Did you know that obtaining copies of past income taxes can save you up to 25% on things like mortgages, small business loans, and credit cards? It’s true! Rates are set by these companies based off a complicated algorithm which looks at a variety of factors, including past income. And what’s one of the best ways to prove past income? Why, those old tax returns!
It’s true! And here are other ways copies of past income taxes can help you out:
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Here’s a fun tax fact: most late filers are actually owed a refund by the federal government. That’s right, by neglecting to file past tax returns, people are actively losing money that belongs to them. And even for those getting into tax debt, the longer they delay filing, the bigger their fines become–making that much harder to pay down! Fortunately, filing past tax returns online is easier than ever. A few simple steps and you’re out of tax debt for good!
So for those who keep putting off their past tax returns, here’s all you need to do: Continue reading “Filing Past Tax Returns Online: Don’t Dig Your Debt Deeper By Delaying!”
As important as April 15th is, it’s equally important to remember that if you miss the deadline, it’s still possible to file past year tax returns. In fact, doing so can often being extremely beneficial. Here are a few reasons why filing those old returns is so important: Continue reading “5 Reasons to File Past Tax Returns–Today!”
This may not be a year when everyone is looking for ways to deal with high tax payments, but it’s definitely a time when saving money is on everyone’s mind. Your tax money can end up paying other bills, or even earning interest in a bank account. Here’s what you can do to make sure your income tax for the past year isn’t too high.
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So you’ve decided to file your tax forms for last year, or past years, and you find yourself with a refund (people who file tax information past the deadline are more likely to get a refund) — what now? There are plenty of options; here are a few ways to spend your tax refund you might not have considered:
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Every year, millions Americans literally throw out hundreds–potentially thousands–of dollars. This is because every year during spring cleaning, people toss out their past tax records. These records can be worth their weight in gold.
Savvy negotiators have used their past tax records to save 5%, 10%, even 25% on everything from mortgages to business loans to buying a new car. And you can to. Here’s how, in 3 easy steps: Continue reading “Why Past Tax Records Important–And How They Can Save You Money!”
If you need to obtain your past tax returns, you might be worried about how long it will take. After all, the IRS moves notoriously slowly (unless you happen to owe them money). But you might be surprised to find out that they can give you information on your past year tax returns—and faster than you’d expect!
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You might not have heard about this, but apparently there’s a recession on.
Okay, so you probably heard about that one. You might have seen some bankruptcies in the news, maybe overheard a little chatter about some modest increases in unemployment…
Or maybe you’ve heard more than that. You’ve heard that the sky is falling, the world is ending, and we’re all going to be broke. Well, chicken little had her day in the son, but most folks know that doomsday is always a long way off. Which is why, despite all the talk of recession, it’s a better time than ever to file past income tax—and that might just be a way to get more money (which, you might have heard, is a nice thing to have during a recession). Continue reading “File Past Income Tax Online? What’s the Fuss About?”
Are you ready to cut through red tape—and slash the amount you pay in interest by 5%, 10%, even 25%? It’s entirely possible, thanks to a little-known trick: you can use copies of past income taxes to prove your income, and you can use that proof of income to put the squeeze on lenders who want to squeeze every last dime out of you.
How? Continue reading “Copies Of Past Income Taxes: How Many Ways Can They Cut Your Bills?”
There are a few financial documents everyone should have in their home. A copy of their lease (or mortgage). A pay stub. Credit card bills. Investment documents. And the last few years of past tax returns. In fact, with that last item, you don’t even need some of the first ones. That’s because your old tax returns are among the most valuable financial documents you have. They can even save you up to 20% on loans!
Why is that? What makes a past tax return so important?
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