Nicolas Pagnotta @ E-File Group – Professional Tax Services & Software

Undisclosed foreign accounts or income can trigger significant civil penalties. They can even carry potential criminal penalties. Since 2009, many U.S. persons with foreign accounts and income have come within the IRS’s enormous offshore enforcement efforts. Not everyone has entered the IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP). Still, it can be the safest move, and the only…

When Can I Expect My Tax Refund? The 2018 IRS refund schedule

When Can I Expect My Tax Refund? The 2018 IRS refund schedule


Well Kept Wallet

Here's exactly when you can expect to get your refund money back from the IRS this year!

No Identity Pins have been mailed out yet by the IRS.

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

Are you waiting on your identity pin? The IRS have yet to mail out Identity Pins for 2017 Tax Returns. We will update this post once identity pins are mailed out and we have validated posts from our Facebook/Twitter followers.

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The 4 Big Reasons Why We’re Fixing Our Finances and Pursuing Financial Independence

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

In the marketing industry people often talk about selling the benefits (“hey, look how this thing can change your life”) vs the features (“hey, look at this thing with all the bells and whistles – here’s how to use it”). I’ve always been more of a features guy myself. I want to know the steps […]

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Student Loans And Budgeting: How To Get Ahead

by Robert Farrington @ The College Investor

When it comes to student loans and budgeting, it can be hard to figure out what to do with your money to start getting ahead financially.

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2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule (2017 Tax Year) – When Will I Receive My Tax Refund?

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

When it comes to filing a federal tax return, there are a few questions that people care about more than any other – how much am I paying on taxes, how much will I get back in my tax refund, and when will I receive it? Everything else, the say, is just details. There is [...]

Credit Unions vs Banks – How they Differ and What It Means to You

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

Savvy consumers know they shouldn’t pay too much for banking services (after all, that is how banks make money). That’s why a record number of Americans are turning to credit unions for their banking needs. A lot of this has had to do with efforts to encourage consumers to move their money from big banks charging ... Read More about Credit Unions vs Banks – How they Differ and What It Means to You

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How to Write an Investment Policy Statement – A Guide to Help Keep Your Investments on Track

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

Do you have an Investment Policy Statement (IPS)? If not, then you are missing out on one of the key ingredients of a successful investing career. An Investment Policy Statement is a written policy of your investment goals and objectives, helping you stay on track regardless of what the markets are doing. And every investor ... Read More about How to Write an Investment Policy Statement – A Guide to Help Keep Your Investments on Track

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Debx Review – Using Your Credit Card Like A Debit Card

by Robert Farrington @ The College Investor

Debx is an app that allows you to use your credit card like a debit card, but instantly paying off credit card purchases. Find out more in our Debx review.

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IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart for 2018 · Where's My Refund?

IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart for 2018 · Where's My Refund?


Where's My Refund?

IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart for 2018 with Direct Deposit and Check dates provided below are based on filing and transmitting as early as January 2, 2018.

DST and tax-deductible donations can help save wildlife

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Don't hate losing an hour to Daylight Saving Time. The clock change, along with charitable donations, could save koalas and other wildlife. (Photo by Arnaud Gaillard via Wikipedia CC) How are y'all feeling after losing that hour of sleep last night, or rather early this morning? Me, not so good. I'm apparently among that group of folks who experience headaches when our circadian rhythms are affected by going in and out of Daylight Saving Time (DST). But at least it's not a heart attack, which some studies have shown increase a bit during the first three weekdays following clocks' springing...

How will the government shutdown impact my tax refund?

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

Government shutdown and 2018 Tax Refunds We have had this question a lot lately. With the current government shutdown going on, how will our tax refund be impacted? With the recent government shutdown and the IRS announcing that it will furlough 57% of it’s current workforce, it brings into question this year’s tax refunds. Our most asked question right now is “How will the government shutdown impact my tax refund?” We do not have official word, but we will tell you exactly what we know now. We listed below 5 things to know about the government shutdown and your tax

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Where's your refund? Still in the works for ACTC, EITC filers

Where's your refund? Still in the works for ACTC, EITC filers


Don't Mess With Taxes

Princess Bride impatience via Giphy.com Mid-February is finally here, the time when the Internal Revenue Service can finally issue refunds to taxpayers who had claimed the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) and/or the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Does that mean these refunds will show up today? No, that's a refund myth, even if you filed your Form 1040 on Jan. 29, the first day that the IRS began processing returns. Neither is your refund likely to be directly deposited into your bank account, loaded onto a debit card or as a paper check stuffed in your snail mail box...

