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Filing Taxes

Every year, everyone who makes money in the U.S. must fill out a tax return and file it with the IRS by April 15th. The process inspires dread among anyone who performs this task without the help of an accountant. The forms are complicated, and the definitions of terms like “dependent” and “exemption” can be difficult to understand. This section has articles that review the definitions of these words and many more. It also has an explanation of the entire tax process: from choosing the right forms to picking the right deductions to sending your completed return to the IRS. Additionally, the articles review what to do if you cannot finish your return on time.

Learn About Filing Taxes

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