Getting Your Documents Ready for Tax Preparation

Posted on January 14, 2015

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Regardless of how you plan on filing your federal and state income taxes this year, you'll have a hefty amount of prep work to do before you can settle your dues to Uncle Sam. It is important to avoid filing your taxes until you have all of your documentation at hand, as filing without all of this information could cause you to overpay or underpay the IRS due to missed income and deductions. Assuming you don't use an accountant year-round to keep up with your finances, here are some tips for getting your documents ready for tax preparation this season.

What You Need to Know about the Shared Responsibility Payment

Posted on January 10, 2015

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Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), most people are required to either purchase health insurance or pay a fee, which is known as the "individual shared responsibility payment." Here is some information to help you better understand this provision and what you can do to avoid it.

Year-End Moves to Reduce Your Tax Payment

Posted on December 19, 2014

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As the end of the year sneaks closer, you are probably spending more time thinking about the holiday season and your new year's resolutions than the impending tax season. But nevertheless, Uncle Sam will come knocking soon. Don't fret, though - even if you've done little to lower your tax bill in the past twelve months, there are still some year-end moves you can make to reduce your obligation to the IRS this April.

Personal Income Taxes and the Affordable Care Act

Posted on November 10, 2014

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Taxpayers may be confused about how to file their taxes now that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is in place. Clear up misconceptions by learning how the ACA will change how you file.

10 affordable summer vacations for every family

Posted on May 6, 2014

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Spend time as a family this summer by going one of these fun vacations with activities for everyone, all for an affordable price

Tax season is over! What to know in preparation for next year.

Posted on April 15, 2014

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Clicking the button to e-file your taxes is usually followed by exhaling a huge sigh of relief. You know then that you have until next year to go through the process again.

Planning for summer vacation? How to save money AND have fun!

Posted on April 11, 2014

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After you finish preparing your tax return and file both your federal and state returns at OnePriceTaxes, the next thing on your agenda is to get ready for summer! Put your tax refund to good use by planning a fun vacation, and use these tips to vacation on a budget so you won't break the bank.

What you need to know about filing a tax extension

Posted on April 11, 2014

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The April 15 deadline for filing taxes is probably glued in your mind, given its prevalence in popular culture. However, what you may not realize is that the deadline is actually quite flexible because anybody can apply for and receive a tax extension for any reason. You don't need to have a family emergency or explain your situation, but rather, all you have to do is submit one simple form to the IRS and you'll have six more months to complete your tax return with OnePriceTaxes. 

A brief history of taxes in the USA

Posted on March 23, 2014

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Think back to your history classes in high school and you will probably remember that one of the main causes of the Revolutionary War was the colonists' frustration with being taxed by England. The early founders of the nation gave the states the option to help pay for federal debt at their discretion. Given this fact, it may seem odd that people today have to pay so much money in federal income taxes. Let's take a look through some of the historical points that have brought us to where we are now.

Taxes filed? Take control of your financial future and organize your documents. Here's some tips.

Posted on March 13, 2014

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Filing your taxes early has its benefits, including getting your tax refund sooner and not having the stress of the April 15 deadline looming over you. Once you have sent off your federal and state tax returns, you aren't quite done, though. You still have to figure out what to do with the pile of W-2 forms, 1099 forms, and annual statements. Don't toss them into the shredder, or worse, the trash. Instead, take the time to organize your documents to prepare financially for the future.
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