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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – April 15, 2013

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Welcome to the April 15, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this final edition for the 2013 tax season we have a number of good articles beginning with one from John Schmoll on last minute tax deductions for those that still need to file. Bill Smith has a post on the popularity of Turbo Tax for online tax filing. And if you are wondering the status of your tax refund since you have already filed and not seen a check from the IRS in the mailbox, KC Beavers covers finding the status of your refund in a great piece. … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Jackson Hewitt’s Tax Advice For Recent College Graduates

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Jackson Hewitt’s Tax Advice For Recent College Graduates

Jackson Hewitt operates around the country and offers various tax services for taxpayers. With that in mind, millions of people file their state and federal income returns annually. This company helps many of those very individuals on a regular basis while competing with TurboTax 2013. Recently, Jackson Hewitt released its biggest tax tips for college graduates. Recent graduates often make some big mistakes on their returns that are more than avoidable.

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For instance, most students can deduct their student loan interest on their return. Only … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Most Taxpayers Don’t Cheat

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Most Taxpayers Don’t Cheat

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If you are racing to get your taxes done by the April 15 deadline, you are not alone. Millions of Americans will file their taxes this year, and more than ever will file taxes online. One of the most common misconceptions about tax filing is that everyone cheats on their taxes. Studies have shown, however, that the majority of Americans are against cheating on taxes.

Who Cheats on Taxes?

Surprisingly few people cheat on their taxes. Aside from the big news stories about … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Higher Mortgage Rates?

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Higher Mortgage Rates In 2013?

The news that renters and home buyers do not want to hear is that 2013 will almost certainly see higher housing costs, higher rents and various mortgage fees.

This year also sees the introduction of several new mortgage regulations, and anyone applying for a mortgage will potentially be affected by these.

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English: Sign of the times – Foreclosure (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you apply for a FHA mortgage and have a lower down payment, you will have higher rates for your mortgage insurance.

In an ongoing effort to add to its reserves, the FHA (Federal … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

IRS Tax Lawyer Due Diligence

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IRS Tax Lawyer Due Diligence

Tax attorneys can help people with IRS problems. The IRS is always willing to work with the tax payer to get issues resolved. But most people need professional representation because of the complex rules and regulations involved in most tax matters. An experienced irs tax lawyer will have a complete understanding of the applicable rules and regulations as well as the internal workings of the IRS. The typical tax payer that tries to go it alone will spend a lot of time talking to people at the IRS and get nothing … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Tax Carnival Ecstasy – December 18, 2012

The IRS Tapes: Who'll Buy My Memories?

The IRS Tapes: Who’ll Buy My Memories? (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Welcome to the December 18, 2012 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with a Mortgage Interest Deduction 101 class from HouseMouse. Bill Smith takes a look at some Money Saving Tax Filing Tips for this upcoming tax season. And finally John Schmoll looks at Rebalancing Your Portfolio the careful way. Hope you enjoy the carnival, bookmark, share, like on Facebook, tweet on Twitter and follow the carnival next time.

Gregory Arnold presents Help With Rent Money – Online Cash Loans Can Help Cover Rent posted at … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

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