Blog Posts Touching on Tax Filings

Seven Reasons You Should File Taxes as Early as Possible

file taxes earlyThe IRS gives you until April 15th (or the following business day if April 15th falls on a weekend or holiday) to file your tax return, but ideally, you should file as early as possible. Filing your return early in the tax season gives you a lot of benefits and can potentially even save you […]

Reminder: The Tax Filing Extension Deadline Is October 15th, 2018

tax extension filing deadlineIf you requested an extension on your 2017 income tax return, you need to file by October 15th. Just around the corner, this is the absolute last date you can file if you want to avoid serious penalties. Get ready with these tips.

Don’t Worry If You Don’t Owe

If you don’t owe any tax, the […]

October 9th, 2018|Tax Filings|0 Comments

Filing U.S. Taxes Living Abroad: What You Need to Know

filing u.s. taxes living abroadHave questions regarding filing U.S. taxes living abroad? The rules and requirements are a bit complex, but you need to understand the basics to get started. There are only two countries in the world that tax their citizens regardless of where they live—the United States […]

Even With an IRS Extension, You Shouldn’t Wait Too Long to File

irs extensionSo how did tax season go for you this year? Did you get them all done by February 1 and spend your refund by February 2? Or did you lose track of time and barely beat the April 18 deadline to file? Perhaps you missed the deadline entirely and ended up having to file […]

Don’t Forget State and Quarterly Taxes

estimated-taxes-dueNow that tax season is winding down, you might think you’re in the clear. After all, you’ve filed your tax return and paid your federal taxes. However, you might not be done pay yet. If you are a business owner, you might still need to pay state taxes and make a quarterly tax payment.

Paying Your State Taxes

Every […]

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