Obamacare VS. Trumpcare: 3 Ways Taxes Will Be Affected

by admin @ PriorTax Blog

Obamacare made it through the election. Will it stay on your tax return? Every new president brings on a new aura for Americans to bask in, and while emotions run high, opinions begin to surface. Suddenly, cheerful holiday dinners turn into political debates. Some chime in while the rest of us are just trying to decide between […]

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Should I file a Tax Return If I Receive Social Security Benefits?

by The Handy Tax Guy @ The Handy Tax Guy

Many people who receive Social Security benefits always wonder if their benefit is taxable and if they should file a tax return. To help answer this question, let’s first determine what Social Security benefits are. Social Security benefits including the following below and may be taxable: monthly retirement survivor disability benefits Around tax season, you […]

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We visited a Toys R Us on the first day of liquidation — here’s what we found…

We visited a Toys R Us on the first day of liquidation — here’s what we found…

by Theo Thimou @ clark.com

The liquidation sale you've been hearing about got underway today. Here's what we found and when you should expect even deeper discounts!

Waiver of Premium Rider

by Paul Moyer @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

Life insurance can provide peace of mind in knowing that loved ones and survivors will have the funds that they need in case of the unexpected. But, not all life insurance policies are exactly alike, so in many cases, adding various riders can help to better “customize” the coverage to fit specific anticipated needs. A ... Read More about Waiver of Premium Rider

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Here’s your 2018 estimated tax refund schedule

Here’s your 2018 estimated tax refund schedule


Clark Howard

Looking forward to a big fat refund check this year? Here’s when it’s likely to show up in your hands.

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for April 2018

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for April 2018

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for April 2018 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of March 30, 2018 from US TREASURY will post between March 26, 2018 and […]

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On what items sold to the family of the deceased is a funeral director required to collect Sales Tax?

by @ RNT OpenSearch RSS

On what items sold to the family of the deceased is a funeral director required to collect Sales Tax?

15 Ways to Make Money on Amazon

by Claire Tak @ Well Kept Wallet

It’s hard to believe Amazon started off as a small website selling used books. The world’s largest retailer, with now worth over $602 billion, continues to grow exponentially, and some financial experts predict the company will soon be worth $1 trillion. Amazon isn’t just your go-to place for online shopping, the company also produces TV […]

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IRS ending foreign account disclosure program in September

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Cover photo from 2017 report Offshore Shell Games by ITEP and PIRG Offshore tax havens. The phrase immediate conjures up images of dubious financial guys who've traded in their high-powered jobs and three-piece suits for floral print shirts and umbrella-shaded drinks on a tropical beach, all funded by cash they stashed in island-based accounts, hidden from the U.S. tax collector. Sometimes that's true. Everyone knows by now of the scrutiny given to Cayman Island banks, as well as the hidden accounts revealed by the Panama Papers. But offshore in Internal Revenue Service parlance means any location outside United States boundaries....

IRS Letter 1025A – Incomplete Appeal Request

by Elyce Harmon @ Tax Information Center

Additional information is needed to forward your case to the Office of Appeals. Type of notice: Return accuracy Possible next step: Address an IRS audit Also see: IRS penalties, IRS bill for unpaid taxes Why you received IRS Letter 1025A You filed a tax return that the IRS selected for audit. You disagreed with the […]

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16 Best Companies to Consolidate Your Debt (Including Credit Cards)

by Josh Patoka @ Well Kept Wallet

Are you struggling to make your current monthly loan payment? When you consolidate your debt, you can save money by paying a lower interest rate. And with interest rates projected to rise in the near future, consolidating your loans today can save you extra money compared to if you wait. It doesn’t matter if you have credit […]

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What Does Being Audited By The IRS Mean?

