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Tax Filing Tips For Taxes From TurboTax.com

As the deadline for filing 2013 taxes approaches, beginners are faced with a much bigger challenge. Many of them do not know that there are fines and penalties for missing the deadline. That is because they have never filed tax returns in the past. Mistakes are more likely going to be made, but proper preparation can help to minimize errors. For instance, putting all your financial records for the previous tax year in one place may help.

When filing for the first time, it is important that you consider getting help from a tax preparer. Alternatively, you can use a … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

Tax Carnival Ecstasy – May 9, 2013

Online Investing?

Online Investing? (Photo credit: Monkey Mash Button)

Welcome to the May 9, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. We begin with a post from James Powell on credit and benefit changes for 2013 that is quite interesting. Bill Smith looks at how TurboTax has changed in the current year. And finally John Schmoll has a number of online brokers that he likes to use. Hope you enjoy all the articles, bookmark, share on your social sites, and come back real soon for more tax topics.

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James Powell presents Tax Credits and Benefits Changes 2013 – How They Will Affect

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Saving Money With The Child Tax Credit

Saving Money With The Child Tax Credit

A lot of Canadians have no idea they qualify for the Child Tax Credit or what it is. They think it is for low income families, or they have altogether never heard of this credit. Even if you are okay without the rebate, Turbo Tax 2013 encourages you to make a claim.

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English: Pic for WikiProject Political parties and politicians in Canada (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The tax assessor’s office should be aware of any children in your household born before the end of 2012. For every child born into a Canadian household during … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

Why Use a Tax Accountant?

If you’ve ever tried to do your own taxes by hand, you know just how difficult it can be. If you’re not well-versed with IRS tax codes, you can really be sure that you are getting the maximum amount of deductions and credits that you are entitled to. If you are unsure of how to do a tax return or how to engage in tax planning, hiring a qualified tax accountant could be in your best interests.

Tax Planning

Hiring a tax accountant can provide you with the help you need in planning out your taxes. While most people simply … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

Money Saving Tips For Taxes

If you want money saving, one area you might be considering saving in is taxes. There are many potential reasons you could get a tax break. Therefore, before filing, make sure you look into them. Here are 4 categories that might qualify:

Job search

First of all, if you switched jobs, started a business, or conducted a job search, you could qualify. You can claim the job search expenses, such as making resume copies, placement agency costs and attending seminars for careers. If you had moving costs related to your new job, this could be tax deductible. The tax moves … Read more at 2011 Taxes.