Ben Micham, CPA with Micham and McSwain, offers tips on filing your taxes in 2013.
Year-end tax planning almost always creates stress, but there are ways to make filing those returns - which are due April 17, 2012 - a bit easier.
Under the right circumstances, taxpayers can ask for extra time.
Employees should be getting W2 forms from their employers soon, and that means it's time to do taxes. Mark Hanson, with the IRS, discusses some important information.
CPA and Certified Financial Planner Ben Micham has some last-minute money-saving suggestions for tax time.
CPA and Certified Financial Planner Ben Micham gives tips on filing taxes when you are unemployed.
Haven't filed your state and federal taxes yet? A new program called "Free File Alliance" could help you do it at no cost.
If you bought a car, bought a home or collected unemployment, note it on your taxes to get the biggest refund.
Spokesman Brian Simpson shares tips on what you need to know about paying taxes on Social Security benefits.
Understanding the tax impacts of being laid off and the importance of filing on time, regardless of your ability to pay, can save you potentially thousands of dollars on your state income taxes, the North Carolina Department of Revenue says.
Selecting a reputable tax preparer is important because taxpayers are responsible for the information contained on their returns. If the state identifies a fraudulent tax return, the taxpayer – not the preparer – is responsible for all tax, penalties and interest due.
As W2 forms are being mailed out, there is a free service for low- and moderate-income taxpayers who want help to properly prepare and file federal returns.
Mark Hanson with the IRS answers key questions about filing your taxes.
With tax season approaching, the Internal Revenue Service is expanding a program that enables taxpayers to file returns online at no charge, promising refunds much faster than for those who mail in paper forms.
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The 11 most overlooked tax deductions from Kiplinger.com.
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