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Tax Day 2019 is Monday, April 15. The IRS has opened up its free tax filing portal, which lists companies where taxpayers who earned less than $66,000 in 2018 can file their federal return for free. The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on January 28 and provide refunds to taxpayers, despite the partial government shutdown. You can file your taxes once you receive your W-2 form from your employer, which must be filed and postmarked on or before January 31. Despite the longest-running government shutdown in history, the 2019 tax season will proceed as normal. ... [Read More]
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Tax Day 2019 is Monday, April 15. The IRS has opened up its free tax filing portal, which lists companies where taxpayers who earned less than $66,000 in 2018 can file their federal return for free. The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on January 28 and provide refunds to taxpayers, despite the partial government shutdown. You can file your taxes once you receive your W-2 form from your employer, which must be filed and postmarked on or before January 31. Despite one of the longest-running government shutdowns in history, the 2019 tax season will proceed as... [Read More]
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Tax day could bring a nice bonus for some residents of East Mead and West Mead townships this year. [Read More]
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Tax Day 2019 is Monday, April 15. If you work as an independent contractor, you are entitled to certain tax deductions for your business expenses. Even if your contract work is just a side gig, you're still running a business, so it's important to track your expenses. We spoke with CPA and certified financial planner Harvey I. Bezozi about the deductions that independent contractors can use to reduce the amount of tax they owe. With the rise of the gig economy, many more people are now having to consider the tax implications of working as independent contractors.... [Read More]
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Tax Day 2019 is Monday, April 15. If you work as an independent contractor, you are entitled to certain tax deductions for your business expenses. Even if your contract work is just a side gig, you're still running a business, so it's important to track your expenses. We spoke with CPA and certified financial planner Harvey I. Bezozi about the deductions that independent contractors can use to reduce the amount of tax they owe. With the rise of the gig economy, many more people are now having to consider the tax implications of working as independent contractors.... [Read More]
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