Wednesday, April 15, 2015 is probably a day circled in red on your calendar. It’s the Internal Revenue Service Tax filing deadline, also known as Tax Day. But did you know that you could file your taxes before the deadline and receive your tax return even earlier? Learn how to file your taxes in five simple steps!
Armando La Rosa directs people to the Liberty Tax Service office as the deadline to file taxes looms in Miami, Florida. The Internal Revenue Service moved the deadline from April 15th to Monday the 18th due to the Emancipation Day holiday in Washington, D.C.
The deadline to file taxes is less than two months away. But it’s never too early to get started. Luckily, Parkland residents can get free tax prep services at several Broward County libraries right now. http://www.coralspringsparklandgolfhomes.com/things-to-do-in-parkland/parkland-area-free-tax-prep-86
As hard as I try, I always end up with at least a few folders full of receipts, forms, and miscellaneous items throughout the year, inevitably cluttering my filing cabinet and desk drawer. Since the tax deadline has come and gone, it's an opportune time to empty out the drawers full of "I'll get to that later" papers and decide what to shred, what to scan and store on a flash drive, and which items to retain on file.
The deadline for filing tax returns is fast approaching. In order to maximize the amount of money you get back from the government, you need to understand how various types of taxes and deductions work. This infographic by Paycor could give you a better idea how payroll taxes and deductions work:
For most people, April is filled with frantic digging through drawers, receipt-mining in old purses and brain-wracking for the past years’ donation amounts. It doesn’t have to be this way. With proper paper storage and filing organization, you can float through April and past the tax deadline with a smile on your face. Here are the top tips for paperwork storage and tax preparation.