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IRS Extends 2019 Tax Deadline

The deadline for taxpayers to file their federal taxes this year is July 15, 2020. ExpressTaxRefund.com is able to assist all customers in filing a detailed return before the deadline. The IRS usually demands that all returns be filed prior to April 15, unless that day falls on a weekend or holiday. Taxpayers now have […]

Advice on Faster Tax Refunds

The best and fastest way to get a tax refund is to have it electronically deposited for free into a financial account. The IRS program is called direct deposit. Taxpayers can use it to deposit their  tax refunds. Eight out of 10 taxpayers get their refunds by using Direct Deposit. It is simple, safe and […]

ExpressTaxRefund.com Prepares for Extended 2018 Tax Deadline

This year, the deadline for taxpayers to file their federal taxes is Tuesday, April 17th. ExpressTaxRefund.com is ready to help all customers file an accurate return before the deadline. Generally, the IRS requires all returns to be filed before April 15th, unless that day falls on a weekend or holiday. In these cases, the deadline […]

Federal Income Tax Return Deadline Extended

Taxpayers have a little extra time to file their federal tax return this year. The 2016 income tax deadline has been extended until April 18, 2017, meaning all taxpayers have until that date to file their federal returns without penalty. Generally, all federal income tax returns are due on April 15th, and many states also […]

2015 Tax Return Deadline Extension

The final two weeks of tax season are generally the busiest, as taxpayers rush to complete required tax returns before the looming deadline. This year, due to the observance of holidays at the federal level (and in some cases state level), the IRS has extended the tax deadline until April 18th, 2016. This is a […]

Advice on Child and Dependent Care Credit

Many taxpayers require a little extra help when it comes to taking care of their dependents. Those who hire professional care for their disabled relatives or childcare for their children younger than 13, so they can work may be eligible to recoup their expenses through the Child and Dependent Care Credit. This tax credit is […]

Advice on Education Tax Credits

Education tax credits can reduce taxes owed dollar for dollar. Both the American Opportunity Credit and the Lifetime Learning Credit may be claimed for education expenses including tuition, fees, textbooks, supplies, and equipment required for classes. Expenses such as student insurance, transportation to the educational institution, and personal expenses cannot be claimed for the purposes of either credit. American […]

Tips on Claiming the Child and Dependent Care Credit

If someone has paid for the professional care of a disabled adult dependent, or if he/she has paid for childcare for a qualifying dependent child who was 12 years of age or younger, he/she is probably eligible to receive a significant tax credit – the Child and Dependent Care Credit. This tax credit can earn someone – […]

Advice on Claiming Dependents on One’s Tax Return

Claiming dependents – whether children or adult relatives – on someone’s tax return can provide significant tax benefits to him/her. Each qualifying dependent someone claims is an additional personal exemption. Qualifying dependents of the correct age and relationship to someone may also make him/her eligible for a number of different tax credits, which can save him/her money dollar-for-dollar. These […]

Advice on How to Choose One’s Filing Status

Tax rates and the standard deduction amount that someone can take, are both based primarily upon the tax filing status that he/she chooses. Someone’s filing status depends upon his/her marital status on the last day of the tax year, as well as whether or not he/she has a qualifying dependent (for Head of Household status). […]