End of Year Tax Tips
Have you wondered how much you’ve overpaid in taxes this year? If so, you likely want to do all you can to get as big a refund (or pay as little) as possible. As we inch closer to the end of 2018, now is the time to review what moves can and should be made during the last few weeks of the year. It’s not too late to make financial moves that can increase your refund! Take control and be proactive with this list of eight tax tips for your 2018 tax return
Select a Tax Pro
Tax filing is complicated. Finding a professional tax preparer should be at the top of your list to make sure you get the most from your return. You want a Tax Pro that is well-versed in…
Jackson Hewitt Training Courses
Taxes aren’t easy by any standard, which is why there’s a strong market for skilled tax preparers. Hardworking American taxpayers need people to help them through the filing process – to turn the complex into the simple.
When you take Jackson Hewitt’s Basic Tax Preparation Course, you’ll be learning a valuable skill set, one you can use to start a fulfilling, rewarding career as a tax preparer.
Received a Notice or Letter from the IRS? We Can Help
Receiving any correspondence from the IRS can instantly strike fear in the heart of most. You have to admit that one would naturally get a little nervous when you see that the Treasury department wants to have a word with you. In this moment you don’t want to become overcome with panic, you want to prepare! Millions of taxpayers get IRS notices saying there may be an issue or error and you may owe additional tax, including penalties and interest. Just because you get a notice doesn’t mean that it’s correct
While fear is a completely normal reaction, here are four steps every taxpayer should follow if they receive an IRS notice or letter:
Open the letter RIGHT AWAY.
Don’t delay in opening and reading the correspondence. The notice will state the following:…
IRS reveals new postcard-size 1040 tax form
The IRS revealed a new postcard-sized tax filing form, following through on the Trump administration’s promise to roll out a smaller version. Mark Steber, chief tax officer at Jackson Hewitt, tells Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith why it just makes your taxes more complex.
Confused About Tax Reform? Top Tips You Need to Know
Concerned about the how tax reform changes will impact your tax return? You’re not alone. The biggest tax reform in 30 years is promising simplification, but it may not be that simple for many Americans. Jackson Hewitt® wants you to know the top things about tax reform that may impact you
No personal or dependent exemptions – Don’t panic; this doesn’t mean your taxes will automatically go up. It just means you won’t be able to claim exemptions for yourself or your dependents on your tax 2018 returns starting this year. Come in and ask a Tax Pro about built-in new tax benefits such as the increased child tax credit, new other dependents credit, increased standard deduction and a reduction in tax rates.
Lower tax rates
Double the standard deduction – In all…
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