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I really need to receive my income taxes ASAP. I would like to E-File. I heard that direct deposit is the fastest way and generally takes about 10 days to come back to you. I'm trying to figure out the best way to do this. I am thinking of opening a bank account with Bank of America. (The CampusEdge account type). I just have a few questions about all of this. 1.) Does my idea sound good? 2.) Is there any other way for me to get my taxes back fast? 3.) Is there a free E Filing? 4.) Is Direct Deposit free? Thanks =)
Here you go- 1.) It's a great idea. 2.) You could have someone like HR Block or Jackson Hewett do your taxes and they can give you a "refund check" on the spot. The only problem is that it will cost you a flat fee or a percentage of your return. (In my opinion, it's your money, why pay someone else to give it to you?) 3.) There are plenty of free e-filing options nowadays. You can even go to the IRS web site and fill out you taxes on a fill in form the e-file straight from there. A better option, if you aren't sure how to fill in the forms, is to choose the "I need help with taxes" feature of the free file from the IRS. Just go to "irs.gov". from the main page click on "Individual" in the upper left corner. Then click on "Free File Home- Your Link To Federal Online Filing". (It is the 3rd link under the picture) On the Free File Homepage click on "Help Me Find A Company". Answer the questions it asks and it will give you a list of online companies where you can do your taxes and e-file your Federal Return for free. (Some of the companies might even do your State Return e-file for free. You need to read the descriptions of each one before you choose a company. Most of the companies will do the Federal for free but will charge extra for the State e-file.) 4.) I have never heard of a bank charging someone if they want Direct Deposit. If you open a bank account and have a Direct Deposit, they will most likely waive the monthly fee for an account and/or give yo9u free checks or some other perk. (If you meant if it costs anything to have your Tax Return Direct Deposited, then no. The IRS and/or State Return won't charge you for a return to be Direct Deposited. The bank won't charge you. If you do choose to pick a company to do your taxes online by going to the IRS website, there is another advantage. Next year you can do the same thing. Go to the IRS website and choose the same company as this year. That way they have all of your previous years information stored and can be imported automatically if needed. This is the best time to file also. I have had my Direct Deposit Return back in as little as 6 days in the past. Good Luck
What stimulus check? the stimulus check was only for the tax return filed for 2007. If you have received the refund in your bank account, and don' t have any outstanding checks on the old account, or expecting direct deposits anymore, then you could close the account.
1. yes, but you don't already have a bank account? 2. not that i know of 3. yes, there's free e-filing, there are different requirements for qualifying for it though. Check out www.irs.gov/efile. Next to where is says individual file there's a link to free e-file and you can choose what company to go through. 4. yes, direct deposit is free. that's how I get my tax return back every year. :)
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You cannot get your actual Federal Tax Return. That is issued from the U.S. Treasury. If you go to H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt, Liberty etc (even on-line), you may be eligible for a gawd-awful high interest loan against you anticipated refund. Good luck
Tax return loans are a rip off! Besides, you can have your refund within two weeks if you e-file and use direct deposit! Simply e-file and get it over with. Next year, file as soon as you get all of your W-2's in! You'll get your refund back so fast, that your head will spin... Also, check out the following link to find out how you can save money on your filing expenses this year!
Not really. There are a number of firms that will prepare your taxes and give you a high-fee, high-interest short term loan for the amount of your refund. You'll pay a lot for that, since you'd get your refund in a couple weeks anyway without paying extra if you have it direct-deposited. But whether to try for the loan or not is obviously your call.
Some of the tax prep mills can get you a refund anticipation loan in a couple of days. But you'll pay some outrageously high interest rates for it -- upwards of 2,533% APR! Nobody is going to give you cash, and nobody is going to get it to you today. BTW, you don't "get" a return, you file a return. You might get a REFUND if you've overpaid your taxes, but the return is the thing you send to the IRS.
Even if you file directly with irs.gov, it will still take about two weeks to receive a direct deposit, and that is the fastest way. Some companies will give you a partial loan against your refund, but they require a large fee to do this.
