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21 Apr 19
Single Chick In Debt

Taxes Mortgage Student Loans Credit Cards Personal Contracts This is the order in which debts should be paid (according to TurboTax based on consequences of not paying)  Why is this important? No, I don’t plan on not paying off my debts because I’m a decent human adult but it’s because I owe taxes again.  It’s less […]

20 Apr 19
Yearning To Earning Money Online

Screw Surveys! Thanks for Joining me! So, If you have found yourself on my site, it’s because you’re either gonna vomit to have to fill out another boring survey, only to get “Congratulations! You Just Earned .10¢, if that much! If you do the math and time it takes to fill that crap out, not […]

19 Apr 19
mmcdonald77

The beneficence we might have enjoyed practicing with all our wealth and power… In the Apostolic Epistolum, quite possibly authentic and VERY early, the Apostles petition the Lord for the damned, even that they might simply cease to exist. But the soul being immortal, it looks like we are stuck with every moment of our […]

19 Apr 19
Capitol $hill

John Lewis is the closest Congress has to a real-life revolutionary. In his heyday, Lewis was one of the most influential civil rights leaders of the sixties. Before he was old enough to drink, he had desegregated the Nashville lunch counters. Only months later, he became one of the original Freedom Riders, where he stared […]

19 Apr 19
market outlook

Tax Software Market report 2018-2023 begins from overview of Industry Chain structure, and describes industry environment, then analyses market size and forecast of Tax Software by product, region and application, in addition, this report introduces market competition situation among the vendors and company profile, besides, market price analysis and value chain features are covered in this […]

18 Apr 19
TurboTax Blog Español

In June 2018 the IRS announced they were working on changes to the 1040 tax forms. The new 1040 form consolidates the three versions of the 1040 into one form. In addition to shortening Form 1040, the changes eliminate Forms 1040EZ and 1040A and increase the number of tax schedules supporting Form 1040 by six […]

18 Apr 19
Nic Dempsey

Happy Thursday! So it’s seems to me that Good Friday is not a day I want to be annoyed by the state of the world, it’s also a Bank Holiday in the UK so technically today is my Friday. So links go out today because that feels better. In case you missed  them; this week’s […]

17 Apr 19
News About IRS And Tax

In June 2018 the IRS announced they were working on changes to the 1040 tax forms. The new 1040 form consolidates the three versions of the 1040 into one form. In addition to shortening Form 1040, the changes eliminate Forms… Full Story Source: https://blog.turbotax.intuit.com/tax-reform/turbotax-1040-form-and-irs-schedules-interactive-tool-43678/

