TaxACT Can Make Filing Your Taxes Easy

TaxACT Can Make Filing Your Taxes Easy

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If you have ever dreaded the coming tax season due to the complicated and often confusing paper work that comes along with it, you need to try TaxACT. TaxACT can handle all of your tax forms for you while you simply answer some simplistic questionnaire style questions. Even complex tax returns such as 1040 with Schedules such as C, D, E, and F are handled the same simple way, and it does not cost a thing!

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With TaxACT you do not have to download or store any programs. You simply log in to the site and start answering the simple questions. Any time you feel like you want a break, log out. Your information will be right where you left it when you return. Your information will also carry over from year to year so if your personal information does not change, you do not have to worry about re-entering it. Not only that, but TaxACT can even import your tax information if you have filed with another company in the previous year.

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Use your Home Office as a Tax Deduction

Use your Home Office as a Tax Deduction in 2009

There are certain requirements but if you work from home and have an office in the home, you can deduct the space along with your other business expenses on your 2008 tax filing. There are types of use needed to be able to take this very helpful business deduction. First, you use the space exclusively and regularly for your business. Or two, you use the space as storage for business inventory on a regular basis.

Deduction Computation and Reporting

The deduction is a percentage of your overall home expenses based on the square footage of the office divided by the total square footage of your home. If you operate your business with a loss than your expenses will be limited. To report the tax deduction complete form 8829 and transfer the deduction to your Schedule C line 30.