by Michelle O'Brien @ PriorTax Blog

Feel like the IRS has all eyes on you? Think of filing your taxes as going through security at an airport. Your tax return is you. The security checkpoint is the IRS. Just like you can be stopped while going through security, your tax return can be stopped by the IRS. With a security checkpoint, […]

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Fake charities, inflated refund schemes stay on IRS' 2018 Dirty Dozen tax scams list

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

There are so many tax scams out there that it takes more than one post. Three, to be precise. This is Part 2 of the Internal Revenue Service's 2018 list of the Dirty Dozen Tax Scams. The four schemes in this post, numbers 5 through 8, are like those in the initial 2018 Dirty Dozen tax scams of 2018. They also are repeat (dis)honorees. That's because once crooks find something that works, they keep using it. And sadly, there are enough new victims out there every year to fall for it. Unless potential targets are warned. To do that and...

Alabama QB Tagovailoa back throwing in practice after injury

Alabama QB Tagovailoa back throwing in practice after injury

by Maxie Gardner @ WHNT.com

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is back throwing in practice. Tagovailoa made some throws and handoffs Tuesday after injuring a finger on his left, throwing hand in the Crimson Tide’s first spring practice. Coach Nick Saban says Tagovailoa “has made a very nice recovery” over the past week. He said the freshman from Hawaii did have a broken bone but was able to grip the ball and “could throw a little bit.” Tagovailoa is expected to compete […]

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for February 2018

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for February 2018

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for February 2018 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of February 1, 2018 from US TREASURY will post between January 29, 2018 and […]

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Where’s My Refund Updated for PATH act 2018

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

The IRS Where’s My Refund tool just updated for PATH act 2018 Did your Where’s My Refund update recently? Was it previously the PATH act message and now it says processing? As of yesterday, the PATH act is no longer in affect, so those who filed before should now see their tax refunds processing. This would make your processing date February 15th, 2018, for use on our 2018 Refund Schedule. Here is a message we received from one of our Facebook followers.: “Updated from PATH to processing. Pulled up my transcript. Shows “Refund issued” with a date of 2-22. Last

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The Best Personal Finance Software for Taming Your Budget (In 2018)

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

Managing your money is a complex skill, especially now that you no longer have to leave the house or even pull out your wallet in order to spend money. That’s why it is more important than ever for you to track spending and stick to a budget. But the old school methods of budgeting can […]

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AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for August 2017

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for August 2017

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

  Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for August 2017 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of August 1, 2017 from US TREASURY will post between July 27, 2017 and […]

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Someone Used My Social Security Number to File Taxes – What Should I Do?

by admin @ PriorTax Blog

Victim of identity theft? Don’t let panic get the best of you. After entering your tax information, you finally hit the e-file button, only to have your return rejected by the IRS. The reason; a tax return has already been filed with your social security number! There’s a sinking feeling in your gut and an […]

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2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Direct Deposit Dates - 2017 Tax Year

2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Direct Deposit Dates - 2017 Tax Year


The Military Wallet

Updated 2018. This IRS tax refund schedule shows when you will receive your federal tax refund for direct deposits or checks. Covers 2017 tax year. Use this table to check your IRS refund status. Additional resources & Frequently Asked Questions about the tax refund calendar.

13 Best Fax Services Near Me to Fax For Less

by Laurie Blank @ Well Kept Wallet

Faxing documents has largely been replaced with scanning and electronic documents. However, you may still find an occasional need to fax a document to a business or private party, or even a need to make copies. Just recently I had to send some documents via fax to a mortgage company. Luckily, I still own my […]

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Bitcoin Cash Bull Failures Could See Traders Move to Bitcoin – CoinDesk

by admin @ Best of 2016

Bitcoin (BTC) may be down 40 percent on a year-to-date basis, but the cryptocurrency still looks set to outshine its rival bitcoin cash (BCH) in the short-term, the technical charts indicate. As of writing, the bitcoin cash/bitcoin (BCH/BTC) exchange rate is seen a 0.1104 BTC on Bitfinex – the lowest level since March 9. BCH had ... Read more

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How to Get Out of Debt, Fast! A Step-by-Step Guide