Only the Treasury Department can give you your actual refund. There are many places that will offer a loan against your expected refund. The rates are high enough that you are better off getting a cash advance on your credit card. I've known bounced checks to be less expensive.
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Ok I went and filed my taxes on the 31st, I just recieved my taxes two days ago, they told me I was only getting 1050, on my jackson hewitt smartcard the next morning was 3150. Ok so I went and took it off my card (it did not really come to me as a surprise because I got the same amount last year the 3150) then yesterday they emailed saying I owed them almost 2100 dollars. How can they do this to me? I also recieved my state taxes today which was the wrong amount on jackson hewitt again instead of 150, I recieved 215 which they took from me because of my negative account. I have all the documents on w hat was credited to my card and how long it took them to realize their mistake. What can I do? I paid mostly bills, I still have a good chunk left but what can they do to me? I don't want to go to jail or have this on my credit because of their mistake. Please no bashing!
HOW? Does it really matter? If they gave you too large of a refund anticipation loan, they are free to demand immediate repayment. Read the contract you signed.
It happened to my friend last week, she gave it back she got 3000 too much, they will pursue you for this you wont be able to run from them they have all your infomation and if you dont pay it they will garnish your wages and put in a lien for next years tax refund if you have it just give it back and avoid the headache if you dont let them know, maybe you can make payments but i doubt it.
So, you knew you were supposed to get $1050 and when you got more, you happily and quickly spent it even though you KNEW it wasn't your money. Sheesh. Of course you will get sued and it will ruin your credit. It was NEVER your money.
They will tell you how to return the money. It's not yours so obviously it must go back.
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You can't receive your refund as quick as you might with tax services like H&R Block or Jackson Hewitt. However, if you e-file you may be able to get your refund in as little as 9 days with direct deposit. The irs website, www.irs.gov, provides a list of what you can use to file for free. But a word of caution, H&R block are not just giving you your refund. It is actually called a Refund Anticipation Loan. And it is a very high interest rate and short term loan secured by your expected refund. So, if something were to go wrong with your return, or it was delayed, you would still have to pay back H&R block what they loaned you plus penalty fees.
I've used Turbo Tax for the pass 3 years, and when I file electronically, I receive my return in a little over a week for $27.
No. You can enter your bank account info on your return for a faster refund. H&R block charges money for a quick refund that in my opinion is not worth it if you can wait a while.
No, that is why people go to H&R Block. For the instant money or next day money.
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If you are eligible, you will receive your stimulus check via postal mail. Block uses several banks. The bank deducted their fees from your own refund, then let block have it. Block ripped you off also and you will receive a much smaller refund than if you had done your taxes on line or gone to an enrolled agent. You would only have had to wait 1-8 business days for the State {except NY} and 10-12 business days from the IRS to wire in to your bank account, brokerage account or IRA account. Besides the sheer incompetency of block, jackson-hewitt, block doesn't even look out for the interest of the taxpayer. I learned that the hard way many years ago and the testimonials of my friends, peers and hundreds whom have patronized HR ripoff have confirmed my worst suspicions. Moreover: H&R Block has to fold up their operation. Firstly, the firm is not to print the SS# of the client on any of the Tax software they send out. Secondly, they are not to exploit the poor primarily with these refund anticipation loans - RALs. Not only were they never necessary, they are not ethical. The interest rate annualized - especially when you add the fees and figure them in - is outrageous. Senator Schumer testified that it is as high as 1700% APR. In addition, it is unwise to do what boiler room shyster preparers do. Their motivation violates IRS ethics, Block should not want to be associated with such unconscionable shenanagans. In the case of refund anticipation loans, the motivation is NOT to help the client. The client is seldom informed that he/she may be turned down for the loan due to a government agency seizure or the IRS wanting to examine the return. That means you pay the ERO and bank fees in vain. Here's a couple that may be decent: Free1040now, TurboTax and FreeTaxUSA. I used Tax-act for the first time. It is slow; you have to backtrack a bit if you want to change a business or capital gain/loss entry, for example. But it is