Tax Day Freebies for 2014

Yes, it’s Tax day once again, meaning there’s just hours left to file your income taxes, or file an extension. The official deadline that taxes should be done by (or before) is midnight on April 15, 2014, although there are plenty of individuals asking for extra time to get theirs in. By the way, the great news is that while most Americans are paying Uncle Same their dues, there are plenty of places looking to give out some nice “Tax day freebies.” They include Arby’s, Boston Market, Hard Rock Cafe and more. Read on for more info on a selection of services and sites to check out on Tuesday! [Read more…]

Tax Preparation Software Online Free and Paid Filing

Need a quick easy way to file your taxes this tax season? Check out these three user friendly, time saving online Tax Filing Websites.   Tax preparation software online can allow for both free and paid filing options.  Many of these sites give people additional features such as online chat or tax advisers.  As technology increases, it is becoming easier and easier for each person to file his own taxes. Using one of these three Tax Filing Websites can save much time and money. [Read more…]

IRS Income Tax 2011 Filing Date Deadline & Extension Form Info

When are income taxes due in 2011?  Taxes are usually due on or before the 15th of April following the tax year being filed for, but in 2011 they are due on April 18th.  This is due to the fact that Emancipation Day holiday happens to fall on the 15th this year.  Since taxes are due the 18th, that gives tax payers an extra 3 days to work with and fill out all of the necessary tax paperwork.  Post offices are usually open for extended hours on the day/night taxes are  due.  [Read more…]

Tax Day 2011 Delayed Due to Emancipation Day Holiday

While not an official holiday, Tax Day 2011 is quite important to people in the U.S. Most years taxes are due by April 15, but 2011 is different. This year, 2010 taxes are due by April 18,  which gives procrastinators a few more days to get those taxes in without having to pay penalties. [Read more…]