eSmart Tax Blogs- Posts Tagged with Taxtips

Tax Tips for Last-Minute Filers: Remember to Check Your Filing Status.

Your filing status impacts the amount of tax liability you may have to pay.

Posted To: The Daily Deduction
By: Lauryn on 4/13/2014 12:30:00 AM

These Tax Credits Could Reduce Your Tax Liability

Tax tips to reduce your tax liability.

Posted To: The Daily Deduction
By: Lauryn on 4/12/2014 12:50:00 AM

Down to the Wire: Clutch Moves to Make For Business Owners

As a small business owner or self-employed individual, your

business puts you in a position to make some sweet money-saving moves to reduce

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Posted To: The Daily Deduction
By: Lauryn on 4/9/2014 01:50:00 AM

In the Deadline Rush? Tax Tips to Bring The Ball Back Into Your Court and Kill The Clock

As tax time runs out, the stress-level intensifies as we all struggle to get those returns in before the deadline.  The pressure can be too great and cause many filers to make easily-avoidable errors. There’s 11 days left to file on time.  Before you file, make sure you take advantage of these tax tips so you can turn the chaos of tax season into a victory for you.

Posted To: The Daily Deduction
By: Lauryn on 4/4/2014 02:15:00 AM

Tax Moves for Small Business Owners

As a business owner, this is the time you realize that bookkeeping records, business transaction receipts and other important paperwork indicate that they have to pay more than you expected. To help you and your business come out on top, take some time to analyze these tax deductions and incentives.

Posted To: The Daily Deduction
By: Lauryn on 3/5/2014 06:20:00 AM

Who Can I Claim as a Dependent?

eSmart Tax FAQs:  Who can I claim as a dependent?

Posted To: The Daily Deduction
By: Lauryn on 2/19/2014 10:16:50 AM

When must you file a paper return?

Well, here it is, that dreaded season of the year called, “Tax Time”.  That’s like saying, “Here comes Trouble, with a capital ‘T’”, right?  So, you gather up all of your paperwork.  You know, like your W-2’s, your 1099’s from your bank or broker, your 1098-T from your school, and, oh yeah, your kids’ Social Security cards.  Then, you load all of that stuff up into your wheelbarrow (well, not really, but it feels like that, doesn’t it?), and you trudge into your local Liberty Tax office to file your tax return.  Your preparer diligently asks you questions about your last name and your kids’ last names, if different, and asks questions for Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) purposes.

Posted To: The Greenhornet Blog
By: The Greenhornet Blog on 2/17/2014 09:30:00 AM

Maximum Retirement Contributions

Save for retirement now and reap tax benefits.

Posted To: The Daily Deduction
By: Lauryn on 2/3/2014 11:31:03 AM

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