free so long as you only do the Federal and ignore all the advertisements to get "deluxe" and Lasser help. Unless you are in a complicated tax situation, you do not need expensive software. I found this out the hard way. One thing to watch out for is those refund anticipation loans: Don't do it. What they do is USURY and should be illegal. These "emerald" loans are just as unscrupulous as the whole life insurance companies. Instead of being remorseful and ceasing to attempt to bleed the public, they came out with universal life. An out and out "stick 'em up! Now, Block with their refund anticipation loans, instead of ceasing such things, have come out with the "emerald loans". They want to trap you in to having no choice but to return to them. That's the same as whole life insurance. I heard more prospective clients tell me "I've put too much in to it. I can't get out". Same scenario. So don't go to Block. Here are testimonials: "If you got an emerald advance line done from them in December probably yes {you're trapped in to returning to that outfit}. If you can, do not go to H&R Block this year. My sister got an advance done in December and she paid through the teeth this tax season. She paid almost double what she did in 2006. Also, they are not issuing checks anymore, either. They are giving the early anticipation loans now on a debit card. My advice for you is to go to a local private tax preparer who will probably do the return for under $100. They can e-file the tax return and you won't have to pay the outrageous fees. So if you did have H&R Block do an advance in December you'll have to have them finish the other part of the return for 2007. If you didn't then you won't have to return there." Another testimonial. Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived. Certainly applies to H&ripoff: "Beware of the H&R Block Emerald card..Tell your friends!? {sic. Means ! or !!} I got my 2007 taxes on the H&R Block pre paid {sic} emerald card. I was buying my wife a car and had the guy run the card. The card machine didn't say or print anything. We didn't know what to do, the guy said 'for some reason this card isn't working'. We paid with a different card. When I got home and checked my account, the money had been deducted from the card and put on hold for an 8 week length to be paid to the dealership. We essentially have paid for the car twice! The dealership has done everything they can to get the money released. My wife has went {sic}into the h&r block office and made dozens of calls to the 1 800 number. Most calls you get hung up on. All I want is for them to release my money back to me so that I can pay off the other card. I am being charged interest on the amount. I am thinking about taking them to small claims court and exposing them to the media! Warn every one you know....this card is a hoax!"
The refund mailed after April 15TH will probably be given to you by check. However, when you get your taxes filed at HR it will be loaded on you card.
That's a good question , because I gotten the Load debt card myself ...........I assume I'll get a check ....... Next year I'm not going to do that .......I'll have someone else do it or i'll just ask for a paper check ......... I don't like that debt card .......not the way they do things .... This will be my first and last time for debt card from H&R .
The IRS would have no way to add your rebate check to the debit card. You will get it in the form of a check.
Sounds like a check in your case. See http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,i... PS - He is 'offering' it - if you don't want it, you can decline by making a voluntary contribution to reduce the national debt. Look closely at your 1040 instructions, it's in there.
It will be mailed to you as a check.
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We are broke for the holiday season and went to H&R Block today to get a tax anticipation loan and we were denied. I am unemployed now thanks to lay offs and according to H&R block I am expected to get $5674 back from taxes but need some cash now. Does anyone know of a place or website or company that is offering tax loans?
Jackson Hewitt started a similar program today, but in the 4 hours I waited, only 3 people were approved. Good luck!
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I have been studying a lot about real estate investing. Because I come in contact with a lot of people, I have discovered a property which I think could quickly become my first rental. The home is about 50 miles from Jackson, MS and is 6,000 sq./ft. and it has been divided into five units that already have tenants. The total amount of the rents come to $3,300/mo. The bridge lender has it for sale for $87,000. I know that tax records indicate that the property was assessed at $133,000. I am aware that tax records are not a true indication of value. What else should I be on the lookout for in a situation like this. Is there a way to get this property financed with no money down through a local bank since it seems to have equity and I have very good credit? What other things should I be aware of before deciding on this deal?
