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Taxes are a fact of life

June 9, 2014 | By More

TaxesTaxes – just the term elicits strong opinions and discussion

Taxes are a fact of life, but knowledge and smart planning can lessen the impact.

  • Is the biggest tax refund the best strategy?
  • How to file self-employment tax
  • When to file an amended return?
  • How to estimate tax?
  • Should a household employee be on payroll?
  • What to do with an IRS notice?
  • Can I prepare my own taxes?

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Category: Taxes

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  1. Wayne Bridge - Bond Tax, LLC - Henderson, NV says:

    Think it’s important to cover the basics. Many people think if they have a refund coming they can wait years to file and still get the refund. Refunds only stand good for three years, after that, you’ve lost it. Get those taxes filed and make sure you get what’s coming to you.

    • Jim Berry says:

      Good information to know, Wayne. I would bet most tax payers have no idea that tax refunds expire. By the way, who waits to get their refunds? :)