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Tips to Get TurboTax Discounts

Tips to Get TurboTax Discounts

Turbotax software comes in various different versions like Premier, Deluxe, etc. Turbo tax software is used to prepare both State & Federal Income Tax Returns. One of the best things about the software is that it is regularly updated once the IRS completes any revisions to the tax forms. This software is widely used because of its user-friendly interface and its step by step assistance to the tax payers.

Most of the people today are using Turbo tax so that they can prepare their taxes on their own. It’s very popular because it allows payers … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Free Tax Filing Information And Resources

Free Tax Filing Information

Most federal highway use tax returns are due, with the due date falling on the 31st Aug 2012. Now the use revenue collector, the IRS or internal revenue service is reminding owners of highway vehicles truckers regarding the need to file their taxes. Aug 31st is a deadline when forms such as the tax form 2290 will need to be filed with the IRS as well as payment of the relevant taxes for this particular financial year. This applies to those using the roads on or before July 2012. There is free tax filing information available … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Learn to do Your Own Accounting From Day One

The thought of doing your own bookkeeping is pretty daunting right? That’s the general consensus. Having your own business involves enough work as it is. Why not just leave the accounting bit to the professionals. Fair enough. If you never want to deal with tax offices and worry about learning financials so be it. But you would be surprised how easy it can be.

These days there are superb accounting package and courses. You can sort out your tax online. Even the small things like recording invoice amounts into an excel sheet can save you precious time and money with … Read more at 2009 Tax.

5 Tips for Surviving an IRS Tax Audit

If you are chosen for an IRS tax audit, then there is nothing you can do to avoid it. The important thing is that you know what to expect, and that you keep one specific goal in mind: to end up owing the IRS as little money as possible. How do you do this? By complying, first of all, but also by doing everything you can to ensure you don’t trigger the IRS to investigate any items outside of the original causes for audit. Being audited can be a scary prospect; fortunately, there are things you can do to make … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Some Weird Small Business Deductions

So, the holidays are over and you’re adding up your books (you’d BETTER be adding up your books-tax time is coming!). You know full well to add up your monthly income and common deductions like EI and CPP for your employees. But what are some deductions that you may have missed that could be costing hundreds of dollars? Here are some weird small business/self employed deductions that may never have occurred to you.

  • Cost of replacing materials. If you’re a writer/artist/photographer, etc and you need to buy new equipment, you can claim the new piece as a tax deduction. Even
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There’s an App for That: Taxes from Your Phone

We do pretty much everything from our phones these days, turns out, taxes are no different. Accountants and techies are combining forces as new ways develop for those who choose to file from their phone. From an easier way to track and report expenses to hand-held glossaries and customer service, exploring ways to file from your phone will change the way taxes get done.

Tracking Expenses

Deducting expenses is essential for businesses owners or the self-employed. Keeping track of those expenses however can be incredibly cumbersome. Travel, meals, supplies, and mileage really add up and the ability to immediately input … Read more at 2009 Tax.

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