According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) itself, the IRS owes taxpayers more than $900,000,000 in unclaimed tax refunds. One easy way to avoid an unclaimed refund is to always timely file your tax returns. Full story
The IRS officially opened for the 2014 tax season today and a common question asked… Full story
On January 1, 2013, the American Taxpayer Relief Act put more money back in taxpayers’ pockets with the permanent passage of many tax breaks. The payroll tax holiday, a temporary tax break to help stimulate the economy, however was not extended on January 1, 2013. Our infographic looks at how the expiration of the payroll tax holiday impacts spending habits and how individuals use their tax refunds. Full story
Now that tax season has officially come to a close, let’s take a look on how the topic of taxes trended on Twitter whether people were talking about this year’s tax refunds or the overall filing process. Full story
Tax day is getting closer, and it’s time to review a few tips if you’ve not yet completed your tax return.
It’s not uncommon to see green on St. Patrick’s day, but there’s usually more green to go around this time of year when you get your tax refund. Instead of wasting the money, if you plan ahead you can turn your tax refund into your own little St. Patrick’s Day pot of gold. Full story
Did you know that each year the IRS has upwards of a billion dollars in unclaimed tax refunds? That’s right, a billion dollars of money that is owed to taxpayers across the country. How does this happen?
Hardworking Americans and their families can turn tax time into savings time by using a portion of their tax refund to buy U.S. Savings bonds. Full story
Congratulations on finishing your taxes! Now that you’ve filed your taxes, you’re probably wondering where your refund is. Don’t worry, we have a simple break down of the e-file process here, so you know where your tax return is and when you can expect your refund. Full story
Already filed your taxes with TurboTax? Here is the latest information on IRS processing, so you know when you can expect your tax refund. Full story