Do you feel like you’re playing the waiting game?
You might be wondering how long it takes for you to receive your refund. Typically, the IRS issues tax refunds in less than 21 days as long as there are no discrepancies.
If you are due a refund, it may take longer depending on the situation or time your financial institution takes to direct deposit or mail it to you.
Here are some situations that may prevent you from receiving your refund:
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Some taxpayers are still racing against the clock.
The tax deadlines have quickly passed and some Americans have yet to file their tax return. If you’re one of many taxpayers who have questions about how to file a late 2017 tax return, keep reading!
Can I still e-file my 2017 tax return?
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Are you stuck on choosing a Tax Preparer?
“One size fits all,” doesn’t apply when choosing your tax preparer. Take a second to imagine this scenario. John is a college student and it’s time to file his taxes for the very first time. Nerve wracking, isn’t it? He has one W-2 statement and a myriad of education expenses that surely affected his bank account. He’s unsure of where to begin and if he should simply file online or visit a tax accountant.
Whether you’re new to taxes, like John, or an experienced taxpayer, filing your tax return can be a demanding process. On top of that, you might be wondering if you should file your tax return online or go to a local tax accountant. Here are some tax tips to consider when making that decision.
Online filing may be right for you.
During tax season, convenience, quality and time are both important. By filing your taxes online, you can complete a self-prepared return by opting to e-file your current year tax return or paper file your prior year return right from the comfort of your own home. Tax preparation sites require you to have: Continue reading “Tax Tips: How to Choose a Tax Preparer”