How to Track Your Tax Refund

You paid too much money to the government last year in taxes, have filed the appropriate paperwork, and are due a refund. At this point, you may be wondering how soon you’ll get your money back.
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How to Speed Up Your Tax Refund

While you are at the mercy of the IRS when it comes to getting your money back, there are a few things you can do to help you get your 2018 tax refund as quickly as possible.
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What You Need to Know About Filing 2018 Taxes

There have been a lot of changes to the tax code, and you’ll see some differences in your 2018 taxes this year as a result. For most people, the changes will be minor.
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Recent IRS Tax Changes and Your Paycheck Withholdings

According to the IRS, a little over 70% of taxpayers received a refund in 2017. While many people enjoy the extra financial boost, the truth is that if you get a tax refund, it means you are overpaying the IRS throughout the year. A quick checkup could help you decide whether to file a new W-4 form with your employer to increase your paychecks.
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Life Events Can Change the Way You File Taxes

Major life changes can be intimidating in a lot of ways. Here are few life events that may change how you file taxes, how much money you have withheld from paychecks, and how much money you can expect to receive in your refund.
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3 Simple Ways to File Your Taxes

When it comes time to file your taxes, there are three ways to get the job done. No matter how you decide to file, there are certain things you should have ready ahead of time to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
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Advantages of Using a Tax Professional

There are several advantages to using a tax professional that many people don’t realize. A potentially larger tax return check, year-round customer support, and convenience are just a few. The costs of hiring a tax professional is often tax deductible as well.
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Itemized vs. Standard Deductions

With a lower taxable income, you'll pay fewer taxes. The IRS allows for standard deductions that reduce taxable income. These fixed amounts change depending on your filing status.
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How to Choose Your Tax Filing Status

One of the most important decisions you’ll make when you do your taxes is your filing status. There are five options, but in some cases, you’ll qualify for more than one. You’ll need to determine which filing status will best suit you.
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