That type of investment requires a commercial loan and you must have 25% in cash as a down payment. There are NO loans without a down payment thus you have been studying the wrong books
It is almost impossible to get a commercial property with no money down unless it is a special deal with owner financing. Have an appraisal done. There may be a good reason the current sale price is lower than assessed value. You don't want to end up with costly repairs you didn't expect. It won't cost a lot.
As my own rule of thumb, I figure only about 50% of gross rentals are available for net income before mortgage payments. There are real estate taxes, insurance, sizeable maintenance costs and vacancy factors, and possible legal costs if you have non-paying tenants. Being a landlord is not for everyone, but it is a way to get rich slowly.
You want it for no money down? no skin in the game? doubt thats gonna happen anytime soon... where are his records or rental history on it? his tax returns showing income from it? what does it appraise for/bank wants that info too... renters are there for how long so far? insurance value on building? repair records to it? condition of it overall? type the address of it in zillow.com....see what it says about it or $ in the area around it.... termite bond on it? any liens against it... the list goes on
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I work in a tax office and I thought I would clarify the direct deposit issue concerning H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt, etc. If you had your fees from the tax place taken out of your refund, you will receive a paper check, even if the money you received from the remainder of your refund went into your bank account or onto a prepaid debit card offered by the tax office. This is why: when the IRS deposited your refund, they deposited into an account at a third-party bank where your fees for having your taxes done and also the fees due to the bank for that service are first deducted, then the rest is disbursed to you either by direct deposit, or by check picked up at the tax office. The only direct deposit info the IRS has on your return is for the third-party bank, not your personal account. This is why you will get a paper check. The only exception to this is if you had your refund deposited onto a prepaid debit card offered by the tax place, but paid your fees upfront and DID NOT have them taken out of your refund. In that case the rebate will go on your card.
I had the same question, and called H & R, this morning. If you filed with them and had it deposited in your savings or checking, it will go there. If you filed with them and used a bank product, then you will receive a paper check.
Thats a very good question - ive been wondering the same thing. i didnt get a letter in the mail saying i would be getting one, like other people i know did. i did some research and couldnt find the answer either. let me make a phone call to h & r block and i will let you know what they say. in the meantime if you find out let me know. thanks
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NO. The clients WANT the bank products and cash advances. Generally there is no requirement to sell X # of anything. Sometimes you may get a small cash bonus for selling some products.
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H&R Block is the better of the two. We get a far more extensive training and we have to continue taking courses and tax updates in order to qualify to work for H&R Block. Up to a couple of yrs ago Jackson Hewitt send their tax preparers to the H&R Block training courses, that right there tells you that even our competition has a high confidence in our training. I dont know how much Jackson Hewitt charges you for a simple tax return. The prices for H&R Block start at $77 (for federal and state return). H&R Block charges you by forms and certain entries. Also , when you go to H&R Block, you can always stand up and walk out if you dont like the price they charge you. Jackson Hewitt makes you pay, if they filed you tax return and you dont like the price.
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Jackson Hewitt has very extensive training for their preparers and requires them to take a test to become certified tax preparers. Their customer service is good and they work to resolve problems. Fees range from about $90 to $500, depending on complexity of return, # of forms filed, # of W-2s, etc. Fees to the bank are extra if you're after a refund anticipation loan, and these have very high interest rates. Both J-H and H & R use Santa Barbara Bank. If it's a very simple form, do it yourself, on paper or at irs.gov, free efile.
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I am wondering the same thing and only ONE person actually answered what you wanteD! LOLOLOL. I did a personal tax calculator on the H&R block site...i dont know what they charge, and jackson hewitt doesn't have a tax calculator...but I hope my return is a fatty this year!!!!!
Simple return do it yourself!!! Otherwise it will cost a good $100, for them to do your state and federal, and extra if you want your money FAST. You lived without the money all year whats a few more weeks, and the FAST money its alot cheaper to use a credit card for a cash advance then just make sure when your return comes to Pay off the Card. Cash advance a few % interest average Fast money loan: well over 1000% interest rate!!!!!!! I Worked for one of those two. If your return is super easy: you obviously have a computer you might be able to get FREE if your income is low enough visit IRS look for the companies Partnering with them to provide free software.
