In the wake of the tragic bombings that occurred in Boston on Monday, April 15, the IRS announced today a three-month tax filing and payment extension to provide relief to Boston-area taxpayers and others affected by Monday’s explosions.
Tax Day is less than a week away, though many will wait until the last minute to take action, hitting the e-file button at 11:59 pm on April 15! If you’re one of the last minute tax filers, you can go online and conveniently and affordably file your taxes – no appointment necessary.
The April 15th tax deadline is just days away and tax procrastinators are scrambling to make the tax deadline. No need to worry. With today’s modern technology you can go online and e-file your tax return at 11:59 on April 15th, but what was tax day like a century ago and how did the IRS come up with the April 15th tax deadline? Our infographic takes a look at a hundred years of taxes and the history of tax day.
With the tax deadline just days away we turned to our expert bloggers to find out some of their favorite end of season tax tips. If you haven’t filed your taxes yet you can go online and still take advantage of these great tax tips so you can keep more of your hard-earned money before the tax deadline.
Intuit TurboTax created a health care calculator to help you find out if you’re eligible for health insurance through a state or federal Marketplace, Medicaid, or Medicare or if you’re already set with your existing health insurance plan. It will also let you know, if you qualify for a tax credit or subsidy from the government to help you purchase your health insurance. Check it out to learn how health care reform impacts you so that you can make the best decisions for your health and your wallet.
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.
The Affordable Care Act or healthcare reform was signed into law on March 23, 2010. Some tax provisions related to the law took affect in 2010, but the requirement to purchase health insurance and how the purchase relates to your taxes doesn’t go into effect until 2014. Still, Americans remain confused about when they need to purchase health insurance and when the requirement to purchase health insurance impacts their taxes. Our experts at the American Tax and Financial Center at TurboTax put together this helpful infographic timeline to dispel the myths about healthcare reform and let you know when the key dates and events take place.
Mike Periu, experto en finanzas y portavoz de TurboTax, estará compartiendo unos consejos muy importantes que te ayudarán a declarar tus impuestos en poco tiempo. Lo hará durante un Tweetchat en español que se llevará a cabo el jueves 4 de abril, entre 9-10 p.m. EST / 6-7 p.m. PST.
UPDATE – March 19, 2013 – The Minnesota Department of Revenue has reinstated TurboTax to it’s approved vendor list. In doing so, the state has acknowledged that all known issues affecting the Minnesota state product have been fully resolved. Intuit...
Good news for taxpayers who have been waiting for the IRS to begin processing returns that include Residential Energy Credit (Form 5695), Mortgage Interest Credit (Form 8396), and the General Business Credit (Form 3800).
The IRS began accepting the last group of forms impacted by late tax legislation, today, Monday, March 4.