How to File Your Taxes for Free – Free Tax Software and E-File


Tweet Free E-File for Federal Taxes As if paying taxes isn’t bad enough, having to pay just to complete and file your taxes is a real pain. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could file your taxes for free? The good news is in many cases, you can. That’s right, you could qualify to complete […]

Get Free Advice and Answers to Your Tax Questions – Limited Time Only

Tweet Free Tax Answers Until January 31st We’ve closed the books on 2008, so that means it’s time to start thinking about taxes. Are you someone who likes to get going on filing right away, or do you wait until April? Either way, if you have questions regarding your tax situation, you probably realize that […]

Time is Running Out for Making 2008 Tax Deductions

Tweet Make the Most of Your 2008 Tax Deductions It might only be December and you realize that you still have roughly four months before the tax filing deadline, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore thinking about your taxes right now. Instead of thinking about the April 15th tax deadline, you should be thinking […]

Political Donations Aren't Tax Deductible?

Tweet This is a guest post by J. Money covering for me while I’m on vacation. J. Money writes for – A laid back finance blog of a guy just trying to spice things up a bit. He also finds budgets….well…sexy!  You can sign up to his feed here if you like what you see. […]

Generation X and Taxes: Who Pays More, the Rich or the Poor?

Tweet This is a guest post by Michael Rubin. Michael Rubin, CPA, CFP, is the author of Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck (a book I recently reviewed) and the blog of the same name features a unique easy-reading conversational style, one you’ll find in this post. You can see Michael live in New York, Philadelphia, Los […]

Dealing With the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)

Tweet When it comes to taxes, there is a three-letter abbreviation that is even more vile than IRS, and that is AMT. AMT stands for the Alternative Minimum Tax, and while it doesn’t sound too harmful, you really don’t want to pay it. The AMT was enacted by Congress in 1969 as a way to […]