17 Apr 19
The TurboTax Blog
In June 2018 the IRS announced they were working on changes to the 1040 tax forms. The new 1040 form consolidates the three versions of the 1040 into one form. In addition to shortening Form 1040, the changes eliminate Forms 1040EZ and 1040A and increase the number of tax schedules supporting Form 1040 by six additional forms.  You are most likely already done with your taxes and TurboTax doesn’t make you know tax forms or tax laws so you probably didn’t notice any changes when you filed with TurboTax, but we want to keep you informed about the new Form 1040 and the six new schedules.  Check out our cool interactive that lets you click on your profile and see what forms apply to you. *This interactive only refers to the new 1040 and new schedules.  Your tax return may also include additional schedules like schedule A for itemized tax deductions. Don’t worry about knowing tax forms or tax laws.  TurboTax has you covered.  TurboTax will ask you simple questions about you and give you the tax deductions and credits you’re eligible for and put your information on the correct forms based on your entries.  If you have tax questions, you can connect live via one-way video to a TurboTax Live CPA or Enrolled Agent with an average 15 year’s experience to get your tax questions answered. TurboTax Live CPAs and Enrolled Agents are available in English and Spanish and can also review, sign, and file your tax return.
17 Apr 19
Thrive Global
Everyone can afford to dedicate more time to organizing their finances. However, it can be difficult to do on your own. Just like how there is a variety of great options when selecting a credit card, the same can be said of personal finance apps. These apps help users save money, spend responsibly and manage their investments. Whether you simply need help creating a sustainable budget or managing your bills, there’s an app for that. But not every app is worth a download. Many of them are clunky, confusing and unreliable. If you need help deciding which personal finance apps are worth checking out, consider downloading one of these five incredible apps. Mint Mint may very well be the most recognizable personal finance app on the market and for good reason. It’s free, easy to use and gives you a complete picture of your financial well-being at any given time. Brought to us by Intuit, the company responsible for TurboTax and QuickBooks, Mint helps users track spending habits, create a budget, view their credit score and more. You can link all of your bank accounts, credit card accounts and monthly bills. The app will notify you when bills are due, when you are approaching your spending limits and when your credit score has been updated. On top of that, after analyzing your spending, Mint will give you free financial advice to help you stay on top of your finances. For these reasons, Mint has long been considered the gold standard for personal finance apps. You Need a Budget You Need a Budget (YNAB) has developed a very loyal following due to its ability to help users plan and manage an effective budget. Unlike many of the other apps on this list, YNAB is not free. After its 34-day trial period, it costs $84/year. YNAB revolves around the idea that every dollar you make should have a purpose. Whether it be bill payment, debt management, living expenses or saving, YNAB encourages users to make a plan for any money that they earn. YNAB is much more hands-on than other apps, as it wants users to actively manage their budget. You can still track your spending by linking accounts, but you have to manually categorize every transaction. The app even includes access to live lessons with instructors to help users learn new savings and budgeting techniques. You Need a Budget boasts that new users save an average of over $6,000 in their first year—making it a great option for people who need to get their finances in order. Prism Prism helps users pay and manage their bills from one location. You can link your financial accounts and your bills for easy tracking. Prism automatically tracks balances and due dates from more than 11,000 billers across the United States. This includes everything from big banks to small utility companies that you may not be able to find on other apps. Thanks to this wide selection, Prism is one of the best apps available for bill management. You simply link your accounts and wait for the app to notify you when payments are due. You can then pay your bills directly from the app itself. Prism makes it easy to make payments on time without having to utilize multiple apps. PocketGuard PocketGuard is one of the best budgeting apps available for users in need of simplicity. If you want an app that simply lets you know how much money you have left to spend after your required expenses and savings contributions, then PocketGuard is the perfect fit for you. You can link your accounts and enter savings goals. PocketGuard will crunch the numbers and tell you how much is left on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. If you do want a more detailed budget, you can still track categories like grocery shopping and dining out. This app is a great option for users who would prefer a hands-off approach to budgeting. Personal Capital Personal Capital is an investment and wealth management app with a variety of useful and unique features. Aside from your spending accounts, Personal Capital helps manage your assets and investments. Users can track by account, security and asset class. Using a combination of artificial intelligence and human financial advisors, the app helps you identify opportunities for portfolio diversification and allocation. It can also help you find hidden fees that you may not be aware of. The app itself is free to use; however, you do have to pay a fee if you invest with the company. Personal Capital is a great app for users whose needs extend beyond budgeting to managing and optimizing their investments. Thanks to these five amazing apps, organizing your finances has never been easier. Whatever your needs are, these apps will help you budget, save and manage your money more effectively.
17 Apr 19
TurboTax Blog Español

The tax deadline has come and gone unless of course, you filed a tax extension. If you missed the tax deadline and didn’t file your taxes or an extension, here are a few steps you can take to get your taxes done. File as Soon as You Can If you owe money, you’ll want to […]

17 Apr 19

[ad_1] Flat-fee brokerage Reali announced Wednesday that it has acquired a loan company and is launching its own, in-house mortgage service. Reali Loans, as the new service has been dubbed, is the result of the company’s acquisition of Lenda, a mortgage startup with a tech platform that streamlines the lending process. In a statement, Reali said […]

17 Apr 19
Life as a Millennial Tech. Ambassador

Today is tax day in Maine. This is also an important date in my own digital literacy and financial literacy education. Despite being raised in a broken home, I was blessed to have learned valuable skills that have benefited me as an adult. Especially, in my current role. One of the classes I teach as […]

17 Apr 19
A (or One) Skeptic

Like a lot of the rest of you, I did my taxes and finished them up on Monday. I wasn’t quite sure what they would look like because last year I bought a two-family house, and now I have tenants but also a new mortgage. I used TurboTax Home & Business, like I always do. […]

17 Apr 19
Volatile Money

Here are possible rewards and risks of allowing TurboTax to share your information. from rss_headline http://bit.ly/2GkoFuj via IFTTT