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

If you know the basics of personal finance, you may already know the most powerful force in the financial universe is compound interest. With compound interest, it’s easier to grow wealthier over time as the interest you earn compounds on itself over and over again. Unfortunately, compound interest can just as easily work against you as ... Read More about How to Get Out of Debt, Fast! A Step-by-Step Guide

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Fake charities, inflated refund schemes stay on IRS' 2018 Dirty Dozen tax scams list

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

There are so many tax scams out there that it takes more than one post. Three, to be precise. This is Part 2 of the Internal Revenue Service's 2018 list of the Dirty Dozen Tax Scams. The four schemes in this post, numbers 5 through 8, are like those in the initial 2018 Dirty Dozen tax scams of 2018. They also are repeat (dis)honorees. That's because once crooks find something that works, they keep using it. And sadly, there are enough new victims out there every year to fall for it. Unless potential targets are warned. To do that and...

Updated: 2018 IRS Income Tax Refund Chart - When Will I Get My Tax Refund?

Updated: 2018 IRS Income Tax Refund Chart - When Will I Get My Tax Refund?


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Refund Date Estimation Chart. The IRS started processing most returns on January 29, but will not start processing returns with the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) until mid-February 2018.

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart for 2016 Tax Year

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart for 2016 Tax Year


IRS Refund Schedule 2018

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart for 2016 Tax Year. 2017 Refund Schedule IRS 2017 Tax Refund Schedule for Tax Year 2016 – Tax Refund Dates for 2017 The IRS just announced the First Official Day to…

The Real Goal Of Trump’s ‘Merit-Based’ Immigration Plan May Just Be Fewer Immigrants

by Nicolas Pagnotta @ E-File Group – Professional Tax Services & Software

WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump claimed in his speech to Congress last week that he could “save countless dollars, raise workers’ wages and help struggling families” with one trick: switching to a “merit-based” immigration system, like Canada’s or Australia’s. He made a similar case several days later in a tweet. First, he promoted Green Card Warrior,…

What Should I Know About the Affordable Care Act?

by The Handy Tax Guy @ The Handy Tax Guy

ATTENTION: RECENT CHANGES TO TAX LAW HAS AFFECTED THE ACA! Everything you need to know about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) There has been a lot of confusing when it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) also known as Obama Care. I’m going to provide you with some essential information about the program and […]

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Central Bank announces new Advisory Board Members for 2018

by Christine Brown @ Central Bank

Lexington, KY – Chairman, President & CEO Luther Deaton, Jr. announced the selection of eight new members to its Lexington Advisory Board, including Dennis Anderson – President, Anderson Properties, Ray…

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Howard Stern is off the hook in phone tax privacy lawsuit

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

Shock jock Howard Stern's candid conversations with guests are one of his show's more popular features. Folks who talk to Stern, including the current Oval Office resident, willingly reveal TMI. One on-air exchange, however, resulted in inadvertent revelation of some of a Massachusetts woman's personal tax information and a subsequent lawsuit against Stern and Uncle Sam. As I noted back in May 2015, she was discussing her overdue tax bill with an Internal Revenue Service agent who had, on another line, called into Stern's satellite radio show. When Stern went live with the tax collector's on-hold call, the IRS agent's...

Blooom: Finally, a Robo-Advisor to Help You Manage Your 401K

by Ashley Chorpenning @ PT Money

When you started your first job, were you offered a 401(k) account? And if you were, did you even know what that meant? PT's note: When I started my first big career job (nine months with KPMG out of Shreveport, LA) I never invested with the 401K! I didn't even get the match! It wasn't […]

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What is a W-4 Form? What It Means and How It Affects Your Taxes

by Ashlee Crowl @ Tax Information Center

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on September 1, 2015.  The W-4 Form is the IRS document you complete for your employer to determine how much should be withheld from your paycheck for federal income taxes and sent to the IRS. Accurately completing your W-4 will help you avoid overpaying your taxes throughout the […]

