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Your Complete Guide to Tax Season

February 19, 2019 5:53 pm

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The deadline to submit your tax return is Monday, April 15. Whether this is your first tax season or your fortieth, it can feel a little overwhelming to file your return. Luckily, we’ve already written a few guides to getting through the tax process as painlessly as possible. Follow along and we’ll point you in the right direction.


Get Organized

To do your taxes, you’ll likely need more than just your W-2. Want to know what personal information to gather before starting your return? Read our step-by-step guide to filing and you’ll be prepared for anything.


Know Your Resources

You don’t need to pay an accountant to do your taxes. There are plenty of free tax resources you can use. And even if you find yourself procrastinating until the last minute, you can always file for an extension.


Use Those Tax Credits

Did you know that tax credits can save you hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars every year? View our guide to tax credits to see if any apply to you, and make sure you get every penny you’re due.



Still feeling stressed about taxes? Check out our tips to stay calm until your refund comes in. You only have to deal with taxes once a year, and you can totally handle it!


Hopefully these guides will help make your taxes a little more manageable. We’re wishing you an easy tax season and a quick refund!

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