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kktl32 470 January 20, 2013 at 12:13 PM in Finance (5)
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Last Edited by kktl32 January 20, 2013 at 07:52 PM
Filing your own taxes is easy.

To be eligible for free federal and state income tax filing with the Beehive, you need:
Earned income of less than $57,000 in 2012
A valid email address
A valid Social Security Number (or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number)

http://www.hrblock.com/cmpgn/goto..._0002&SID=

it's through H&R Block

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#46
Can I file city taxes for free too?
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#47
There are many of volunteers that does taxes for the IRS. Just look up the VITA sites around your area. Those volunteers knows all the new tax laws and credits. If you dont want to do it yourself there are free professional help out there.. I was a volunteer for a couple years but i am getting my CPA degree so I have to stop doing it because school is getting HARDER..
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Quote from bardjai View Post :
True slickdealers do not file taxes.
Although I liked both candidates, this seems like the perfect time for a Romney joke...
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#49
I can't even think of any friends that make less than $60k off the top of my head other than myself (and I have no income Sadwalk).
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#50
I'm shocked at how ignorant some people are. Not everyone makes more than 57K, and if you make less, you're not necessarily working at Walmart. My wife and I make a combined income of less than 57k, don't make car payments, and don't have student loans, and have a comfortable home to live in.
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#51
This may be a dumb question but its "earned income" considered gross income or net income?
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#52
Awesome find! Gonna pass this on to my ex.
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Quote from agentkhiem View Post :
I'm shocked at how ignorant some people are. Not everyone makes more than 57K, and if you make less, you're not necessarily working at Walmart. My wife and I make a combined income of less than 57k, don't make car payments, and don't have student loans, and have a comfortable home to live in.
Apparently no one is allowed to be in school or have a disability on this forum, or come from a family that didn't have much. The people on here looking down on people that don't make 57k are the same people that tip 10%.
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Quote from rocker1_ View Post :
isn't 57k a year minimum wage these days? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) laugh out loud That seems like a burger king or walmart salary.
You need to learn how to do basic math.

$8 (minimum wage in CA) * 40 hour = $320 * 4 week = $1,280 * 12 mon = $15,360/year/person. $15,360 * 2 person = $30,720 (gross pay).

Plus, do you think Burger King / Walmart let most of their employees work 40 hour?
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Quote from SAN_MARINO View Post :

Plus, do you think Burger King / Walmart let most of their employees work 40 hour?
Not since obamacare.
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#56
Am I missing something here? or do people not know this is an IRS thing, not an H&R Block thing?

http://www.irs.gov/uac/Free-File%...s-for-Free
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Quote from versai phat View Post :
There are many of volunteers that does taxes for the IRS. Just look up the VITA sites around your area. Those volunteers knows all the new tax laws and credits. If you dont want to do it yourself there are free professional help out there.. I was a volunteer for a couple years but i am getting my CPA degree so I have to stop doing it because school is getting HARDER..
Agreed with you. People needs to make less than 35K/year to qualify... I think.

Here is the link to VITA and will add it to WIKI.

http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Fi...e-Tax-Prep
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#58
Anyone who makes less than 57k can't afford a computer to see this deal. TD very irresponsible post op
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#59
I don't get why people comment about anothers income. If every person earned the same income, we would be living in a socialist state. If the deal doesn't apply to you, its better to not comment than to waste your time posting irrelevant info. Now if you have useful information to add pertaining to the deal go ahead, but so far 90% of the posts do not add or provide additional info on the deal.

Now I just went through the link and it seems pretty good. First time filing though, so I cant compare to anything else. And pretty much everything are 0s for me so I cant comment on how informative the itemized deductions are. I have to file to reap the benefits next year by saving over $2500 in student loan payments per month that will be forgiven courtesy of other US taxpayers.

Quote from gammann View Post :
Am I missing something here? or do people not know this is an IRS thing, not an H&R Block thing?

http://www.irs.gov/uac/Free-File%...s-for-Free
Now this is something useful. I wish I went through this link.
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Now this is something useful. I wish I went through this link.
This one might be a little better:

http://www.freefile.irs.gov/
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