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

Weekly Tax Inventory - 1-10-2014

This week in tax news: Identity theft increased in 2013, tax reform unlikely to be addressed by Congress, Obama's tax incentives, and more.

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By: Lauryn on 1/10/2014 02:17:37 PM

Moving Forward: Healthcare Reform and Your Taxes

From the beginning, the proposed changes to insurance and the initial release of the Affordable Care Act have been hotly contested. There have been several changes to healthcare reform and taxes. Keeping abreast of changes, updates, and how they affect consumer taxes can get overwhelming but the healthcare reform and its affects can be understood with a little information.

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By: Lauryn on 1/9/2014 11:05:13 AM

Referesher: The Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act, endearingly known throughout the media and politics as Obamacare, was designed to increase the quality, availability and affordability of health insurance for all Americans. By expanding Medicaid eligibility and creating state-based insurance exchanges where individuals and small businesses can purchase health insurance plans, the Affordable Care Act could put consumers in charge of their own health care.

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By: Lauryn on 1/8/2014 11:29:12 AM

The New eSmart Tax Experience: A Sleek, Refreshing Appeal

Since eSmart Tax’s beginnings in 2006, we’ve made great strides to change the way you prepare your taxes online.  Today, we released a shiny, sleek, and clean new system to enhance your tax experience.  We’ve listened to your feedback, comments, and questions and developed our brand new interface around your needs.  The new eSmart Tax is our way of bridging the gap between boring tax requirements and the features that you value in a web-based application. 

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By: Lauryn on 1/3/2014 02:28:19 PM

After-Holiday Expense Relief

Now that the last of the tree ornaments have been tucked away into the garage, it's time to think about ways to get back on track with your expenses. Experiencing some after-holiday relief not only means taking a break from sweets and other baked goods.  It may mean a slight makeover of your budget and lifestyle choices.  While it may take some time to get back into more conscientious spending and enjoy your after holiday relief, it can be a smoother transition into the new year with some helpful tips:

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By: Lauryn on 1/2/2014 12:10:00 PM

Money-Saving Resolutions for The New Year

While the holidays are time for family and good cheer, they also often are a time for over indulgence and poor spending. The new year is a time to wipe the slate clean and rededicate yourself to better spending habits. This New Year's Eve, make the resolution to make these simple changes to increase savings accounts and cut back on non-essentials.

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By: Lauryn on 1/2/2014 02:32:03 PM

Financial Frights to Watch Out For

8 Financial money-saving tips to watch out for.

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By: Lauryn on 10/28/2013 11:41:05 AM

IRS Audit Giving You Nightmares? Rest Your Fears – eSmart Tax Has FREE CPA Audit Assistance

Afraid the IRS is going to come addressed as a cute little kid and scream “This is no trick or treat. This is an IRS audit!” at your doorstep? Don’t be. If you filed with eSmart Tax, you can use our complimentary CPA Audit Assistance service to chat with a CPA about your situation.

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By: Lauryn on 10/23/2013 12:45:00 AM

Weekly Tax Inventory - 10/18/2013

This week in tax news: Government reopens, Role of Medicare in the debate, consequences of the budget deal and more...

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By: Lauryn on 10/18/2013 12:17:19 PM

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