Top Five Reasons To Adjust Your Withholding

Your withholding is the amount of money you have taken out of each paycheck to apply toward income taxes.  When your taxes are filed at the end of the year, any amount that the Internal Revenue Service withheld is credited toward your tax bill.  I, like many others, am unable to afford my own certified public accountant, and just hope that  the amount withdrawn from my income will match up to the total taxes I owe.  Usually that isn’t the case, but luckily, up until this point, I’ve only overpaid and earned a refund back from the IRS.  Those who underpay end up getting a stiff bill, and may end up having to pay penalties as well.

According to the IRS, the average individual tax refund in 2012 was $2700.  That calculates out to an average individual overpayment to the IRS of $225 per month.  I have learned through a … Read the rest “Top Five Reasons To Adjust Your Withholding”

Innovations For Turbo Tax

Innovations For Turbo Tax 2013

Professional accounting can help business owners save time and resources, and the Turbo Tax 2013 CPA Select edition by Intuit may be the ideal solution for tax filing season. Small businesses and tax filers needing a modest amount of assistance may benefit from this innovative online service, and the potential financial savings may be apparent quickly. Connecting with certified public accountants, tax attorneys, and federally authorized tax practitioners may be easier than ever with this Turbo Tax 2013 edition, and the CPA Select 2013 program may eliminate the logistics and stress that may be associated with proper tax filing.

Many consumers are familiar with the helpful QuickBooks software offered by Intuit, and their latest tax service offering is in keeping with the ease of use that is characteristic of many Intuit consumer products and services. CPA Select 2013 is designed to be a straightforward approach … Read the rest “Innovations For Turbo Tax”