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Quicktime Taxes

Income Tax Preparation Service

Our team of professionals make customer service our priority so when you're looking for a tax preparation firm, Quicktime Taxes is the best possible choice. 

Quicktime provides income tax preparation and electronic filing.  Audit assistance and free review of income tax returns are also part of Quicktime's commitment to service. Additional fees may apply.

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Archive for April, 2015

Using the Web to File Taxes Online - TurboTax Tax Tips Video

http://turbotax.intuit.com Filling out your tax return by hand is rapidly becoming a thing of the past. These days, not only can you file your return with the Internal Revenue Service online,…

Bill tasks DOR with prepping for taxes on online commerce
BOSTON (STATE HOUSE) – Some Massachusetts lawmakers want state revenue officials to gear up to collect sales taxes on online purchases in case Congress passes a law that allows states to do so. Whether Congress will act remains up in the air, …
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Options are available to those who owe taxes
Available at IRS.gov/directpay, this free online tool allows individuals to securely pay their income tax directly and securely from checking or savings accounts without any fees or pre-registration. No need to write a check, buy a stamp or find a mailbox.
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Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) May 30, 2014

Consumer Education Services, Inc. (CESI), a non-profit service provider of comprehensive financial education and solutions, worked with AARP to offer free tax preparation assistance for the 2013 tax year. This is the third year that CESI has worked with AARP to provide the service.

CESI saw a significant increase in the number of Raleigh-area residents that took advantage of the service this year over last year. This year, CESI employees prepared tax returns for 257 clients, compared with 173 the previous year. The average age of the client was 59, but more than half of clients were over age 60. CESI has a strong history of providing financial education and services to this demographic; the Assure Money Services program offers counseling, secure bill payment, and other financial assistance for older adults, persons with disabilities and their caregivers.

Five CESI employees donated 707 hours of labor in training and preparing the tax returns. This equals roughly $ 10,000 worth of labor that CESI was proud to provide as a way to give back to the community; especially to local seniors.

Because tax laws are complex and frequently changing, many seniors have relied on the help of CESI’s volunteers to help them determine whether or not they even need to file a return, find the correct forms to fill out, find deductions, and to help them better understand their taxes for the next tax year. “I have volunteered for two years now and have seen some of the same clientele returning from previous years,” said Edie Peterson-Cano, a CESI counselor and tax prep volunteer. “I’ve found that seniors are very appreciative of the services we provide. Since a lot of them live on their retirement money or Social Security, a big question they have is whether or not they even need to file taxes, and if so, what type of tax needs to be paid.”

The average refunds clients received were $ 1,352 from the federal government and $ 328 from the state government. CESI employees were trained to help clients maximize their deductions to receive the highest refunds possible. The free tax preparation is another of the many services offered to realize CESI’s goal of enhanced economic security for all.

“What our employees have done demonstrates CESI’s mission in giving back to our local communities and special needs groups, particularly moderate and low-income seniors,” said Dr. Diane Chen, CEO of CESI. “We have enjoyed providing this service to give back to our community for the last three years.”

CESI is a non-profit organization that helps consumers achieve financial freedom by offering a complete life cycle of services: debt management, student loan counseling, housing counseling, credit counseling, services for employees, caregivers, and other groups, and financial education and benefits counseling. For more information, please visit http://www.CESISolutions.org or call 1-855-716-2451.







EU Crackdown on Tax-Avoidance Spells Trouble for Britain
It would involve all Europe's Member States disclosing the tax deals made with corporations by their tax authorities. Aside from incremental moves towards further European integration, it speaks of incredible hypocrisy in light of the 'Luxleaks …
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Moment of truth: does Rio pay less Singapore tax than BHP?
Australia's biggest companies face their moment of truth on Wednesday morning as the Senate committee inquiring into corporate tax avoidance asks the Tax Commissioner, Chris Jordan, to verify the evidence that they gave. Mr Jordan clashed with the head …
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Sydney Airport refuses Labor billboard attacking corporate tax dodgers
Sydney Airport is refusing to display a billboard that denounces tax evasion by multinational companies. The airport, which was last year forced to pay a $ 69 million settlement to the Australian Tax Office to end an audit of suspect tax deductions …
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Tax Refund Fraud: How is it happening?

Tax Refund Fraud: How is it happening?

Experts discuss how criminals are conducting tax refund fraud. It also discusses how to prevent this type of fraud.

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