New for the 2014 tax season, TurboTax SnapTax, the first full tax preparation mobile app is now available in Spanish, catering to 52 million Hispanic Americans. Highlights of TurboTax SnapTax in Spanish include.
For the 60 million hard-working Americans with a simple tax situation, TurboTax has created a new, streamlined experience to deliver the best free TurboTax ever. In addition, TurboTax is helping customers stretch their tax refund even further with an exclusive 5 percent bonus on top of their federal tax refund.
When you file your taxes using TurboTax you not only have the ability to get your biggest tax refund possible, but also now with the TurboTax Refund Bonus Program, TurboTax will give you an exclusive bonus worth an extra 5% to 10% on top of your refund.
It’s almost like a rite of passage – preparing your own taxes. You may have filed your taxes for a summer job as a teenager, but your parents probably helped (if they were nice). Now that you’re all grown up, here are four tips that can help you as you start out as a new tax filer.
The 2013 tax season is coming to an end, and if you haven’t had the chance to get your tax return done, April 15, 2013 is the deadline to file individual tax returns. This is also the date that if you owe any money to good old IRS, you should write them a check by. Here are 4 tips to keep in mind as the April 15th date nears.
The tax deadline is April 15th! So why are you waiting to prepare your tax return? With the average tax refund of about $2,700 last tax season and the ease and convenience of TurboTax there’s no reason to wait to file. We’ve laid out 6 last minute tax tips to help you streamline your tax preparation and keep more money in your pocket.
IRS Free File, available at www.irs.gov, makes online tax preparation and e-filing available at no cost to low and middle-income taxpayers. The program is a public-private partnership between the federal government and private tax preparation companies, including TurboTax maker Intuit. Companies that participate must adhere to strict privacy and security guidelines.
As the tax deadline approaches, you might begin to ask yourself, “Do I really need to submit my tax return this year?” A good rule of thumb to follow when approaching the task of filing taxes is this: When in doubt, go ahead and file.
Our tax system is straightforward in the sense that you pay taxes on taxable income. How much you pay will depend entirely on the type of income you receive. Most income is taxable income but there are some examples of non-taxable income and we’ll look at both.