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Depending on Your Employer, You May Still Have Time To Spend Your FSA Money from Last Year

Back in 2005, the Treasury Department changed the rules to allow employers to give workers until March 15 to spend their FSA money from the previous year. The idea was to avoid problems with workers not being able to get medical appointments in December, immediately before the old deadline. While employers aren’t required to extend the cutoff date for FSA expenses, many have. If you work for an employer that has an extended cutoff date for using your FSA, it’s important to know what expenses qualify for it. Read more from eSmart Tax.

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By: Lauryn on 2/5/2014 03:52:02 PM

Maximum Retirement Contributions

Save for retirement now and reap tax benefits.

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By: Lauryn on 2/3/2014 11:31:03 AM

E-file is Open

Important tax reminder:  Efile is now open.

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By: Lauryn on 1/31/2014 10:07:10 AM

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By: Lauryn on 1/27/2014 10:00:22 AM

Weekly Tax Inventory - 01-24-2014

This week in tax news: Yankee Tanaka's Contract and the chunk that goes to NY taxes, key tax changes for 2014, gay marriage and tax, plus so much more.

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By: Lauryn on 1/24/2014 03:32:54 PM

eSmart Tax FAQS: Can I Import My Tax Information From Last Year into The New eSmart Tax?

eSmart Tax FAQs:  Carrying information from last year into this year's return.

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By: Lauryn on 1/22/2014 02:40:00 AM

Will My Old Password Work in The New eSmart Tax?

eSMart Tax Frequently Asked Questions:  Logging In

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By: Lauryn on 1/21/2014 12:30:00 AM

Weekly Tax Inventory - 01-17-2014

 This week in tax news:  Changes to North Carolina state taxes confuse consumers

 

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By: Lauryn on 1/17/2014 11:07:54 AM

Tips For Taxpayers with Education Expenses

Education has often been seen as an investment for long-term benefits such as the ability to secure a lucrative career, advancement in society, and the means by which to gain a valuable skill-set. Additionally, education can also help people save on their taxes every year, at least in terms of money spent on higher education.


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By: Lauryn on 1/13/2014 10:24:49 AM

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