Do you still take your simple tax return to a CPA or a professional tax preparer? Don’t their high preparation fees seem excessive? The fact of the matter is that many individuals qualify to file taxes for free, but are still intimidated by the concept of taxes.
A few years back, I could understand this apprehension. But today, there is no reason to feel that way. Tax preparation software has become so intuitive and technologically advanced, it can literally prepare your return for you.
It hasn’t been easy, but you finally gathered the necessary income tax forms to file your taxes online. However, you now begin to have second thoughts about this entire process that so many are raving about.
The prior year, your cousin who lives down the street, filed your tax returns for you, using some software program he bought at the local mall. You remember the large refunds that you were counting on to pay down some credit card bills, and how long you had to wait for the IRS check to arrive in the mail. As a matter of fact, it took over two months because your cousin had you file your taxes by paper copy to the IRS and your state.
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Many individuals, who would otherwise qualify to file taxes for free, are still bringing their tax information to their local accountant. Usually, this is because they have significant apprehension and are intimidated by the entire tax filing process.
As an example, on our website, if your income falls into the amount specified by the Internal Revenue Service to qualify for a Form 1040EZ, your federal return is FREE.
There’s absolutely no reason to take that type of tax return to an accountant to prepare, and then pay a much higher fee that can start at $150.00 and up. With us, you can file taxes for free that covers your federal return and then only a small fee for your state return.
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Posted: January 24, 2013 Under: Income Tax By: Gust Lenglet
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