IRS tax returns are due in only a few days and this means that it’s crunch time! If you haven’t done your taxes this year, don’t despair, the last week before taxes are due is often the best time to save money on tax software.
According to the IRS over 240 million people file taxes every year in America. While a good percentage of them continue to use tax preparers, millions of tax payers have now moved their tax preparation online with software from companies like TurboTax, TaxAct and CreditKarma.
As more tax payers are looking to get faster refunds with eFile it only makes sense that using trusted tax preparation software is the way to go for most people.
Throw in the fact that millions of people qualify for free tax returns if they’re filing a 1040EZ and not itemizing deductions and it’s a no-brainer. Tax software is the way to go.
Today we’re going to look at an online tax software product called TaxAct and get to the bottom of these 3 important questions.
- How much does TaxAct cost?
- How does TaxAct Work?
- Does TaxAct Have Customer Support?
Ready to get started? There’s a lot more after the jump!
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Even though taxes aren’t a fun topic, everybody loves a good list! Today we’re going to rank each state income tax and show you the 7 states with the lowest income tax rates and the 7 states with the highest income tax rates.
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