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How I Successfully Appealed an IRS Penalty
Wed, 06/10/15 | 6 Comments
How I Successfully Appealed an IRS Penalty

By all accounts, I’ve been a diligent taxpayer for the last decade plus – never a late fee, never a need for extension, never a penalty, never an audit (or reason to be audited).
So I …

The 2015 Energy Tax Credits (Available at this Time)
Wed, 05/13/15 | 4 Comments
The 2015 Energy Tax Credits (Available at this Time)

Before I cover the 2015 energy tax credits available to taxpayers, it’s worth pointing out that everything in this article could change by end of year, as last year’s energy tax credits were (and the …

The Impact of Saving our Tax Refunds
Mon, 04/13/15 | 7 Comments
The Impact of Saving our Tax Refunds

As we creep towards this week’s tax deadline, the IRS has been churning out data on average tax refunds already. So far this year, the average tax refund has come in at $2,893 – with …

Your Guide to 2014 Tax Return Domination
Thu, 02/5/15 | 7 Comments
Your Guide to 2014 Tax Return Domination

Get fired up – tax filing season is here!
The tax filing start date for 2014 tax returns – January 20th – has already passed. You wouldn’t really know it though. The IRS website still has …

Recently a Student? Take Advantage of these Education Tax Credits & Deductions in 2014 & 2015
Thu, 01/29/15 | 11 Comments
Recently a Student? Take Advantage of these Education Tax Credits & Deductions in 2014 & 2015

The readership here is heavy on those completing school for the first time and going back to school to further their education. So I’ve updated this post to reflect the 2014 and 2015 calendar years.
The …

Tax Deadline, Start, and Extension Dates in 2015 (for 2014 Calendar Year)
Fri, 01/16/15 | 8 Comments
Tax Deadline, Start, and Extension Dates in 2015 (for 2014 Calendar Year)

This post has been updated for 2015 (2014 tax year).
It’s January and other than frigid cold temperatures and seasonal mood disorder, you know what that means – tax season has arrived. This post will help …


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