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Remember back on April 15, when you asked the IRS for that six-month extension to file your tax return? Well, the IRS tax filing deadline for 2014 is almost here. You must file your 2013 tax return by October 15. If you haven’t already filed, now is a good time to start pulling together the paperwork you will need.
Posted To: Tax Mommys Blog By: Stephanie Brenneman on Tuesday, September 16, 2014
When you sign on to be a celebrity you expect to have your life broadcast around the world.  Fill in the blank celebrity "is in court" or "in jail" or "caught cheating" blasts across the internet...
Posted To: David Rocci Tax Rants By: Marathon on Wednesday, November 02, 2011
E-file volume has swelled over its 25 years in existence and over the course of time, the IRS has safely processed just over 1 billion tax returns.  If not familiar, e-file stands for electroni...
As I mentioned last week, the tax deadline 2011 is today! To be considered timely filed, your return must be transmitted by midnight local time. Many of your local income tax professionals at Liberty ...
Posted To: David Rocci Tax Rants By: David Rocci on Monday, April 18, 2011
As economic reports show the economy improving, Congress voted in some tax laws that will benefit taxpayers.  Now there is a simple fact that we can all appreciate.  But tax laws change ...
Ask any taxpaying adult one of their worst nightmares, and they will tell you it is an IRS Audit.  IRS Audits are the one lottery that no one wants to win.  Yet, every year, tax payers ar...
So you have a passion for shoes, panache for fixing things, or joy from cooking grandma's dessert recipes.  And you decide to fuel your passion/panache/joy, and pay your bills, by selling or sh...
I remember my first visit to a tanning bed.  I was a sophomore in college and did not want my skin to appear day-glow white during spring break.  So, a few visits to the tanning bed turned...
I hear taxpayers say that they owe, and because of the economy they are not going to file this year.  Well, let me make it simple for you- just file!  If you fail to file, you will face a pe...
So you are an employee (receive a W-2) and you have some business expenses required for your job, but your employer does not pay you for them.  Can you take them off of your taxes? For expenses ...