3 Easy Ways Doing Taxes Online Yourself Can Payoff
I know that tax time is one of the most enjoyable times of the year for you, and how much you look forward to it. Just kidding, of course, but it is a very important event, and taxes have to be done, and on time. For that reason, we’ll see why doing taxes online yourself isn’t hard to do.
I know tackling this issue on your own seems a bit overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Understanding the basics of taxes will make them a lot more manageable. As a practicing accountant View full post…
How to Do Taxes Yourself Like a Professional, Even if You Are Not.
Although some accountants will tell you, learning how to do taxes yourself is not difficult. You also don’t need a college degree in accounting; most of the time, you don’t even need to see a professional tax preparer or go to a department store to buy an expensive tax package.
If you are reading this article, you may have a tax return that you can easily prepare on our online tax filing website. Plus, at EZ Tax, you pay one low fee of $25, no matter how simple or how complex your return is.
To have a simple return prepared by a professional tax preparer, you may have to pay a fee of $250.00 or more. Add in itemized deductions, or one or two tax credits, and the cost will be View full post…
Learn How to Do Taxes Online with Our 7 Easy Tips
I can tell you from my many years of experience in operating a tax practice, that learning how to do taxes online is not hard. If you’ve never done it before, it may appear to be a little overwhelming. However, if you have an average type of tax return, answering a few simple interview questions, and then typing in the information requested is about all there is to it.
With the changes brought about with the new tax reform act, many individuals who had been itemizing their deductions View full post…
File Your 1040 Online With EZ Tax for a Flat $25 Fee
Are you one of the many taxpayers who decide how and where to file your 1040 online every year? For some of you, it may be a tough decision because of the complexity of your taxes. You may have K-1’s coming in or maybe you operate a single member LLC that gets reported on your personal return on a Schedule C.
However, for most taxpayers, the new increased standard deduction provided by the Cares Act is now used instead of View full post…