What You Need To Know About Refund Advance Loans

Are you counting on your tax refund to pay off bills? You may need the cash before your refund arrives. The IRS website states that typical refunds take less than 21 calendar days if you e-filed your return. However, if you are claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit…
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How To Reduce Your Property Taxes

“I love paying my property taxes! I wish I could pay even more!” — said no one, ever. Property taxes are one of the necessary but unpleasant side effects of home ownership. Personal Finance Expert and Author Jordan Goodman (aka America’s Money Answers Man) notes that new homeowners often underestimate the amount of property taxes,…
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States Where You’ll Pay Little To No Income Tax

Soon you will be filling out your federal tax forms, and unless you are lucky enough to live in seven states, you will be filling out state tax forms as well. Are you fortunate enough to live in one of these seven states, or are you on the other end of the spectrum, dealing with…
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Will You Have To Pay Taxes On Your Social Security Benefits?

Social Security is generally considered a tax-free benefit, but that is not always the case. Depending on the amount of alternate income that you have in retirement and your filing status, you could owe taxes on up to 85% of your Social Security benefits. If you receive Social Security or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)…
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Freelancer Tax Guide

Are you tired of working for others? Being your own boss can be very rewarding both financially and spiritually, but there are challenges associated with freelance work. Taxes are one of the most difficult aspects because self-employment brings a special set of tests. Freelancers work as independent contractors and those who employ them are not…
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