Welcome to the February 7, 2012 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this issue we have an article by Gregory Stokes on not Missing The Tax Credits Income Deadline. Mark Roberts takes a look at How To Choose The Right Filing Status. Plus there’s a post on Making 401k Withdrawals by Roger White. Hope you enjoy the articles, share, bookmark, tweet, like on Facebook, and come back real soon.
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The average 1040EZ filer is someone who earns less than $100,000, is under the age of 65, has no dependents, does not own a home, and does not qualify for most taxable credits. Tax filing using turbo tax is easy for this kind of person. One of their electronic filing applications, called SnapTax, can help these people file their taxes in as little as ten to fifteen minutes.
For a person using SnapTax, they can use the application straight from their phone by using a smart phone to capture a picture of their files. An optical reader will then import … Read the rest