New To Filing Taxes? Here's How To Do A Simple Return On Paper

Posted on: 11 July 2016

Filing your income taxes on paper returns can be easier than many people think. For a young taxpayer new to the process, it may simplify your life, save money and allow you to file for yourself. But there are a few things to remember when filing your taxes this way. Here is a 5 step guide to filing on paper forms. File Early. Most people know that the deadline is April 15 (April 17 in 2017), but paper filers should do their returns as early as possible.
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Tip For Organizing Your Tax Information For Your Freelance Writing Business

Posted on: 23 February 2016

If you work from home as a freelance writer, then it is important for you to organize all of the information necessary to file your taxes each April. By keeping documents organized throughout the year, you can be prepared to file your taxes without having to root around looking for all of the paperwork that you need to file. In addition to keeping all of your receipts in one place, follow these tips to keep your tax obligations simple for your freelance writing business:
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Small Business Owner? Tips To Make Things Easier For Your Accountant At Tax Time

Posted on: 26 January 2016

If you are a small business owner, it takes a lot of hard work and determination to keep your business going. Part of doing this is hiring an accountant, like one from Bliss & Skeen CPAs, to take care of your taxes. You can make things much easier for them, as well as yourself, by handling your paperwork successfully throughout the year, and keeping your books maintained. Follow the tips below and you should have no problems at tax time.
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Get The Skinny: The IRS Can Help You Lose Weight And Save Money

Posted on: 23 November 2015

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that close to 80 million American adults are considered obese. Individuals who are considered obese are much more vulnerable to certain diseases and health conditions, which include stroke, heart disease, some forms of cancer and type 2 diabetes. Some of these conditions can lead to death, which could have prevented had one taken the necessary steps to reduce their weight. Luckily, if you are obese and are at risk these conditions, the IRS may be able to help you.
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