Neither; if you can use a computer (obviously you can) then go to IRS.GOV and use their free filing setup. If you have only a W-2 then it should be a snap for you. Or contact the IRS for your nearest VITA office for a free file.
If your return is super-simple (just a w2) you can do it for free: http://www.irs.gov/efile/article/0,,id=1...
I think that's correct
Thanks! extremely informative and this offers me better insight on this topic
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That true, Jackson Hewitt is not doing RALs in most of the country, however, it was not the IRS who put a stop to rapid refunds. Liberty Tax Service is able to file a tax return and apply for a RAL for you through Republic Bank of Kentucky and get the taxpayer a check in 1-2 days. I went to Liberty Tax and applied for a RAL and they gave me $50 bucks Cash on the spot. Jackson Hewitt was unable to get RAL's for over 50% of their offices nationwide so most clients will have to wait upwards of 2 weeks for their refund. Google Jackson Hewitt and SBBT for more information.
Can no longer say for Jackson Hewitt. (i've got heard that they have got had financing issues this tax season, yet i do no longer comprehend for absolute useful.) H&R Block can try this in case you do no longer desire to (or can no longer) pay your tax practise costs up front. that's a banking product, so it provides slightly greater to the finished value, whether that's an decision, as long as you're getting a federal refund.
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JH lied to her. JH uses Santa Barbara Bank and Trust (SBBT). SBBT was ordered by the government to stop doing RALs because of their poor financial shape. Other preparers are still offering them.
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Jackson Hewitt is unable to offer any kind of loan without a W2 this year. H&R Block is the only national tax preperation firm offering 'pre-season' money, in the form of a line of credit. Both companies used HSBC for their 'holiday loans'. HSBC has chosen not to participate in that kind of lending any longer, so Jackson Hewitt was unable to offer it as well. H&R Block has their own bank, however, and was able to offer a line of credit to their clients. For more information, call your nearest H&R Block office, or call 1-800-HRBLOCK.
No, you cannot get a holiday loan from Jackson Hewitt. Those loans have been discontinued.
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You should probably also try H&R Block. They are really good with their customers and they tell you what you need to know about these holiday loans.
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Which one of these Basic Tax Preparation courses is better? Information wise. Also what is the price for these courses? Are they expensive? I dont want a job working as a tax preparer. I just want to learn how to do my own taxes. I think I missed all the courses since its tax season right now, but I would like to do it during the summer or fall. Anyone that has taken the course help me out? Thanks!
Im not much of a self taught learner here. I understand a book is much cheaper. But I rather take a course. I hear they arent that expensive (well Im reading this through yahoo answers but cant get a definite price) I really dont mind paying if the course is worth it. Also you can maybe get a job offer as well after taking the class (but thats not really my intent now, maybe in the future though!)
