If you're thinking about filing your taxes early, you're not alone. The first date you can send in your tax return is coming up next week, and with holiday bills to pay off, more people than ever will be jumping on it. If you file next week, you can expect your refund in early February.
With all of the tax law changes we've been waiting to see how that impacts refunds this year, and out of the 53 million refunds issued so far, the IRS says the average refund is a few dollars higher than last year. What people are spending refunds on may surprise you.
Tax refunds are fun money, right? It depends on how you define "fun." It might surprise you what most people are planning to do with the tax refund this year.
And if you're still looking for free tax help in Tyler, this is where you can find it.
Despite stories about delays with refunds this year, most of the experts seem to think you'll get your tax refund within 21 days of the time you file. And if taxes stress you out, you may be able to get some free help in Tyler.
Here comes that tax deadline, which means it's peak demand time and accountants might be charging more than they did earlier in the tax season. It's true.
But overall,Texans are a lot better off than people in other states when it comes to taxes.
One of the few joys of tax preparation is making deductions and watching your bill from Uncle Sam get lower and lower.
Here's a list of five expenses that might be tempting to deduct, but are strictly forbidden by the IRS.