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Five Months Left

The deadline for filing your taxes (if you applied for an extension) is October 15, 2013.  Finish now while taxes are still on your brain.

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By: Lauryn on 5/15/2013 01:00:00 AM

Wishing All the Community Mothers a Wonderful Mother’s Day

Happy Mother's Day to all the smart savers and eSmart Tax Moms everywhere.

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By: Lauryn on 5/10/2013 11:29:53 AM

Weekly Tax Inventory(2)

This week in tax news.

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By: Lauryn on 5/10/2013 12:55:00 AM

SINK? Money Saving Tips for Singles

Single-income earners may have the freedom to spend time and money on themselves, but singles should be mindful of how financial decisions may impact their personal finances.  eSmart Tax’s advice to singles:  Save more and spend wisely.  Here are some tips to help you save:

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By: Lauryn on 5/8/2013 10:40:19 AM

Teaching Your Kids About Money

How much should my child's allowance be and what chores should my child do?  These topics are addressed in this article about teaching your kids to be money smart.

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By: Lauryn on 5/6/2013 02:41:31 PM

Weekly Tax Inventory - 05/03/2013

This week in tax news.

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By: Lauryn on 5/3/2013 12:00:00 AM

How Long Do I Need to Keep My Tax Records?

Doing some spring cleaning?  Make sure you know how long you should store your tax documents before you throw anything important away.

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By: Lauryn on 5/1/2013 11:36:30 AM

Weekly Tax Inventory - 4/26/2013

This week in tax news.

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By: Lauryn on 4/26/2013 02:15:00 AM

Use Your Tax Return to Kickstart Your Emergency Fund

Wondering what to do with your tax refund?  Take the lump sum payment and seize this opportunity to establish an emergency fund. This is a smart investment move for your financial future.  The ideal emergency fund has three to six months of living expenses in it so that you have cash to cover expenses when unexpected events occur. Without an emergency fund, you’d have to resort to using credit cards or taking out a loan to cover the costs of unexpected expenses. When you use credit, you could end up owing tremendously more due to the interest accrued. This certainly affects your ability to save money and keeps you in the debt cycle.

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By: Lauryn on 4/24/2013 09:59:58 AM

We’re Open All Year Around!

eSmart Tax is open all year!

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By: Lauryn on 4/24/2013 09:55:00 AM

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