I personally believe that the H&R Block materials is the best curriculum in the industry. Of course, a lot depends on the instructor. I've taught the Block curriculum and I've have a chance to review the Jackson-Hewitt curriculum and I find the Block material to be more thorough. Contact (in-class) courses start in the fall, usually September. They run for 11 weeks and are 3 hours twice a week for a total of 66 hours. The first meeting is usually the weekend after labor day, and they like to finish before Thanksgiving. Classes often meet Monday and Thursday in the evening, but you can also find classes on other nights of the week and during the day. The price also varies according to which state you are in. Different states have different regulations governing trade schools. In some states, a tax school is considered a trade school so they have to follow the same laws or use different marketing practices. In many states, for example, a tax school cannot charge tuition unless they are approved as a trade school. In those states, you will find "free" tax classes. They only charge a book and materials fee. Of course, that fee is anywhere between $90 and $300, which coincidentally is the amount of tuition that these schools charge in other states. The bottom line is that no matter whether the school offers free tuition or not, you are going to pay the same price. They either call it materials or tuition. There is also flexibility for the franchise owner and store manager to charge what they want within a given price range. When I was at Block, the course was $149 and included an 800+ page book and workbook. Some schools - especially online schools - charge as low as $49, but you have to be careful, because the consistency varies greatly. My school charges $349 for basically the same course you would find at Block. I understand you want to take an in-person class, but there are a few good online schools where you can get started right away. Online courses aren't for everyone, though. Another thing you should know about Block. If you want to go to work for them, they can be pretty picky about where you went to school. If you didn't attend their course, they may not hire you or require that you repeat their course. It depends on the individual franchise owner. Also, if you intend to work for yourself or a competitor, they will not allow you to take their course. They consider you competition. If you enroll with the intent to work for someone else and they find out about it, they can remove you from class without refunding your tuition. It's OK if you want to work for them, but be aware that as the market leader in tax school and tax preparation, they get to set their own rules and they don't care what other companies do. Other companies like Jackson-Hewitt or Liberty may be more lenient. The bottom line to your question, though, is that I think H&R Block is the best course (besides the one I offer to online students, of course). You can probably enroll in the 66-hour course for less than $200. The class starts in early September, so you need to start making arrangements during this coming summer. Good luck!
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You can get publication 17 from IRS, by calling 1 800 829 3676, this will help you understand the system you can take courses in your local community college when they are offered and will probably only cost you the college course fee you can take a course on line at www.cstcsociety.org which I believe is $299 and is available all year I believe the Jackson Hewitt charges you for the manual, I believe the H/R course is near $300
For the most part they focus on using the company software for preparing tax returns. As such they are more or less equal. I have not taken either course but have skimmed the study materials. For the most part they appear to be similar -- as much a customized presentation of parts of IRS Pub 17 as anything else. That's not a bad thing as IRS Pub 17 is an excellent general tax reference guide.
Have you tried visiting your library or bookstore. There are some very, very good books on this. I think I even saw one that had a CD in it - a step by step online guide. These courses can cost $500. A book can cost between $20 and $50. Also that software you can buy such as TurboTax is pretty descent...
I do believe you have missed out on the courses, but Liberty Tax has a course that starts today and runs for 5 nights. I'm teaching one in my town. _
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I e-filed on jan. 28th. i chose to wait the 8-15 days to receive my check. the guy said today or tomorrow i should get it?? i am just wondering, did anyone choose the same option and how long did it take?? i checked the irs website and it said i should have it by the 16th but when i asked jackson hewitt about that they said they always give a round about answer and that i should still have it by today or tomorrow. i have been waiting patiently but now i just want it!! LOL
I went with Jackson Hewitt and got nothing but clever run around answers, The WMR said today that it was direct deposited on 2/12, that was yesterday, well nothing went into my account as of today, So i called jackson Hewitt and whoever answered the phone told me that it will be sent on the following friday, I then asked them if they wanted my name or anything to check and he was like yeah give it to me, so i gave it to him and he said All i see is that its waiting dispersant, so i asked him how long that takes and he was like 8 to 14 days, i then told him he is wrong because the IRS already told me it was sent, so i know that i was just given generic answers to get off the phone, Its crazy because calling those people is like asking my son. so anyways i am still waiting for my return
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Is your credit history good? you may have to try to get a loan. or sell something of yours.....:( you can go to a debt counsultant it'll be hard but you can do it! goodluck
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I worked exactly half of the year with no taxes taken out and half with them taken out. My previous job mentioned filing a 1099? Basically I am wanting to know how am I supposed to file this and if anyone knows a website with a calculator I could use to see if I am going to owe anything or not. I do not own a house or have any kids so I assume it will be some sort of EZ file, although I am clueless on the matter.
Try Jackson Hewitt .com they have a calculator.. most likely you would owe..no kids and they didn't take out no tax that weird... check it out good luck
1099 is the wage statement you will receive from your job for the year. 1040EZ will be the form you will need to file with the IRS. You should be able to complete this form for free on the IRS website. www.irs.gov
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