Some users of TurboTax Deluxe software were recently offered an apology, along with a $25 refund. This action comes as as a result of a software mistake made by Intuit on their 2013 edition of TurboTax Deluxe.
Intuit freely admits their mistake and has taken these actions in order to make right with their customers and help gain their reputation back. However, some customers are not happy due to the fact that the TurboTax Deluxe 2014 edition sold for the same price as the 2013 edition, even though the newer edition will no longer be able to help customers who need to electronically file a Schedule C, D, E, or F. This means any tax filer who had capital gains or losses, had rental income, receive partnership royalties and distributions, had farm income, or needs to file a profit and loss statement will need to upgrade from the Deluxe … Read 2015 Tax
TaxAct 2014 is one of the leading software’s for preparing and filling tax returns and it has just released the 2014 software for 1040, 1065, 1120s, 1120 and 1041 tax returns. So starting from January small business owners are able to complete their federal and state returns and e-file them after the program has been updated with the final IRS forms and any charges that are updated at the last minute. The software is also updated with the latest federal law tax changes to enable even small business owners to view their 2014 taxes, identify how they can save and advise on 2015 budgeting.
The program asks simple questions about your income, losses, expenses, deductions, and credits and uses this information to calculate, check for errors and completes the tax forms.This will help everyone including self employed individuals to minimize tax liability before the years ends.
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Nearly 50% of Americans are not Aware of the Health Insurance Status Filing Requirement in Their 2014 Tax Returns
A recent survey has shown that 48% of American taxpayers do not know that they are required to report their health insurance status when filing their returns for the previous year. As the tax filing season commences in the next couple of weeks, the Intuit TurboTax Health Survey, which involved 2,000 U.S. adults, showed that most Americans do not see the correlation between their taxes and health care.
2015 will be the first year under ObamaCare that taxpayers will be required to prove that they have a valid health insurance or pay a tax penalty. A commendable 62% of American taxpayers know that those who do not have a valid health insurance policy will be penalised, a whooping 87% do not know that the deadline for avoiding … Read 2015 Tax