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TaxAct Review 2017 – A Powerful Tax Software Solution to Fill Most Needs

by Kevin Mercadante @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

TaxAct is one of the leading tax preparation software packages available. The service was founded in 1998, and it enables you to prepare all types of returns, regardless of the degree of difficulty. Small and medium-size business tax returns are a niche of this product, but they even have a professional edition available for career ... Read More about TaxAct Review 2017 – A Powerful Tax Software Solution to Fill Most Needs

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Missed 2016 Tax Deadline: How To File Prior Year 2016 Taxes

by admin @ PriorTax Blog

Did you miss the 2016 tax deadline? With the 2018 Tax Season less than a month away, you probably have some catching up to do. Luckily, you can still file your 2016 tax return if you’re one of many taxpayers that are rushing to stay on top of a missed 2016 tax deadline. That being said, […]

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2018 Refund Schedule for Tax Year 2017

by RefundSchedule.com @ IRS Refund Schedule 2018

See below for the 2018 Refund Schedule for your 2017 Tax Return. IRS Refund Schedule 2018 We have all the news and information about the 2018 Refund Schedule. Read below for the disclaimer on Refund Schedule 2018. irs refund schedule 2018 This is the schedule for 2018 IRS Refund Cycle Chart for Tax Year 2017. Updated for Tax Season 2018. Direct Deposit and Check date’s below. Please see *disclaimer. 2018 tax refund schedule is listed below for information purposes. Updated January 5th, 2018: IRS make it official the first day of IRS Tax Season 2018 is January 29th, 2018. Full story. See below

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IRS Announces 2018 Tax Filing Season Opens with April 17 Deadline; 155 Million Tax Returns Projected, 70 Percent Expect Refunds - Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

IRS Announces 2018 Tax Filing Season Opens with April 17 Deadline; 155 Million Tax Returns Projected, 70 Percent Expect Refunds - Windham Region Chamber of Commerce


Windham Region Chamber of Commerce

Marking the beginning of the nation’s tax season, the Internal Revenue Service said today that it successfully started accepting and processing 2017 federal individual income tax returns. More than 155 million returns are expected to be filed this year. People have until Tuesday, April 17, 2018, to file their 2017 returns and pay any taxes …

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for December 2017

AccountNow Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for December 2017

by accountnow @ Account Now Blog

  Social Security SSI Payment Schedule for December 2017 to your  AccountNow Gold Visa Prepaid Card Customers with AccountNow prepaid cards may get their direct deposits faster▼ Supplemental Security Income SSI payments and some VA Benefit deposits with a normal payment date of December 1, 2017 from US TREASURY will post between November 27, 2017 […]

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Unfiled tax returns have you drowning?

by admin @ PriorTax Blog

Overwhelmed With Prior Year Unfiled Tax Returns? While most Americans finish or have finished their current year taxes, others have stacks of unfiled tax returns from previous years. You may feel swamped with the pressures of work and within a blink of an eye, you wake up to find an IRS notice in the mailbox. Let’s face […]

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IRS Audit Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 2003

by Nicolas Pagnotta @ E-File Group – Professional Tax Services & Software

The IRS is blaming a shrinking budget and a dwindling staff as the reasons why audits of individuals have dropped to their lowest level in 13 years. In fiscal year 2016, just 0.7 percent of individual taxpayers were audited, either in person or by mail, which is the lowest audit rate since 2003, the Associated…

New Tax Plan: Trump’s Six Big Changes

by admin @ PriorTax Blog

Is Trump’s new tax plan making filing simpler, or is it really just a helping hand for the wealthy? We’re reminded daily of the new guy in town…or office. Whether that reminder comes from seeing his face on a t-shirt or a protester’s sign outside your office window is a different story. Let’s put the […]

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False income, offshore shelters and frivolous tax arguments wrap up IRS' 2018 Dirty Dozen tax scams

by skbell1 @ Don't Mess With Taxes

There are so many tax scams out there that it takes more than one post to cover them. Three posts, to be precise. This is Part 3 of the Internal Revenue Service's 2018 list of the Dirty Dozen Tax Scams. Your promised tax savings can be quickly washed away if you put your money into an abusive offshore tax shelter. This is it, a look at the final group of scams that crooks are using again this tax year to try to take our money. The final four schemes in this post, numbers 9 through 12, are like those in...

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