Last Minute Tax Tips – Join Mike Periu and TurboTax for a Live Tweetchat

En Español

Every year there are tens of millions of taxpayers that wait until the last minute to file their taxes. Doing so will not only cause stress but might also put you in jeopardy of not being able to complete them before April 15, and possibly face penalties from the IRS.

So if you’re one of those late-filers – what are you waiting for!? With only a few weeks left before the April 15 deadline, we at TurboTax want to make sure all of your tax questions are answered and that you feel empowered to file your own taxes and keep the money you deserve

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To share some important last-minute tips to help you file your taxes within a short period of time, financial expert and TurboTax spokesperson Mike Periu will be hosting a live tweetchat in Spanish on Thursday, April 4 at 9 – 10 p.m. EST / 6 – 7 p.m. PST.

By using the hashtag #TurboTaxChat in your tweets during the event, you’ll be able to join in the conversation and ask your questions on:

  • How to take advantage of credits and deductions you deserve
  • How filing your taxes online will help you save time and money
  • What is an extension and how to file it properly
  • And much more!

There might be a lot of reasons why you haven’t filed your taxes. Whatever they may be, don’t miss the opportunity to empower yourself with more knowledge during this tweetchat and file your taxes as soon as possible to keep more of your hard earned money!

Tweetchat with @MikePeriu and @TurboTax

Thursday, April 4, 2013

9 – 10 p.m. EST / 8 – 9 p.m. CST / 6 – 7 p.m. PST

#TurboTaxChat

Comments (5) Leave your comment

  1. Why is it taking so long for TurboTax to come up with forms so I can submit my taxes? It is getting very close to the deadline!

  2. I believe Turbo Tax provided incorrect directions when I amended my 2012 CO state tax return. On my original return I had a refund, which I applied to my 2013 estimate. When I amended the return, I had a larger refund, also applied to my 2013 estimate. The instructions told me to send a check to the state along with the amended return for the original filing amount applied to the 2013 estimate, which I did. However, I now realize that since I never received the first “refund”, i should not have sent in the check. So I have over-paid my 2012 state taxes, but am not getting credit for that overpayment in any Turbo Tax calculation. Am I missing something, or are the instructions wrong.?

    • Hi C D H – Based on what you describe, it could be that you overpaid. Since I can’t see your return, the only way to verify the amount is by contacting the CO Department of Revenue Here’s a link to their contact page http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Revenue/REVX/1201542334618 As far as TurboTax is concerned, you can enter your overpayment by going to the Federal Taxes Tab, Deductions & Credits, Explore On My Own, scroll down to Estimates and Other Taxes Paid. Then, you can verify the “estimate and overpayment” amount that is applied by looking at line 63 of your federal Form 1040. Hope that helps. Thanks, Karen

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