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2021 Tax Extension Deadlines Approaching

Tax Extension Due Dates Are Coming Up for 2020 Returns While individual income tax returns are normally due by April 15, the federal government has…

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

Who Qualifies for the Earned Income Credit? The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) was created to help low-income workers, self-employed individuals, and their families. The Earned…

Top COVID-Related Tax Breaks

What You Need to Know About Coronavirus Tax Relief, Stimulus Checks, and More There is a good deal of tax help available for individuals, families,…

The Expanded Child Tax Credit

Important Information About the 2021 Child Tax Credit: Advance Payments, Online Tools, & More Thanks to recent temporary changes to the federal Child Tax Credit,…

Understanding The Standard Tax Deduction

Claim the Standard Deduction on Your 1040 Return to Lower Your Income Tax Liability Are you going to take the standard tax deduction, or will…

Monthly Stimulus Checks: New Bill Proposed in Congress

New Stimulus Bill Would Pay Adults Up to $1,200 Per Month There’s a new proposal in Congress that would create a program for monthly stimulus…

IRS Warning About Tax Scams for 2021

The Annual “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams List The IRS announced its "Dirty Dozen" list for 2021 with a warning for taxpayers, tax professionals, and financial…

Unemployment Tax Refunds Are Being Sent to People Who Overpaid Their Taxes

IRS Prepares to Send 4 Million Refunds for Unemployment Compensation Overpayments Last week, the IRS announced that it’s issuing another round of tax refunds to…