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Free Tax Preparation: Ten Tips from the IRS

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2016 Tax Tips Each year, millions of people have their taxes prepared for free by IRS volunteers. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs have helped people for more than 40 years. Here are 10 tips from the IRS about VITA and TCE: Trained and Certified. The IRS works with local community groups to train and certify VITA and TCE volunteers. VITA Program. For the most part, VITA offers free tax return preparation to people who earn $54,000 or less. TCE Program. TCE is mainly for people age 60 or older. The program focuses on tax issues unique to seniors. AARP participates in the TCE program through AARP Tax-Aide. Free E-file. VITA and TCE provide free electronic filing. E-filing is the safest, most accurate way to file your tax return. If you combine e-file with direct deposit, you can get your refund faster. Tax Benefits. Using VITA and TCE can help you get the tax benefits for which you are eligible. For example, you may qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Credit for the Elderly. You can also get help with the tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Bilingual Help. There are …

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Averaging Full-time and Full-time Equivalent Employees and Why it Matters

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For purposes of the Affordable Care Act, employers average their number of employees across the months in the year to see whether they will be an applicable large employer. This is important to do because two provisions of the health care law apply only to ALEs and are now in effect. These are the employer shared responsibility provision and the employer information reporting provision for offers of minimum essential coverage. In addition, self-insured ALEs – that is, employers who sponsor self-insured group health plans – have additional provider information reporting requirements.

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Ten Great Ways to Use IRS.GOV


2016 Tax Tips No matter when you need tax help or information, start by visiting IRS.gov. A variety of tools and services are only a click away.  Here are ten great ways to use IRS.gov: Get Answers to Your Tax Questions. The Interactive Tax Assistant covers many common tax topics. Type in your question or search terms, and it can lead you step-by-step to the answer. Or, try the IRS Tax Map. It gives you a list of tax law subjects to review. It combines tax topics, forms, instructions and publications into one research tool. Get Forms and Publications. View, download and print federal tax forms and publications anytime. Approximately 100 IRS publications will be available for download in ePub format this year. Use IRS Free File. If you need to file your tax return, you can file a federal tax return for free using IRS Free File. If you earned $62,000 or less, you can prepare and e-file your taxes using free brand-name tax software. If you e-file your tax return, you don’t need to prepare or mail any paper forms to the IRS. Get Information on the Affordable Care Act. Find out how to:  Report health care coverage, …

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2016 Tax Transcript Cycle Code Chart and Resources

Tax Refund Transcript Cycle Code Chart and Resources Updated Daily! Again this year, the IRS Tax Refund Site, Where is my Refund, is often overloaded.  When you efile, your tax return is usually accepted within 24 hours of filing by the IRS.  Then your seemingly endless wait begins for the orange bar to move to approved.  We are receiving reports daily from this years filers that their bars disappear completely a day or two before their tax return is approved and assigned a DDD or Mailed Check date. If your Where is My Refund or IRS2Go Accepted and Approved Bars Have Disappeared PLEASE READ! One way to determine if your refund is about to be approved is to go to the IRS website and request a tax transcript.  Last year users were able to instantly view their transcripts if one was available, but due to an incident with identity theft, you can only ORDER your Tax Transcript Online this year.  You can also call and request a transcript at 800-829-1040, however, ordering your transcript online is easier.  Remember, It is a good sign if you are able to order it!  The next step is translating the internal codes used by …

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Census Bureau is Hiring

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US Census Bureau Now Accepting Applications The U.S. Census Bureau is now accepting applications and testing for nearly 700 enumerators and local supervisors through March for the 2016 Census Test in portions of Harris County, Texas. Temporary full-time and part-time positions are available starting in April, with pay ranging from $22.25 to $25.25 per hour. For more information, please call the toll-free number 1-800-361-6891. The 2016 Census Test will allow the Census Bureau to study a variety of new methods and advanced technologies that are under consideration for the 2020 Census. The U.S. Census Bureau is researching modern and cost-efficient methods for the population to exercise its civic obligation to be counted in the 2020 Census.  Whether through the Internet, telephone, traditional paper questionnaires, or in-person visits, the Census Bureau is committed to making the mandatory once-a-decade headcount quick, easy, and safe for all to participate. Applicants can apply for any position; however, priority will be given to applicants who live in the following ZIP codes: 77005, 77007, 77008, 77018, 77019, 77024, 77025, 77027, 77030, 77031, 77035, 77036, 77040, 77041, 77042, 77043, 77046, 77055, 77056, 77057, 77063, 77064, 77065, 77071, 77072, 77074, 77077, 77079, 77080, 77081, 77082, 77083, 77084, 77086, …

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Hawaii and California Top States Where People Are Likely to Live Paycheck to Paycheck

New study finds that residents in some states with the highest income levels actually have the lowest portion of their paychecks left over after bills and regular expenses. Hawaii is the state where Americans are most likely to live paycheck to paycheck, whereas residents of Minnesota are least likely, according to a new ranking released today by leading personal finance website GOBankingRates.com.

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Bath Fitter is Hiring

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Bath Fitter is Hiring Nationwide! Bath Fitter is currently hiring team players nationwide that are looking for an exciting challenge and interested in contributing to the ongoing success of a growing company.  A variety of administrative, manufacturing  and retail sales positions are available for immediate hire including the positions listed below: Installer Sales Consultant Event Manager Home Show Worker Commercial Sales Consultant Training Specialist Shop Hand Insides Sales Representative Team lead Production-Thermoform Branch Manager Team Member Materials Technician Electro-Mechanical Carpenter Installer Team member Driver Plumber Carpenter About Bath Fitter Bath Fitter started back in 1984 with a new bathroom remodeling concept: installing a custom-molded bathtub right over an existing worn or damaged bathtub. By 1992 the company had expanded to include a network of franchises and company-owned locations across the U.S. and Canada. The company is so successful that it numbers over 200 franchised locations and two manufacturing facilities with over 900 employees in Canada and the United States.   Are you a Job Seeker? View and Apply for Bath Fitter Jobs and Open Internships by Creating Your FREE Tavorro.com Career Profile Today!   Connect With Us! icon-facebook icon-twitter icon-pinterest icon-instagram

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Why Taking Initiative at Work is Key to Your Success

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The Definition of Initiative The practice of stepping out and proactively taking action. What is Initiative? Initiative is the practice of looking for ways that you can contribute to your team, department or organization and taking action. It’s saying to your boss, “Would you mind if I helped out on this project if I did so in my spare time?” What boss would say no? 

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