Dum Dum Da Dum Dum Da Dum Da Dum Da Dum! IRS feels like the grim reaper calling for your impending doom. And tax day feels like judgment day. With less than 48 business hours to go until the April 18th deadline, it’s important for people to realize that tax season should not have to be so stressful and daunting. As a matter of fact, tax preparation can be done at a low cost and sometimes even free! MaxWell Medical is providing you with four cost effective ways to do your taxes!
4 Cost Effective Ways to do Taxes
1. NEW Accountants
Hundreds of tax offices such as Max Kleynburd & Co. open yearly. As part of their grand opening promotion, they will often offer your first return for free!
2. Volunteer Tax Preparers
The IRS has initiated a program for volunteers to help assist citizens prepare their taxes, most often at the local senior citizen center. Call and find a center located in your area.
3. NYC + H&R Block = $29
Once again, this year the city is partnering up with H&R Block to offer yet another low-cost option. Families making under $41,000 can contact the city for a coupon that will allow them to get their taxes prepared for $29.
4. Mail It In
The last option is available to the public and your taxes can be completed for no cost. You can prepare and e-file your federal return for free. Although it may take you a little longer to receive your refund, the state and IRS will file your taxes for you for no additional charge
The IRS doesn’t have to feel like the big bad wolf. By using these five helpful tips, you can be well prepared to file your taxes.
5 Tax Tips for Next Year
1. Don’t procrastinate or delay it.
2. Label, organize, and save your receipts in Ziploc bags throughout the year.
3. File your return electronically.
4. Don’t panic or feel stressed out.
5. If you have to pay, don’t ignore, have a payment plan set up.
Now that you’re armed with the right tools to file your taxes, next year you’ll be well equipped to fight off the scary people at the IRS. MaxWell Medical wants you to FILE EFFICIENTLY!