Looking for a tax prep checklist, want to file your taxes free or looking for a military discount? Keep reading for all this and more, including how you can STILL reduce your 2022 tax bill after January 1, 2023!
It’s tax time again. If you’re expecting a refund, you might look forward to doing your taxes, but the process itself isn’t exactly fun.
Whether you’re expecting a check from the IRS, or you owe the government money, Turbo Tax can take away a LOT of the stress of tax time.
I’ve used their online program for the last several years, and they make it pretty easy. That’s because the program walks you through a series of questions about your life to find out what deductions and forms will apply to your situation. They’ll ask you for specifics when needed, and then calculate and fill out all of the forms for you automatically. I also like that when you use Turbo Tax from from one year to the next, they will automatically fill in the information from the previous year to save you some time.
If you’re missing any information you’re asked about, you can always come back to it. You’re also given a chance to review your information before it is e-filed.
There’s a place to ask questions about anything you’re unsure about along the way too.
If your taxes are fairly simple, Turbo Tax is free, and they’ll file your federal return at no charge. They might ask for a fee to file your state return, but before you agree to that, check with your state department of revenue. Many states offer free e-filing or offer e-filing free to people with incomes below a certain level.
For those of us with more complicated returns, Turbo Tax is still the best bet speaking from my own experience.
If you’re in the military, you can get a discount or FREE tax filing from Turbo Tax too!
Here’s some other interesting information I found from Turbo Tax (and some “just-for-fun” stuff):
Tax Prep Checklist *this is a good one
Tax Tips you can take after January 1, 2023!
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It is that time of year again. It feels like I just got done filing. Thank you so much for sharing this useful information. God Bless